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Simple Steps to Avoid Acid Erosion

Everyone knows that coffee, tea, citrus, and acidic foods aren’t great for your smile. Over time, acid can break down the layer of enamel protecting your teeth. Every time you consume acidic food, the enamel softens and your teeth lose minerals. Your saliva will gradually build the minerals back up, ...

By |2021-07-21T06:11:02-07:00April 26, 2016|Dental Tips|

Healthy Dental Habits for Your Kids

Did you know that tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the human body? But just because our teeth are super stars, it doesn’t mean they can handle everything we throw at them without a little help. From the foods we eat (such as the sugar-packed sodas we Americans are ...

By |2021-07-21T06:19:54-07:00April 25, 2016|Dental Tips|

10 Terrible Habits for Your Teeth

Going to the dentist is a must for anyone who wants to keep his or her teeth clean, but relying on the dentist alone is not enough! We all know the ways to take care of our teeth, like brushing and flossing–but do you know which habits you need ...

By |2021-07-23T09:14:18-07:00April 5, 2016|Dental Tips|

5 Foods for Dental Health

Everyone knows that sugary foods aren’t the best for maintaining great dental hygiene. Some foods are better at helping your teeth stay strong and healthy. Here are 5 foods that will help keep your teeth healthy in between dental cleanings: Cheese and Yogurt Both yogurt and cheese are high in calcium ...

By |2021-07-21T06:36:58-07:00March 21, 2016|Oral Health|

Consequences of Missing Teeth

Millions of people have missing teeth. Over time, the effects of tooth loss can significantly impact your lifestyle. There are a few negative consequences of missing some, or all, of your teeth. First, missing teeth will affect the appearance of your face. This is more obvious with the greater number ...

By |2021-07-22T03:29:28-07:00March 2, 2016|Oral Health|
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