Archive for February, 2020

The Best Techniques for Keeping Your Tooth Enamel Strong

Monday, February 24th, 2020
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Follow these techniques to keep your tooth enamel strong.

The hard coating of your teeth is your enamel, and it works hard every day to protect your teeth from decay. Some wear and tear as we age is normal, but there is plenty you can do to keep your enamel strong and your teeth healthy. Once you lose your tooth enamel, it’s gone, and your teeth become extremely sensitive. If you take care to practice the following techniques, you can avoid losing your enamel and putting your teeth at risk.  (more…)

What You Can Do For Your Sensitive Teeth

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020
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If you have sensitive teeth, there are several actions you can take to address the problem.

If you avoid eating certain hot or cold food items, you likely have sensitive teeth. You should consult with your dentist right away to determine how you can treat your teeth sensitivity. To begin fixing your sensitive teeth, you must first determine the cause of the sensitivity. The following situations may be what is causing your teeth sensitivity; read on to determine which may be at fault and how you can work with your dentist to fix the problem.  (more…)

8 Tooth Brushing Mistakes and How to Fix Them

Wednesday, February 12th, 2020
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Avoid these common tooth brushing mistakes to ensure that your teeth are being properly cleaned.

Brushing your teeth may seem easy and effortless. However, if you make the same mistakes repeatedly, you may be damaging your teeth without realizing it. There are several tooth brushing mistakes people commonly make; read on to learn whether you are making those mistakes, and how you can fix them if you are.  (more…)

8 Signs It’s Time for a Dentist Appointment

Wednesday, February 5th, 2020
8 signs you should schedule a dentist appointment

If you are experiencing any of these issues, you should schedule a dentist appointment today.

You should be scheduling a regular checkup and cleaning with your dentist at least every six months. However, if you encounter tooth pain, sensitivity, or any other dental emergency, you should schedule a visit right away. If you are wondering whether the discomfort or ache in your teeth requires a dentist appointment, read below for several signs that indicate a dentist appointment is recommended.  (more…)