How to avoid sensitive teeth

How to avoid sensitive teeth

Most of us will experience some form of tooth sensitivity at some point in our lives. Our teeth become sensitive when the enamel becomes damaged or worn. This exposes the underlying dentine, which contains small tubules that lead directly to the nerves in your teeth....
Preventative Care Appointments

Preventative Care Appointments

So, it’s been a while since you saw your dentist and you feel a little anxious about going. You ou feel a bit ashamed, and you don’t know what to expect. You’re wondering what will happen and whether your dentist will scold you over the condition of...
Telling someone that they have bad breath

Telling someone that they have bad breath

Having bad breath does not necessarily equate to inadequate oral hygiene. A lot of people who suffer from this dental problem may have an underlying medical issue that a dentist can treat. The good part is that your dental practitioner can prescribe some remedies to...
Raising a confident child includes their oral health

Raising a confident child includes their oral health

Raising a child to be strong and confident involves teaching them about health including their oral health. Parents sometimes have a hard time convincing children to take good care of their teeth. However, they don’t need to be convinced but rather taught. There...
Thinking about Water Flossing?

Thinking about Water Flossing?

The most crucial part of oral health isn’t what your dentist does—it’s what you do every day at home. All you need is a multi-tufted, soft bristle toothbrush, non-abrasive toothpaste, and a roll of dental floss—plus a little bit of effort from your hands and fingers....