oral hygiene Tag

Many of us have to remind our kids, grandkids, and even ourselves that too much sugar will rot your teeth. While we all know that it’s bad for our dental health, what sugar actually does to our teeth isn’t as well known. If you’re having...

Does your dentist ever tell you that you should floss more? Flossing once a week or every couple of days simply isn’t enough, even if you’re brushing your teeth twice a day as recommended. Daily flossing is a fundamental part of good oral health, and...

Yellow teeth are a very common and frustrating problem. Because of the aging process, seniors are more likely to have yellow teeth, even if their teeth are otherwise healthy. If you’re concerned about the color of your teeth, understanding the causes of yellowing can help...

With such a wide range of dental hygiene products to choose from, you may be wondering if they’re all actually necessary. A toothbrush and dental floss are absolutely essential, of course, but what about mouthwash? Let’s explore whether mouthwash is necessary for maintaining healthy teeth,...

You replace batteries, filters, and all kinds of items around your home all the time. But do you know how often you need to replace your toothbrush? Using your toothbrush beyond its lifespan can put your mouth at risk of cavities and gum disease, so...

If you wear dentures, maintaining good oral hygiene includes cleaning them regularly. Wearing clean dentures prevents bacteria buildup so your mouth can stay healthy. It’s also essential that you properly store your dentures overnight to further protect your oral health and keep your dentures looking...