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Keep Your Breath Fresh with These Four Great Tips

January 28, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — dentaldynamics @ 10:29 pm
Toothbrush, mouthwash, and mint leaves

Have you ever found yourself shying away from social gatherings or covering your mouth during a conversation because of how your breath smells? If so, you’re not alone. It’s estimated that roughly one out of four people have bad breath at any given moment. When oral bacteria accumulate on your teeth and tongue, they can release a sulfur compound that laces your breath with a foul odor. Thankfully, you can treat bad breath and protect yourself from this unpleasant condition with these four easytips from your dentist.


Surprising Factors That Can Boost Your Risk of Cavities

January 14, 2020

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Woman concerned about getting cavities

No two mouths are the same, yet almost all of them have one thing in common: tooth decay. According to Delta Dental, an overwhelming 97% of the population will get at least one cavity in their lifetime. However, this common condition is not spread out evenly. Does it seem like no matter how often you brush and floss, you still end up with more cavities than those with worse oral hygiene? If so, there may be a factor in your everyday life that is increasing your risk of cavities. Read on as your dentist explains some surprising issues that could be making you prone to tooth decay.


12 Days of Holiday Dental Tips

December 11, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — dentaldynamics @ 7:14 pm
holiday treats

The holidays are here, which means plenty of quality family time, seeing old friends, and indulging in sugary treats. One of those things, however, is seriously detrimental to your oral health. If you want to learn how to avoid getting cavities or gum disease this holiday season, read this post where we’ve outlined twelve days of holiday dental tips.  


5 Reasons Why You Might Be More Prone to Cavities

December 5, 2019

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decayed tooth with first aid kit

You use fluoride toothpaste to brush your teeth twice a day. You floss daily to make sure no food particles remain between your teeth. To top it all off, you even rinse with mouthwash every morning. But somehow, you still get more cavities than your friend who barely even flosses. Why is that? A dentist is here to explain five reasons why you might be more likely to get cavities.


Stay Healthy This Year With 5 Flu Season Health Tips From a Dentist

November 11, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — dentaldynamics @ 6:02 pm
A couple who has the flu

Getting a flu shot each year is almost always a good idea, but it’s not a guarantee that you won’t get sick. And while your oral health is probably the last thing on your mind when you have the flu, you might be surprised at how poor oral health or hygiene can affect how you feel. Not to mentiont that bacteria and the flu virus can actually spread to your teeth and gums. And even though cold and flu remedies can relieve your symptoms, they often have unanticipated consequences for your dental health. Below, you’ll find 5 flu season health tips you can use to feel better fast and maintain a healthy smile at the same time. 


Want To Reduce the Cost of Dentistry? Start With Regular Checkups!

November 10, 2019

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Up-close smile and dental mirror

Is dentistry expensive? You may be surprised to hear it, but not getting dentistry costs a lot more. In fact, over 2 million dental emergencies are treated in the hospital each year. These visits are very expensive and are often made by people who don’t get regular preventive care. Clearly, while there’s a common misconception that skipping checkups saves money, nothing could be further from the truth! Keep reading below to learn about lowering the cost of dentistry and keeping your smile a lot healthier and happier. 


Local Dentist Shares 5 “Tricks” for a Healthy Halloween

October 22, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — dentaldynamics @ 1:58 am
Spilled Halloween candy bucket

Witches and warlocks, ghouls and goblins – Halloween is upon us once again! The spooky season can often be a treacherous time for teeth, as more sugary treats are consumed than normal. However, it is possible to navigate this time of year without dramatically increasing your risk of tooth decay. To enjoy Halloween while keeping your smile cavity-free, follow these 5 tricks – er, tips – from a local dentist.


Are Hot Drinks Bad for Your Teeth? A Dentist Investigates

October 10, 2019

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Pumpkin spice hot drink

The leaves are turning colors, so you know what that means: it’s pumpkin spice latte season! This trendy drink is back on the menu at both national chain coffee shops and even some local mom and pop cafes. Like most coffee beverages, the fall season’s hottest drink is, quite literally, hot! While hot drinks are great for keeping you warm during the brisk autumn months, they can affect your teeth differently than water or other cool beverages. In today’s blog, your dentist examines how hot drinks affect teeth and what steps you can take this fall to maintain a healthy smile in between dental checkups.


5 Reasons Dental Implants Are Exploding in Popularity

September 20, 2019

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dental implant diagram

Dental implants are the latest trend when it comes to tooth replacement, and with good reason. They’re more than just a fad. They’re a way to completely revamp your life. These artificial tooth roots topped with a crown are a way to restore your quality of life by giving you back a healthy, natural-looking smile you’ve missed after tooth loss. So, let’s take a closer look at 5 answers to the question “Why should I get dental implants?”


Can Charcoal Whiten Your Teeth?

September 6, 2019

Filed under: Uncategorized — dentaldynamics @ 2:04 pm
toothbrush with charcoal

If you’ve been on social media recently, odds are you’ve seen pictures of someone brushing their teeth with what looks to be a black toothpaste. If you’re wondering whether it really works, or even if the process is safe, then you’ve come to the right place. Continue reading as we answer the question: can charcoal whiten your teeth?

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