Shed Some Light on Dental Erosion Prevention

  In order to keep your smile safe from all the risks of tooth hazards in our world, it is important to make sure that you are not only practicing effective tooth hazard prevention plans, but you're also eating healthy, and cleaning your teeth on a daily basis. One potential tooth hazard that can arise at any time is dental... read more »

Taking Care of Your Teeth When You Get Sick

Cold and flu season is upon us. You may take all of the necessary precautions and get your flu shot, but you may still pick up a virus or a cold. It’s understandable that when you get sick, you will probably want to stay in bed or on the couch with a good book or your favorite show. But while... read more »

Your Teeth and Enamel Erosion

Did you know that the strongest muscle in your body is actually your tongue? Have you also heard that your mouth also contains the strongest substance in your body? As you may already know, this incredibly hard substance is your enamel--the outer, protective layer of your teeth. But even though enamel is extremely hard, it can still be damaged or... read more »

The Risks of Constant Snacking

Do you ever find yourself snacking throughout the day? If you do, you probably know that sugary or starchy foods could hurt your teeth, but would you be surprised to learn that how and when you eat could cause trouble? One problem is that acid can form in your mouth after you eat and weaken your enamel—which is the outer... read more »