Dental Care Tips
We smile when taking a picture, when we see a good friend, or when a cute cat video comes up in our social media feed, but we should smile much more than that. In fact, there is scientific evidence that smiling is good for your physical and mental health and has a big impact on […]
If years of coffee, tea, or red wine has left your pearly whites looking a bit more dull and yellowed, you don’t have to keep hiding your smile. There are several ways to whiten your teeth to restore a healthy, younger look and reduce the effects of stains and age. Today, we’ll look at the […]
1) MYTH: You don’t really need to floss if you brush your teeth really well. FACT: In 2016 the Departments of Agriculture and Health & Human Services removed the flossing recommendation from their dietary guidelines. The reason? The American Academy of Periodontology’s most recent study failed to demonstrate a benefit. Now before you go throwing […]
With a lot of leftover candy around after Halloween, we thought it would be timely to examine candy’s effect on teeth, and what you can do about it. Why Is Candy so Bad for Teeth? Candy contributes to tooth decay, but not as directly as you might think. Sugar is the favorite food for harmful […]
The easiest action you can take to prevent staining your teeth is avoiding the products that stain your teeth: Black coffee Tea Red wine Soda Juice Popsicles or slushies Energy drinks Soy sauce Balsamic vinegar Tomato sauce Blueberries, cranberries, and raspberries Beets Curry Dark caramel and food colorings Candy Tobacco use (cigarettes, as well as […]
While checking all the many back-to-school “to-do’s” off your list, don’t forget to consider something that is often disregarded: your dental hygiene. Here are 5 things you should do to prepare your teeth for the new school year.
Tooth sensitivity is one of the most common dental issues throughout the U.S., as almost 50% of the population suffer from it. Our team at Beavers Dentistry knows this condition is both painful and annoying, so we’re here to help.
Many of us are unaware of exactly how much water we squander while brushing our teeth! In addition to hurting our ecosystem, it unnecessarily raises your water bill each month. The following are some simple tips on saving water while you brush your teeth, without overhauling your daily routine.
While using a manual toothbrush is adequate, many dentists are encouraging patients to switch to electric toothbrushes. Using an electric toothbrush leads to a more thorough and easier cleaning, which makes it more effective in the fight against gingivitis and gum disease.