Keep Tooth Enamel by Keeping it Safe

Believe it or not, the toughest substance in your body is the tooth enamel that covers your teeth. It functions to protect your teeth from harmful substances such as bacteria, plaque, tartar and acids that can cause damage to the teeth. Tooth enamel also shields the inner tooth structure from heat and cold so that you can eat and drink... read more »

Oral Health Care Tips to Prevent Cavities

Cavities are caused by the removal of tooth enamel and the creation of holes in our teeth. Tooth enamel is most easily removed by plaque buildup that uses ingredients such as sugar to create harmful acids to eat their way through the enamel. Only with effective cleaning habits and daily upkeep can we keep plaque buildup at bay. Here are... read more »

Teeth Whitening: Let’s Get You the Smile You Have Been Wanting

Have you been wanting a brighter, whiter smile, but haven't taken the time to do anything about it? Maintaining healthy tooth enamel and supportive gums means you will want to brush and floss daily to keep your teeth (and gums) looking their best, and see your dentist regularly for professional cleanings. Even so, there are things you can do to... read more »