Americans Need to Floss More

Americans Need to Floss More

If you often forget to floss, you’re not alone. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that almost 33% of Americans never floss. Another 37% don’t floss daily. The likely culprit? A lack of information on what makes flossing so key to your oral...

How a Bad Diet can Affect Your Oral Health

Maintaining good eating habits is very important for your oral health. Sugary foods and beverages can harm your teeth and gums, as well as allow plaque to accumulate on your teeth. If you do not clean your teeth properly, this plaque will erode the enamel and cause...

Keeping Your Teeth Strong and Healthy As You Age

Taking proper care of your teeth and oral health becomes increasingly important as you grow older. Although many people believe it is impossible to avoiding losing their teeth as they age, teeth can stay healthy for a lifetime if they are properly maintained. As the...