Be Picture-Perfect: 4 Steps To Whiter, Healthier Teeth

During the summer, people tend to take a lot of pictures. They also attend quite a few social gatherings. If you're one of those people with an active summer social life, you want your teeth to look their very best. That can be hard to do when they're discolored, or covered with stains. Luckily, you don't need to live with stained or discolored teeth. Here are four suggestions you can follow that will keep your teeth their absolute whitest, all summer long: Read More 

Tips For Alleviating Pediatric Dental Pain While Away From Home On Vacation

If your family is away from home on vacation and your toddler develops dental pain, then there are many things you can to to help them feel better while waiting for an appointment with their pediatric dentist. Since dental pain has a variety of different causes, you may need to try a few of these tips to get your child the maximum amount of pain relief: Tip: Brush and Floss Your Toddlers Teeth Very Well Read More 

Information About Childhood Gingivitis

If you have a son or daughter who goes to their regular six month dental visits, then you may be surprised when the dental professional indicates that your child has gingivitis. Gingivitis is something that can happen to children, even though it is more commonly an adult problem. If you want to know what your child might be experiencing the issue and also what you can do about it, keep reading. Read More 

3 Step Guide To Soaking Your Dentures In A Homemade Solution

If you have dentures and have run out of your soaking solution, you may wonder if there is a homemade alternative. If so, use the following three-step guide to soaking your dentures in a solution made with household ingredients. Step 1:  Prepare The Homemade Solution This first step involves preparing the homemade soaking solution. For this, you will need white distilled vinegar and baking soda. The vinegar is slightly acidic, making it effective at removing food particles and bacteria. Read More 

Acidic Foods And Your Teeth: Helpful Tips To Prevent Tooth Damage

Acidic foods can eat away at tooth enamel, which can in turn lead to damaged teeth. While you can avoid some junk foods completely, it may be harder to eat healthy while completely avoiding acidic foods. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take to enjoy the acidic foods you love while still caring for your teeth. Here are just a few things to keep in mind when adding acidic foods to your diet. Read More