After Your Teeth Whitening Session: 3 Types Of Foods And Beverages To Avoid
19 July 2015
Whether you had your teeth whitened for your upcoming wedding in two weeks, Monday's job interview or Saturday night's fundraising gala for work, you want to do whatever you can to keep those teeth as white and as sparkly as possible until that event comes and goes. The last thing you want to do is eat or drink something that is going to negatively affect the work that you just had done.
Family Dental Care: 5 Tips To Help Prepare Your Child For An Extraction
25 June 2015
Visiting the dentist is scary for many people, especially children. If your family dentist has told you that your child needs an extraction, you are probably feeling overwhelmed and a little anxious. Tooth extractions are scary, but sometimes they are necessary to maintain good oral health. Telling your child that they need another trip to the dentist may not be easy, but you can make your child a little less fearful of the big day.
2 Cutting Edge Dental Technologies
9 June 2015
Dental technologies and techniques have been developing at a rapid pace in recent years. And while most people would agree that's a good thing, it also means that many still aren't aware of all of the treatment options now available. If you would like to increase your knowledge of modern dental services and trends, read on. This article will introduce you to two cutting edge techniques and technologies.
Dealing With A Dental Emergency While On Vacation
20 May 2015
Going on vacation gives you a chance to rest and relax, all while escaping the stress of your everyday life. Unfortunately, your body might not always get the memo that it's vacation time, and emergencies can arise.
If you find yourself in need of dental help while on vacation, here are two things you can do to minimize the stress associated with finding a dentist away from home.
1. Practice good oral hygiene if you lose a filling.