There are lots of things that are bad for your teeth but some are worse than others. Our blog post has more info to help you prepare for the onslaught of sugar that accompanies the holidays.
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Are cavities contagious? The answer is a little tricky. Cavities are the small holes left after decay causes damage to the teeth. They can’t be spread to other teeth, but the bacteria that lead to cavities can be spread. Read our blog post for more details!
Are you concerned about how your diet affects your oral health? If you eat a lot of processed foods you may want to reconsider your food choices. Read our blog post where we explain why processed foods are worse for your teeth than unprocessed.
Chances are you’ve found yourself in this situation: Sitting at the dentist’s office, having just been asked if you floss regularly and trying to figure out how to worm your way out of really answering. Read our blog post for tips on flossing correctly. It doesn't take much time!
Read our blog post to learn what fluoride is, why it's added to the community water supply, and how it helps strengthen your teeth. Are your teeth strong and cavity-free? Contact us to schedule your next dental checkup and cleaning!
Check out our blog post to discover 5 foods that can harm your teeth. If you want to learn about which foods promote healthy teeth, our friendly team is here to help. Contact us today!
Do you have a sweet tooth? Read our blog post to learn about xylitol, a sweetener commonly found in sugar-free chewing gum. We describe where this sugar substitute comes from and how it helps prevent cavities. Contact us for more dental health information! Nuestro dentista habla español.