Oral Hygiene: The Answers to Commonly Asked Questions

If you have questions about oral hygiene, then it could lead to an improper oral hygiene routine. This could result in oral injuries and dental problems. So, it’s important to know all the important details of oral hygiene. To help you find the answers to your oral hygiene questions, our dentist, Dr. Christopher Hall, would like to share the answers... read more »

A Restored Tooth Needs Daily Care and Good Oral Hygiene

Having a tooth treated or restored by a dental bridge, dental crown, or dental implant restoration will effectively provide you with a functional piece of dental work that is immune to a future incidence of tooth decay. Yet you shouldn’t let this lull you into assuming the restored tooth doesn’t require good oral hygiene practices. Just like your natural teeth,... read more »

Consistent Oral Hygiene Improvements Can Help Prevent Gingivitis Symptoms

The American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth twice and flossing at least once each day as the foundation of an effective daily oral hygiene routine. If you are lax in performing this basic regimen the residual food particles and plaque left in your mouth can harden into bacteria-rich tartar. As this happens your mouth is left at increasing risk... read more »