Is it really possible to get cavities on our front teeth? As a matter of fact, yes, it is. Dr. Skopp discusses the reasons tooth decay can form on the forepart of teeth and how to avoid cavities from occurring.
We have heard time and time again how crucial it is to floss our teeth. Unfortunately, many of us slack off on performing this easy step on a recurring basis. Flossing our teeth is extremely key to maintaining healthy mouths. Although some swelling, soreness, or bleeding of the gums can occur, particularly after flossing, it is due to the immune system doing its job. As you get into a flossing routine, bleeding will cease and you will reap the oral advantages that flossing regularly rewards.
It’s no surprise that we all want to have the best sets of teeth possible. By practicing good dental hygiene at home, we can take active, productive roles in helping to keep our teeth strong and hinder the development of cavities. Dr. Skopp explains exactly why taking good care of your teeth and maintaining oral health on a daily basis is so very important.
Maintaining your oral health is important to your overall health. If you have received a retainer to improve your smile, you likely already know how valuable it is to keep your retainer clean. If you don’t clean your retainer on a routine basis, your retainer can accumulate tartar, bacteria, and germs. Sometimes the best way to clean your retainer is with a safe and healthy DIY cleanser.
Brush your teeth, floss, and swish with mouthwash. This is the system most of us have come to know and stick to care for our teeth and gums. However, it’s important to question if your mouthwash is helping or hurting your oral health. Read on to see our take on the matter!
Along with visiting your dentist for regularly scheduled checkups, the standard for brushing teeth is twice per day in order to support dental health. However, there is more to maintaining teeth than the number of times we brush. The key to optimum effectiveness is when we brush our teeth. Dr. Skopp provides information below that addresses this key matter.
While carrying a pregnancy to full term, the most important aspect to pay attention to during the entire duration is the health of both yourself and your unborn child. While much has been made about the importance of diet, exercise, and abstaining from alcohol, maintaining proper dental hygiene is just as important and a necessity for the healthy development of the fetus.
Visiting your dentist for regular cleanings may seem like something you can hold off on if you’re taking care of your teeth at home. Dental cleanings are a major factor in keeping your smile as healthy and beautiful as it can be. Professional cleanings will help improve and maintain your oral hygiene. Here are a few other reasons why it’s so important to make dental cleanings a priority again.