Category Archives: Dental Tips

How to Whiten Your Teeth

Everyone wants whiter teeth. They boost our confidence, widen our smile and make us feel healthier and, yes, better looking. Fortunately, there are a number of home remedy and retail product options to help you whiten your yellow teeth, remove coffee or tobacco stains and even help with teeth stains from medications. For more difficult Continue Reading

How Does Your Diet Affect Your Teeth?

If you’ve recently received some disappointing or expensive news from your dentist, you may be wondering if what eat might be partly to blame. We all know about candy and sugar, which generally can increase the likelihood of cavities and other trouble with your teeth. But what positive things can you do with your diet Continue Reading

Celebrate World Oral Health Day, March 20, 2017

A Day to Appreciate Your Healthy Teeth and Gums Anyone who’s ever shied away from bad breath instinctively knows the importance of good oral hygiene. But we don’t see our own teeth much, so it’s easy to let them slip out of sight, out of mind, when other things in life demand your attention. Well, Continue Reading

Laser Dentistry: better for your teeth and gums

You do everything you can to care for your teeth and gums. You want them to be there for you throughout your lifetime and you know they are an important part of taking care of your overall health. Dental care starts at home with regular brushing and flossing, and of course, we all need regular Continue Reading

5 Tips from Your Las Vegas Dentist For Good Dental Health

We’re all so busy and sometimes we forget about our teeth. But neglected teeth will remind you – sometimes very painfully – that they are there and need attention. Good oral care begins at home, with regular brushing after meals and maintenance, like regular flossing. Taking care of your teeth is really easy to learn Continue Reading

Preventing Gum Disease: Care and Treatment

Could you be one of the 47.2 percent of American adults age 30 years and older with some form of gum, or periodontal, disease? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that gum disease is more common in men than women, and if you’re 65 or older, your chances increase to over 70 percent. Continue Reading

Do you have bad teeth due to teeth grinding?

Find out how teeth grinding affects your teeth Tooth grinding is a condition that is often overlooked and can lead to serious dental and other problems. Find out know what tooth grinding is, how you know you have it, and the treatment. What is teeth grinding? Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, is a disorder in Continue Reading

Toothache! Some Causes and Home Remedies

There’s no denying that tooth pain can be really overwhelming. It seems to radiate everywhere and when you have it, it’s hard to think of anything else. All you can really think about is relief.  If you can’t get to a dentist right away, what can you do? What Causes a Toothache? Toothache can be Continue Reading