Signs of Brushing Teeth Too Hard or Too Much

Yes, unfortunately, it is possible to have too much of a good thing. This, of course, is true when it comes to cake and cookies, but it’s also true when it comes to brushing your teeth! You may think that brushing more vigorously or more often will keep you safe from cavities. Sadly, the opposite…

Gum Contouring: Why You Should Consider It?

Your smile is the first thing people notice about you, which is why you’ve made it a priority to find a good dentist, address dental problems quickly, and you regularly visit your dentist for checkups. But if your smile needs a little extra help, you may be looking for more options to get the healthy,…

What is a Smile Makeover?

There have been many reality TV shows where people are nominated or volunteer to get a head-to-toe makeover. Sometimes this includes a makeover in manners, in the way they dress, or their hairstyle. These aren’t the only type of makeovers. There are also makeovers for your teeth! What is a smile makeover? Well it is…

Dental Implants: An Overview

Unless you’ve had dental implants, you may be a little unsure of what they are, how they are done, and what life is like after the procedure. This can be nerve-wracking, especially if you have a dental implant scheduled! Before getting too worked up, here is an overview of dental implants to put your mind…

How To Spot Gum Infection

Infections occur when a disease invades the tissue in our body. Infections usually cause pain, discomfort, and can lead to some pretty serious complications if they aren’t taken care of properly. The common cold is one example of an infection, and if you’ve ever scraped your knee you may have seen another type of infection.…

At Home vs. Professional Teeth Whitening

Everyone wants to feel confident when they smile for a picture or hear an amusing joke. There are several things that contribute to a happy, healthy smile. One of these elements are teeth free of stains or discoloration. They’re called pearly whites for a reason! White teeth don’t usually happen all on their own, especially…

Signs You Need To See Your Dentist ASAP

You should be taking time every six months to visit your dentist for a cleaning and checkup. But that doesn’t mean that you should only see your dentist twice a year. If between appointments you start noticing some red flags, it’s important to get into the office sooner rather than later. And if you’re like…