Blog Posts Categorized: Oral Health



June 16th, 2017
For Father’s Day, Advice to Help Men Keep Their Smiles Healthy

Many of us have men in our lives who are important to us – fathers, sons, brothers, uncles, friends – which is why we should remind them how essential it is to take good care of their grins. Certain lifestyle choices and habits may put men at a disadvantage when it comes to oral health…. Read more »

June 15th, 2017
Maintaining your kids’ oral health routine during the summer

School is just getting out, and kids are back at home, adjusting to a new, class-free schedule. Routine changes can be difficult, even disruptive for children – help them keep their oral health routines in order with these three easy tips:     Bedtimes – and waking times! – can get pretty flexible in the… Read more »

June 14th, 2017
Make the Most of Your Two-Minute Brushing Session

  Two minutes is a long time to stare at yourself in the mirror, but that’s probably what you do while brushing your teeth. Make the most of those 120 seconds—the amount of brushing time recommended by the American Dental Association—by multitasking as you clean your teeth. Here are four of our favorite ways to… Read more »

May 31st, 2017
MLB Hits Smokeless Tobacco Out of the Park

Major League Baseball parks across the country have banned smokeless tobacco, a play that will help encourage fans and players to kick a habit that’s bad for oral and overall health. The biggest winners of the new rule may be our nation’s kids, who will no longer see and want to mimic their favorite baseball… Read more »

May 30th, 2017
Gift ideas to keep graduates smiling

Headed to a graduation party this season? The graduate probably doesn’t need another laundry basket or daily planner—but most college students could use a little help with their oral health. Incoming college freshmen have likely relied on their parents to make dental appointments in the past and may not be very proactive in making their… Read more »

May 22nd, 2017
‘Tis the season for Wisdom Tooth removal. Here’s some tips to help with recovery.

Removing wisdom teeth is an oral surgery, and just like any surgery, oral surgery can be serious, and requires time for your body to recuperate. In addition to instruction from your dentist/doctor, the few tips below can help you with a strong recovery.   Bleeding   Bleeding is common for the first few days after… Read more »