Posts Tagged ‘american dental association’
Choosing The Right Toothbrush
Choosing a toothbrush seems like a simple task but walking down the aisle of the local drug store you will see countless options. The options can be overwhelming if you are unsure of what to look for. In many cases, toothbrush choice comes down to preference. The best toothbrush you can buy is one you…Read More
How Clean Is Your Toothbrush?
A toothbrush is our tool to keep our teeth clean and our breath fresh but, did you know, they can harbor bacteria that grow and diversify over time? The main recommendation has always been to change to a new toothbrush every six months mainly because the toothbrush bristles eventually lose their ability to clean your…Read More
The Art Of Cosmetic Dentistry
Cosmetic dentistry has become such a common term that almost every dentist calls themselves a “cosmetic dentist”. The American Dental Association does not recognize cosmetic dentistry as a specialty in dentistry. The fact is, that even though cosmetic dentistry is not officially recognized, it does take extra skill, experience, and training. A good cosmetic dentist…Read More
Are Sports Mouthguards Necessary?
Sports mouthguards are completely necessary if you wish to maintain your teeth while participating in a contact activity. Dental injuries are the #1 type of facial injury sustained during participation in athletic sports. Victims of total tooth avulsions (knocked out teeth) who do not have teeth properly preserved or replanted may face lifetime dental costs…Read More