Professional Teeth Whitening vs. Store-Bought Whitening Kits

Professional Teeth Whitening vs. Store-Bought Whitening Kits

Have you ever wondered what the big deal is about professional in-office teeth whitening or if those store-bought whitening kits actually work? In this blog post we answer those questions and outline the main differences between professional in-office teeth whitening vs. store-bought whitening kits. 

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Signs of Periodontal Disease That Shouldn’t Be Ignored

Signs of Periodontal Disease That Shouldn’t Be Ignored

Periodontal Disease is a serious condition with huge potential to turn your smile upside down. However, it is almost always preventable if you are diligent in your oral hygiene and keep an eye out for early signs of trouble. Today we’re going to be talking through some of these signs of trouble, but before we do, let’s take a moment to explain what Periodontal Disease is.

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When Should My Child See a Dentist for the First Time?

When Should My Child See a Dentist for the First Time?

Establishing a great oral hygiene routine for your kid is something you need to get an early start on. Earlier, perhaps, than you may think is necessary. By establishing great dental health and hygiene practices early, you can help set the groundwork for a lifetime of healthy smiles. Check out our tips and tricks for taking your child to the dentist for the first time!

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How Teeth Whitening Works

How Teeth Whitening Works

With the holidays around the corner, now is the time to give yourself the gift of teeth whitening! If you’ve tried whitening toothpaste or kits, you’ve probably noticed that the results are not as dramatic as promised or as you’d hoped. Or, even worse, you’re halfway through the tube of whitening gel and you realize that not only are your teeth the same color (more or less) that they were a month ago, but you’re experiencing relentless tooth and gum sensitivity.

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Bad Breath?

Bad Breath?

Who hasn’t suffered the dreaded “morning breath” when you first wake up in the morning? Bad breath is medically referred to as halitosis, but is generally categorized as a foul odor of the mouth. This condition can be chronic or acute, and has a number of different causes ranging from your basic oral hygiene habits to a sign of a bigger health problem that needs to be addressed by a medical professional. Inadequate oral hygiene is the first thing we look for in these cases.

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