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Interdental cleaners: how to choose
Cleaning the spaces and surfaces between your teeth is as important as the front and back. Unfortunately, using a toothbrush is not an effective way to clean these hard-to-reach spaces. Besides traditional floss, there are other ways to keep these spaces free of plaque and build up. Take a look to see which option may work the best for your routine!
What does snoring do to your mouth?
Snoring can cause some negative oral health consequences. Learn what the risks are and how to help prevent snoring.
Mental health & oral health in youth
Since May is Mental Health Awareness Month, we are focusing on the connection between mental health and oral health, specifically for children and adolescents. Anxiety and depression in youth doubled during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What is root canal treatment and when is it needed?
May is Root Canal Awareness Month. In this post, let's take a look at this treatment to understand what it is and when it is needed.
Oral Cancer and Head & Neck Cancer Awareness
April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month and Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Month. Let's take a look at the warning signs in the mouth and ways to reduce the risk of contracting these cancers.
Do dental fillings or restorations need to be replaced?
Just like your natural teeth, fillings, crowns and restorations are affected by age and quality of care. Learn about filling, crown and restoration options and their expected longevity.
How do our teeth change as we age?
Just as our bodies and minds change with age, so do our teeth. Let's look at a few changes you might notice as you hit different milestones in your lifetime.
What do my teeth tell me about my health?
We often mention the impact of oral health on overall health, so let’s take a look at the ways signs or symptoms in the mouth can point to other greater health concerns.
How do I know if I have a cavity?
If you have never had a cavity before, you may be unsure what the experience will be like. Discoloration on your tooth, pain or sensitivity can all be signs that you might have developed a cavity. Your dentist can help you with all of these. See more inside.