Mental health and oral health
Research has proven that there is a link between mental health and oral health. Find out how seasonal affective disorder, depression or anxiety could impact your smile.
Finding the right dental coverage for your small business
When it comes to being a competitive employer in the world of small business, offering dental insurance can help you stand out.
Protecting your teeth on Turkey Day
Before you fill your plate this Thanksgiving, keep these facts about a few of your favorite foods in mind to help maintain good oral health over the holiday!
Trick or Teeth: Guide to a Smile-Friendly Halloween party!
Halloween doesn't have to be a scary time for your teeth! Use these ideas to create the perfect party to keep your smile ghostly white (and healthy!)
Have a fang-tastic Halloween!
Don't be spooked by all of the candy your child might eat— Halloween can still be fun and tooth-friendly if you follow these oral health tips!
Getting braces can be a big commitment. Here are a few things you can expect and some tips for care after you get them put on.
Floss vs. Toothpicks
When you feel something stuck in your teeth, your instinct might be to reach for a toothpick. However, they don't offer the same benefits of dental floss and can even cause harm when used too often or incorrectly.
Soothing sore gums
Gum pain can be a serious distraction. If you notice anything unusual happening to your gums, contact your dentist to set up an appointment right away. They will be able to detect the underlying cause and offer you the best treatment solutions.
Healthy gums lead to happy smiles
To keep your mouth healthy, be sure you are taking good care of your gums. September is National Gum Care Month, so it's the perfect time to get into a good oral health routine.