Oral hygiene is directly related to overall health, it’s the best prevention of caries, gingivitis, and other dental disorders. There are several easy steps to improve your hygiene, such as improving your dental care routine, eating more vegetables and fruits, and cutting back on tobacco and alcohol.

July 26, 2017

Candy Causes Cavities

Here’s a scary thought for you this Halloween: you may need to limit your candy intake.  You’ve heard it a million times—candy and sugar are bad […]
March 15, 2017

Get Over the Hurdles That Keep You From Seeing Your Dentist

The American Dental Association (ADA) says an overwhelming 97% of individuals value their oral health. Their recent survey on oral health and well-being in the United […]
February 1, 2017

Bad Breath: The Cause and Cure

Is your bad breath giving you trouble? This is the last problem you want to have on Valentine’s Day (or any other day for that matter!). […]
January 18, 2017

New Year’s Resolution: Learn How Dental Hygiene Contributes to Overall Health

The new year is a great time to make some new resolutions to better your mind and body. Typically people vow to get into shape, be […]
April 10, 2016

The Dental Benefits and Detriments to Coffee and Tea

Most people—especially here in the Pacific Northwest—enjoy starting the morning off with a nice cup of coffee or tea. But many of us haven’t given much […]
October 9, 2014

Periodontal Maintenance

What is periodontal maintenance, and how is it any different than the regular cleaning you’ve been having done most of your life? Well, a “regular cleaning,” […]

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