Brush Your Teeth Twice Each Day

The American Dental Association notes that a consistent daily oral hygiene routine helps to reduce the development of cavities and periodontal health problems. This includes flossing your teeth at least once per day and making a conscious effort to thoroughly brush them each morning and night. When brushing it’s best to use a soft-bristled toothbrush with a fluoridated toothpaste that... read more »

Using a Brand of Whitening Toothpaste in Your Oral Hygiene Routine

Dark foods and drinks, regular tobacco use, or even the simple natural processes of aging can cause stains on the teeth in your smile. Selecting the best whitening products or procedures to improve your smile, will largely be determined by how deeply stained your teeth are as well as your personal whitening goals. You should always talk to Dr. L.C.... read more »

Going Back to School? Here’s Your Back-to-School Dental Checklist

Going back to school can be an overwhelming and exciting thing, and it is important to get your backpack and wardrobe ready as well as your smile! To help prepare your smile, we recommend completing this back-to-school dental checklist: 1. Schedule your professional dental cleanings. If you want to have a strong and successful oral health, it is important to... read more »

Flossing is Sometimes More Important than Brushing Your Teeth

For as long as most of us can remember, we have been told to brush our teeth twice everyday. However, the average person brushes their teeth once a day, and on good days they brush twice! But what about flossing each day? Did you know that flossing is actually considered more important than brushing? So, why do people forget such... read more »