Teeth Cleanings

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The Lowdown on Halitosis: What Causes Bad Breath

Bad breath and bad odors are incredibly embarrassing, especially if you’re the one dealing with the issue. While no one has minty breath all the time, chronic bad breath often indicates that you need more than some gum to freshen your breath. There are multiple causes of bad breath — or Halitosis. Nothing about this condition is attractive. Yet, most of us have experienced it at one point or another in life. If you’re one of the millions of people – …

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The Coffee Lover’s Guide to Dental Hygiene

Coffee is a great drink that can taste amazing and give you the energy to start your day (or keep it going). And many people drink coffee when they first wake up to help get them energized. Some people also have more coffee throughout the day to continue the energy and help them complete their day's tasks. While coffee can be great, it’s not great for your dental health. It contacts harmful contents that can stain your pearly whites and negatively …

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5 Tips for Preventing Gum Disease

A smile is one of the most unique features we have. But what happens when you skip a couple of days brushing your teeth because you are too tired? Or neglect to floss just because there is no food present? Do you find yourself eating too many sugary foods that could be damaging your gums? These are the questions you should be asking if you suspect any signs of gum disease. Healthy gums are vital for maintaining good oral hygiene and keeping all your …

Why Are Regular Teeth Cleanings Important?

Why Are Regular Teeth Cleanings Important?

The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends teeth cleanings once every six months, but why? If you are an inquisitive person, you have probably wondered what the benefits of regular dental visits really are. You will find that biannual oral check-ups are not only recommended but absolutely necessary if you want to avoid gum disease and tooth decay! Take a look. Sign-up for our Dental Savings Plan to save 50% annually on your six-month teeth …