Keeping Teeth White at Home and at the Dentist’s Office

How A Wire Dental Retainer Is Made

Dentists regularly require patients to wear a retainer after they have removed braces from their teeth. The retainer helps the teeth stay in their new position while the bone and tissue surrounding the teeth stabilize after they have been moved into a new position.... read more

6 Great Tips For Preventing Bad Breath

Bad breath is fairly common among adults, but that does not make it any less embarrassing. It can make a bad impression among other people and lower your self-confidence. Luckily, there are several things you can do to fight bad breath. Chew Sugarless Gum If you... read more

The Effect Of Smoking On Your Teeth

Why do you brush your teeth? Because you want them to be clean of anything that could cause discoloration and decay? Because you want to have fresh breath and a white smile? If those statements are true, then can you explain why you or anyone else might expose their... read more

Everyone can appreciate a bright, beautiful smile. Of course, in today’s world it takes work to maintain white teeth. Heading to the dentist on a regular basis is an important step to maintain a glistening mouth, but it isn’t the only thing to focus on. I have found that proper dental care at home between cosmetic dental appointments is the most effective way to keep a bright smile without having to use chemical laced products from store shelves. Hopefully, this website can offer some tips and tricks for keeping your teeth white between dentist visits – make your own tooth scrubs, mouth rinses, and more. You’ll also find plenty of information about dental treatments to consider taking part in (or to consider avoiding!) too.