Category: Dental Hygiene

How Long Should You Wait Before Replacing A Toothbrush?

Good oral hygiene calls for smile care on a daily basis. At least twice a day, you should brush your teeth in order to fight the buildup of food particles and harmful microbes that gather on your smile. What you should know is that in addition to thinking about your daily oral health responsibilities, you… Read more »

How To Brush Your Teeth Like A Pro

Brushing your teeth is one of the first things you learn how to do by yourself as a child. So, from a young age, we know that oral hygiene is important and that we are supposed to brush our teeth in the morning and evening. However, there are ways to increase your teeth brushing efficacy… Read more »

Make Sure Your Family Follows A Good Oral Hygiene Routine

Because children are still learning about the importance of good oral health practices, and often have stronger cravings for sweets, you can focus on keeping them on track with good smile care. While this is important, it is also important to think about how everyone in your family – including older children, and you –… Read more »

Tartar Can Be A Problem If You Avoid The Dentist’s Office

If you avoid the dentist’s office for any reason, you should know that you have a real cause for concern when it comes to tartar buildup. While your efforts to brush and floss can help you remove plaque deposits and prevent tartar from forming, you can be vulnerable to an accumulation of tartar over time…. Read more »

Shocking Hints For Smile Protection When You’re Sick 

When you’re sick, whether you’re dealing with a nasty upper respiratory virus, a sinus infection, or something that’s causing you to feel queasy, one thing is for sure: Your main focus is feeling better and resting. As a result, it’s very easy to spend most of your (little) energy on reviving your very well being,… Read more »

Do You Gag During Dental Care At Home?

When you’re practicing your dental care at home, which primarily includes your dental hygiene (broken down into brushing and flossing), how is it going? Are you gagging a good portion of the time or all of the time? When this reflex comes into the picture, it can make what is generally an otherwise quick, streamlined,… Read more »

Holiday Time: 3 Factors To Remember For Safe Teeth! 

The holidays are fun! They’re full of treats that you don’t really see the rest of the year. You might even give yourself some extra leeway to indulge to your heart’s (and stomach’s) content, without worrying too much about your usual approach to eating and nutrition. Unfortunately, when the usual rules fly out the window,… Read more »

When You Dislike Smile Care: Helpful Insight

When you dislike your smile care, you may just assume it’s that plain and simple. You just don’t like brushing, you’re not a fan of flossing, and the idea of coming in for dental checkups and cleanings is just not your cup of tea (so to speak). However, our Southlake, TX team would argue that… Read more »

Reflect On Your Current Toothbrush Knowledge

Sometimes, all it takes to make important changes in your life (or to realize that things are surprisingly on track) is to reflect for a moment! When we’re talking about your smile, of course, reflecting on different areas of your smile protection, dental care, dental hygiene, and more will help you make movement toward success,… Read more »

When You’re Having Trouble Flossing

You might be someone who has always had a very easy time with the flossing that takes place as part of your dental hygiene but lately, things aren’t going so well. Then again, you may be someone who wonders how you have gone so long within your life without ever really feeling like you know… Read more »