1. 3 Steps to Fresher Breath

    If you’re concerned about your breath, it could be directly linked to your oral care. If you don’t brush your teeth, floss, and rinse with mouthwash at least twice a day, morning and night, it can lead to halitosis, more commonly referred to as bad breath. That can have a direct impact on the rest your life, including your self-confidence and willingness to be close to other people. Even if yo…Read More

  2. Ignoring Pain in Your Teeth Could Make Matters Worse

    It’s easy to ignore pain when it isn’t overwhelming. Most people have a tendency to define pain in different ways. Some people would rate an incredible amount of pain in their legs, for example, at 6 on a scale of 1 to 10 or somebody else may report it as a 10. When you have pain in your teeth or under your gums, it can certainly be annoying, but it’s not likely to interfere with many of the…Read More

  3. 5 Steps to Choosing the Right Dentist

    Choosing the right dentist for you and your family doesn’t have to be such a difficult challenge. A lot of people have a tendency to avoid going to the dentist because they have an inherent fear of pain and discomfort. They may have had a bad experience at the dentist previously and haven’t been to see one in many years. When it’s time for you to get back to the dentist, follow these five st…Read More

  4. 4 Reasons Once-a-Year Dental Visits Aren’t Enough

    It’s probably easy to assume that just getting to the dentist once a year is enough to take care of your teeth. It’s not. There are plenty of reasons why dentists recommend getting a regular cleaning every six months, and here are four of those reasons to make it more often than just once a year. Reason #1: It helps to keep your teeth white. When you have white teeth, you usually have a much m…Read More

  5. What does it mean to be proactive with regard to oral health care?

    When you are proactive about your oral health, you will be brushing, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash at least twice every day. It’s best to brush after every meal, but that’s not always practical, especially for people when they’re out at work. Being proactive about your oral care also includes visiting the dentist every six months for regular cleaning and checkup. During those regular …Read More

  6. 4 Reasons Dental Insurance Coverage Can Help Protect Your Teeth

    In Canada, we enjoy universal health coverage, but it is a basic kind. Many people are encouraged to consider supplemental health insurance, including dental insurance coverage. When you’re talking about protecting your teeth and improving your oral care, there are plenty of reasons why dental insurance would be a great option to choose. 1. It encourages people to visit the dentist more frequent…Read More

  7. The 4 Things You Didn’t Realize Could be in Your Mouth

    Believe it or not, there could be a lot of things in your mouth right now that you didn’t even realize. Taking care of your oral health is a matter of brushing, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash, but even if you do those things on a regular basis, you could still have foreign contaminants in your mouth that you never knew existed. 1. Bacteria. Yes, there are some types of bacteria that are go…Read More

  8. 4 Tips to Help You Achieve that Sparkling Smile

    Achieving a smile you’re proud of does not have to be a complete mystery to you. In fact, while many people hide their smile because of yellow, stained, crooked teeth, or other issues, there are certain steps you can take that will give you the confidence to smile and laugh more abundantly and that will draw more people to you and help you improve your conference. Tip #1: Take care of your oral …Read More

  9. 4 Reasons Improved Oral Care Can Lead to More Self Confidence

    If you’re looking to boost your confidence level, have you ever thought about oral care? Believe it or not, how well you care for your teeth and mouth can have a direct impact on many other aspects of your life, including your confidence levels. Below are four reasons why. Reason #1: Better oral care leads to better breath. If you’re self-conscious about your breath, it can make it difficult f…Read More

  10. 5 Signs You May be Neglecting Your Oral Health (and Not even Realize It)

    You want to do what’s right for your oral care. You brush your teeth twice a day, floss, and rinse with mouthwash. Or maybe you only brush twice a day, once in the morning and once right before you go to bed. If you think that is enough to take care of your teeth and avoid cavities, you’re making some serious mistakes. Below are five signs that could indicate you’re not taking care of your o…Read More