Prevent Cavities by Using Sugar-Free Gum

Did you know, chewing sugarless gum can help strengthen your tooth enamel? Yes, it's true! Most sugarless gum contains a sweetener called xylitol, which reduces the acids left behind on your teeth. Furthermore, chewing sugarless gum can also help reduce tooth sensitivity caused teeth whitening treatments. Our dentist, Dr. Duane Taylor, always encourages you to do the best you can... read more »

Common Questions About Electric Toothbrushes

Do you have questions about electric toothbrushes? If so, you’re not alone. Many people also have questions about the handy tool because it can seem complex if you don’t know much about it. To help you find the answers you’re looking for, our dentists, Dr. Duane K. Taylor and Dr. Bryan Carmichael are pleased to provide the answers to these... read more »

Got Questions About Mouthwash? Here Are Your Answers

If you have questions about the beneficial product mouthwash, then our dental team is here to help you. Mouthwash can help you in a myriad of ways—if you use the right product. So, the more you know about mouthwash, the better. To help you find the answers you’re looking for, our dentists, Dr. Duane K. Taylor or Dr. Bryan Carmichael,... read more »

What is the American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance?

Our dentist, Dr. Duane Taylor, wants you to have a top-notch oral health and smile, which is why he strongly encourages you to use oral hygiene tools that have been approved by the American Dental Association. This Seal of Acceptance can help you ensure that you’re using the right tools for your teeth, gums, smile, and entire oral health. The... read more »

Important Tips About Therapeutic Mouthwash

In order to ensure your mouth has the greatest chance of oral health success, it is important to use all oral health care cleaning methods you can. This includes using utensils such as mouthwash. Mouthwash has numerous different benefits to help improve your smile in several ways. Some mouthwashes, such as therapeutic mouthwashes, are designed to reduce plaque, cavities, gingivitis,... read more »

Correct Oral Health Issues with Sleep Apnea Treatments

Have you ever been diagnosed with sleep apnea? Although sleep apnea tends to be common in society, it's a highly dangerous sleep disorder that can severely damage your health. If you suffer from sleep apnea, it is important to seek treatment right away. However, the condition often goes undetected as it occurs while you sleep. There are a few risk... read more »

Tips on How to Have an Attractive Smile for School Picture Day

School picture day is one of the biggest days of the year, especially because the picture taken will be available for everyone to see. This is why many people strive to look their absolute best on picture day. If you’re one of these people, our dentist, Dr. Duane Taylor, has some tips that can help you have a stunning smile... read more »

Principles Concerning Water Flossing

A water flosser is a common interdental cleaning tool used for oral health care habits to clean away food and harmful debris that may be stuck between teeth. With a water flosser, a steady jet of clean water is used to wash your mouth between your teeth. For a better understanding of the basics of water flossers, listed below are... read more »

The Fundamentals of Tooth Extractions

If you want to prepare for a successful tooth extraction, here is a list of guidelines to help you have a successful recovery, consider read on. - Use your dentist as a resource for information concerning the extraction and recovery process. - If you were given anesthesia, follow your dentist’s instructions for aftercare. - Follow your dentist’s instructions regarding medication... read more »

What Type of Braces is the Right Kind For Me?

Braces have come a long way as dental technology has advanced. Once upon a time, children and teens had to endure the traditional mouthful of metal. But now more and more adults are considering braces, and there are plenty of options for adults and young people. You may decide that your smile could use some straightening, or your dentist may... read more »