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Oral Hygiene: The Rules to Follow When You Have Invisalign® Aligners

Test Your Toothbrush Knowledge with This Toothbrush Quiz

Is Halitosis Cramping Your Smile?

Oral Care for Kids

The Importance of a Proper Teeth Cleaning

Oral Hygiene: The Rules to Follow When You Have Invisalign® Aligners

When you are aligning your teeth with aligners, there are things that can hinder your progress toward your perfect smile. One of those things is poor oral hygiene. In fact, poor oral hygiene can result in an affected orthodontic appliance as well as a vulnerable and damaged smile. This is why our dentist, Dr. Eric Goldberg, strongly encourages you to... read more »

Test Your Toothbrush Knowledge with This Toothbrush Quiz

Your oral hygiene routine is vital for a strong and successful oral health. However, it’s not very beneficial if you don’t know all about the proper tools and techniques to use to keep your teeth and gums in tip-top shape. So, it’s time to make sure you have the knowledge you need to effectively care for your smile. Our dentist,... read more »

Is Halitosis Cramping Your Smile?

Halitosis is an oral condition that can happen to anyone for a variety of reasons. Depending on the cause there are things you and your dentist can do to improve your breath. Read on to find out why your breath might smell and what you can do about it! Common Causes of Halitosis Improper Cleaning: Brushing and flossing every day... read more »

Oral Care for Kids

To help you help your child grow into the smile they deserve, we have provided the following information you need to give your child the best oral health possible, no matter their age: Babies Many people believe that the primary teeth are unimportant and unnecessary, but this is simply not true. The baby teeth are extremely important because they guide... read more »

The Importance of a Proper Teeth Cleaning

Do you ever wonder if you’re properly caring for your smile every day? If so, we are happy to help you! It is very important that you clean your smile by doing the following things: • Brush your teeth: Brush your teeth for two minutes twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste. It is generally recommended that... read more »