Your Family Dentist Questions Answered

Many people relate going to the dentist to walking on a bed of hot coals without shoes, but the truth of the matter is that without regular check ups to the dentist you could be in a world of hurt. There are many types of dentists, one of the most common types of dentists are family dentists, some people also refer to them as general dentists. These are the type of dentist that most people go to for regular visits. Read More 

How To Brush Your Baby’s Teeth Properly

As a parent, you want to give proper care to your little babies and this includes proper dental care and hygiene of their little baby teeth. It is very important to recognize that the proper care and treatment of babies' teeth and gums will determine how well their permanent teeth will be and how much overall care and treatment they will need in the future. These little baby teeth serve as little placeholders for the permanent teeth that will eventually come in. Read More 

DIY: Freshen Your Breath With A Sage & Cinnamon Spray

Every time you speak, your breath emits a smell. This is why you need to have a good breath spray handy, just in case the smell is offensive. Yet the choices available in most stores may contain harmful ingredients. The good news is you can avoid those breath sprays, and make your own.  Secrets Behind The Dental-Friendly Breath Spray There are only a few reasons why you may suffer from halitosis. One could be due to old food particles stuck in between your teeth. Read More 

Nail Biting And Your Teeth

Onychophagia, or nail biting, can have a significant impact on your dental health. Nail biting is not exclusive. Even though it is more common in children, a small share of adults bite their nails. If you are nail biter, it is important you understand the possible impact on your teeth and what you can do to stop. What Causes Nail Biting? Nail biting is believed to be linked to stress. It is considered to be a nervous habit which you might not even realize you are doing. Read More 

Dementia And Dental Health: Caring For A Loved One’s Hygiene

When caring for a loved one with dementia, you can face a myriad of problems. One of those is ensuring that his or her dental health is up to par. Depending on the stage of your loved one's dementia, this could prove to be a big challenge. Daily Care As dementia progresses, your loved one might struggle to perform daily dental hygiene. Merely instructing your loved one to brush and floss is not enough. Read More