2015

Tips On Mastering Your Toothbrush

Dentist Blog

Anyone in their right mind will tell you that brushing your teeth with regularity is a key to maintaining healthy teeth and equally healthy gums. In addition to regular brushing though, you will need to purchase the appropriate toothbrush and brush your teeth in the most effective manner possible. If you brush correctly—which also means doing so at least twice a day for intervals of between two to three minutes—you are well on your way to achieving long-lasting oral health.

3 February 2015

Understanding Cold Sores, Canker Sores And Oral Cancer

Dentist Blog

The last thing you want is a painful sore on your mouth or lips. For days after its initial appearance, a canker sore causes pain and all you can think about is the countdown until it's over. But what is a canker sore and how does it vary from other tissue issues? The following are the key differences between canker sores, cold sores and oral cancer. Canker Sores Canker sores can show up on your tongue, your lips, your cheeks, or any other soft tissue region in your mouth.

12 January 2015