There are several steps you can take to ensure the oral health of your children. Here are some of the most important: Begin Early: Tooth decay can begin occurring from the time the first baby teeth begin to come in. Typically, this process starts at around 6 months of age and by age 3; most

How to Maintain Oral Health

Friday, 05 February 2016 by

February is the month of love, with the long-standing tradition of taking your mate out for Valentine’s Day. Along with going out, Americans spend roughly $345 million each year to purchase roughly 58 million pounds of Valentine’s candy. So although it is a festive occasion, Valentine’s Day (and the days immediately following it) can be

New Year, New Smile, New You!

Thursday, 22 January 2015 by

The time for New Year’s Resolutions is past, which means it is time to get down to business and do the things that are actually going to improve your life. It is one thing to promise that something will happen; but when you are serious about making things better, you actually do something that will

Humans, especially men, are biologically programmed not to worry about things that are not obviously broken. Sometimes, we decide that even if something’s not working quite right, there is no need to worry about it. Sometimes it is okay to think that way. When it comes to your teeth, however, it is usually not. Here