Is Carbonated Water Harmful to Tooth Enamel?

Are you trying to be healthier this year? Are you making changes to your daily habits? One habit that we strongly encourage for a healthier smile is drinking more water. Water is important to remaining well-hydrated and avoiding dry mouth which is harmful to teeth and gums. Some people find that plain water doesn't satisfy their cravings, so they are... read more »

Dental Health Care Focus: Bruxism

Are you aware of a disorder that can disturb your teeth when you are fast asleep? It is known as bruxism and most individuals who suffer from the disorder go years before ever realizing they even have it. Bruxism is triggered by teeth grinding and clenching unconsciously, often while you are fast asleep. The first step to treating bruxism is... read more »

You Can Have Stronger, Healthier Teeth from Increased Fluoride Exposure

The health of your teeth is directly related to the strength of your tooth enamel. Inconsistencies in your daily oral hygiene routine and the frequent consumption of acidic foods and beverages can weaken the mineral density of your tooth enamel. Of course, limiting acidic foods and beverages, including soft drinks, will go a long way toward preventing this from happening.... read more »