Hitch a Ride on the Smile Parade with Healthy Foods to Eat

How confident are you in your oral health care? Do you feel you’re doing enough to keep your smile safe from the risks that may befall it? If not, it may be a good idea to look outside your oral hygiene routines and inspect other aspects of your life that you can approve. One important… Read more »

Keep Your Oral Health Care Shining with Dental Anxiety Therapy

  Dental anxiety can affect any person at any age. Even though it’s most commonly associated with children, even adults can become concerned from time to time about having their mouth worked on. This is because we’re often uncomfortable about individuals invading our personal space. However, oral health care is essential for your smile and… Read more »

Oral Health Advantages: Toothache Treatments

If you have ever struggled with toothaches before, you understand the pain that they can cause. However, many individuals may not be aware that the pain they are feeling is a toothache. This can be dangerous as toothaches can lead to pulp death and eventual tooth loss. Always look for signs and symptoms of a… Read more »

The Benefits of Flossing

Do you ever question why you need to floss your teeth at least once a day? If so, our dentists, Drs. Hulen and Hulen, would like to help you. Flossing is very important for your oral health and smile. There are many benefits to brushing, and he would be happy to share those benefits with… Read more »

Dental Advice on Dental Damage Prevention

  Some of the greatest oral health risks to your smile often include the activities that you are involved in. Even though microscopic damage is a constant source of tooth hazards, physical trauma due to unhealthy habits can arise in an instant. To protect your smile from oral accidents or injuries and the constant threat… Read more »

Improve Your Smile at the Dinner Table

You can prepare your smile for the holiday season by eating nutritious and healthy food. A proper diet can help you lower your risk of tooth decay and gum disease and fortify your tooth enamel. Here are important facts about healthy food you should consider: – It is essential to keep your teeth clean after… Read more »

How to Keep Gum Disease at Bay

Do you want a strong and healthy smile? If so, you need to prevent major dental issues, like gum disease. Gum disease is a dangerous problem that can attack your teeth and gums and alter the entire condition of your oral health. It’s best to keep this disease at bay so you can maintain the… Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Significantly Reduce Your Chances of Suffering a Cavity on a Back Tooth

The teeth in the back of your mouth are primarily tasked with chewing and grinding the foods you eat to reduce your chances of choking when you swallow. These molars and premolars often come equipped with fissures and pits on the biting surfaces. The occlusal textures make the teeth more efficient at breaking food down…. Read more »

What are Tongue Cleaners?

When you use your toothbrush, you clean your chompers and gums — but are you also cleaning off your tongue? While there are several picks for cleaning your tongue, one good option is to use a tongue cleaner. Tongue cleaners come in some options: Tongue scrapers – Tongue scrapers are apparatuses specifically designed to get… Read more »

What’s the Difference Between Complete and Partial Dentures?

False teeth come in lots of varieties depending on the patient’s number and alignment of missing chompers. Broadly speaking, false teeth come in one of two styles: complete or partial dentures. The most well-known false teeth are complete dentures, which replace all chompers and come in conventional and immediate kinds. Conventional complete dentures will replace… Read more »