How To Have A Winning Smile: Oral Health Maintenance Tips

Your smile can help you make a great first impression.  In fact, when meeting someone new, over 50 percent of people say they notice a person's smile first.  Likewise, 69% of people say a smile does more for a woman's appearance than when she wears makeup.  Here are a few tips on how to have a winning smile.   Whiten and Brighten White teeth help you look younger and also improve your confidence. [Read More]

How To Stay Calm At The Dentist

Being afraid of the dentist is an understandable and common thing, but it should never reach the point where you'd rather put up with mouth pain than make a dental appointment. This fear can come from never having been to a dentist before, having negative experiences in the past, or simply just the fact that going to to the dentist is uncomfortable. Regardless of your reason, a little shopping around, communication and relaxation techniques can help you fare better before and during your appointments. [Read More]

Healthy Gums: 4 Things To Avoid To Prevent Gum Disease

You listen to your dentist, and you take care of your teeth as instructed to prevent gum disease. But are you doing everything you can? The following are 4 things that should be avoided to prevent gum disease. 1. Stress As you may know, stress affects your immune system. This vital system protects and fights against many pathogens that try to harm your body, and it also fights any oral pathogens that get in your mouth. [Read More]

Balancing The Need For Healing And Nutrients After Dental Implant Surgery

Knowing the right foods to eat after a successful dental implant operation is not easy. On one hand, you are not supposed to eat hard foods that can damage your artificial tooth. On the other hand, you are supposed to maintain a healthy diet because your bone tissues need the nutrients to promote fast healing. Some of the foods that may slow down your implant healing process include: Chewy Foods [Read More]