Before you kiss your partner this Valentine's day, make sure that your mouth is in proper health. Always remember that a kiss is more than just a wet peck on the lips.
Our teeth tend to be troublesome. They contain live tissues and nerves, which are susceptible to the bacteria that occur naturally in the mouth. Simple activities such as eating and talking also put your teeth under pressure. Your teeth – and gums – can come under attack when plaque and tartar build up on [...]
While men and women have the same oral anatomy, biological and behavioral variations create differences between men’s and women’s oral health. For instance, women are more likely to get regular dental check-ups, while men tend to go the dentist only when they have to, although married men are more likely to routinely visit the [...]
The Best Oral Hygiene Tips to Improve Your Smile When our patients come to us, they often ask what they could do better at home for themselves and their children to improve oral hygiene. You only get one set of natural teeth, so taking care of them is of utmost importance. We recommend checkups [...]