Family dentistry refers to a dental practice that cares for oral health at all stages of life. Choosing a family dentistry allows you to take care of your entire family’s dental needs at one convenient location, while ensuring that you and your whole family are maintaining good oral health habits.
Teaching kids the importance of good oral health at a young age is extremely important for their development. Try out some of these fun ideas to make brushing teeth a fun activity for your child.
Flossing seems to be something that few like doing, resulting in a lot of people skipping it as part of their daily oral routine. If you are someone who is not flossing every day you may want to reconsider. Here are eight health issues that could affect your health if you neglect to floss.
An extremely common question after a dental procedure is “How long should I wait to eat or drink after a dental procedure?” We recommend listening to your dentist’s recommendations, but we put this article together to serve as a guide.
Sensitive teeth are characterized by tooth pain or tingling when exposed to certain things, including eating and drinking hot or cold food and drink, exposure to cold winter air, and eating sugary or sour candy or food.
If you’re picking a manual toothbrush, always make sure that it has soft bristles – this will help prevent overbrushing or aggravating your gums.
Here’s our guide to gingivitis, how you get it, and how you can deal with it.
Fluoride is a mineral naturally found in various water sources and in some foods. Fluoride is used to prevent cavities because it slows down tooth decay by strengthening the enamel.
It’s that time of the year again. Christmas carols are starting to pop up on the radio, everyone’s getting ready for Thanksgiving, and the sun is setting earlier and earlier each day. What that also means is that your yearly dental insurance is about to flip over to the new year.
Since we at Sninski & Schmitt Family Dentistry know that the last thing you want to do is have to schedule an appointment two days before Christmas for a cracked tooth, we’ve put together a list of our dentists’ best holiday tooth care tips below.