When you’re missing teeth, dentures are a great tooth replacement! They restore your smile, chewing function, and confidence. Like your natural teeth, dentures need to be properly cleaned and cared for. Read our blog post to find out how to clean and care for your dentures.
Fluoride is a natural mineral found in water and foods. Most people already consume fluoride through water, foods, drinks, and dental products. Unfortunately, there are many myths regarding fluoride. Do you know the myths from facts? Read our blog post to find out!
Flossing is the key to a good oral hygiene routine. However, introducing flossing into your child’s oral hygiene routine can be tricky. At what age should kids start to floss? Check out our blog post for a helpful guide to help your family decide at what age your kids should floss.
For great oral health, it’s important to brush your teeth at least twice a day. What about your tongue? Keeping your tongue clean should be part of your daily oral hygiene routine. Read our blog post to find out why it’s important.
Dental cavities are the monsters of the mouth. Luckily, there are many ways to combat these monsters and stop them in their tracks! Read our blog post to learn more about the importance of dental cleanings and exams.
Our dental hygienists hear a lot of questions from patients. And, as experts in their field, they are full of answers! In today’s blog post, we’re answering some of the frequently asked questions our team at Growing Smiles Pediatric and Family Dentistry hears.
Whether you find that your breath smells less than fresh every once in a while or it’s a regular occurrence in your life, consistently bad breath is still a nuisance that many patients want solved. Read our blog post to learn if chronic bad breath might be a sign of a serious dental problem.
Many parents struggle to get their kids to commit to great oral care. It’s so important that you instill these habits in your kids. Read our blog post for some tips to get your kids brushing on a regular basis.
Despite being completely preventable, gum disease affects an eye-popping 65 million Americans every year. It’s important to familiarize yourself with the warning signs of gum disease so that you can maintain a healthy, beautiful smile. Check out our blog post to learn about the early warning signs of gum disease.
Some things are taking a break during the COVID-19 pandemic but tooth decay isn’t one of them. Our blog has tips for maintaining good hygiene habits.