1. How Do I Help My Children Care for Their Teeth?

    Oral care and hygiene is important starting at an early age. Teaching your children properly will help them stay healthier in general and benefit them later in the life. You can start by setting an example; taking good care of your own teeth sends a message that oral health is something to be valued. And anything that makes taking care of teeth fun, like brushing along with your child or letting t…Read More

  2. How To Beat Bad Breath

    Chronic, severe bad breath is known as halitosis. It can be tough to cope with and can put a major damper on your life if you ignore it. You can significantly lower the severity of your halitosis by identifying contributing factors and dealing with the causes directly rather than trying to cover them up with mouthwash or mints. Here are some of the major contributors to halitosis: If you are a smo…Read More

  3. Brush & Floss But Still Have Bad Teeth?

    You can brush your teeth after every meal, floss well every night, and never miss a dental check up and still have trouble with your oral hygiene. How? You have other bad habits damaging your teeth and you may not even be aware of them. Five of the worst are listed below. If you find yourself doing any of these things try to correct the behavior, it will help save your teeth. 1. Soda How much soda…Read More

  4. How to Care for Your Dentures

    Keeping your mouth healthy is important at every stage of your life. It can get a little harder if you have dentures but with the right routine you’ll have a fresh mouth and confident smile. When you first get your dentures, your dentist will go over the care regimen with you. Be sure to ask any questions you may have. You can refer to this guide for tips on keeping your new dentures clean and f…Read More

  5. Five Foods For Healthy Teeth

    Milk It’s not just your bones that benefit from milk; your teeth get stronger and healthier when you drink, too, because it contains calcium. Calcium helps protect your teeth against periodontal (gum) disease and keeps your jawbone strong and healthy. Since women are more likely to get periodontal disease if they don’t absorb enough calcium from their daily diet, it’s especially important fo…Read More

  6. What Is Restorative Dentistry?

    Restorative dentistry is the study, diagnosis and integrated management of diseases of the teeth and their supporting structures and the rehabilitation of the dentition to functional and aesthetic requirements of the individual. Restorative dentistry encompasses the dental specialties of endodontics, periodontics and prosthodontics and its foundation is based upon how these interact in cases requi…Read More

  7. Burlington Dentist

    Our great Dental Center offers a full complement of preventive and restorative care. We offer the gentle and friendly care you need for a lifetime of healthy smiles. A gentle & friendly approach to dentistry Our staff make your dental visit a comfortable and pleasant one. Using only the gentlest techniques, our dentists have a calming chair-side manner and listen to your concerns and any fears…Read More