After patients undergo dental surgery, including wisdom tooth extractions, our patients’ first question is often what are the best foods to eat after dental surgery. Read our blog post for tips on the best foods to eat after oral surgery.
Keeping your teeth healthy isn’t the only goal of good oral hygiene; your gums are just as important. Check out our blog post for tips on improving your gum health.
Everyone experiences dry mouth occasionally — when we’re nervous, dehydrated, or sleeping with our mouth open. While these intermittent instances of dry mouth are not necessarily serious, regular dry mouth can lead to severe oral health complications including gum disease and tooth loss. Read our blog post to learn more!
The school year is right around the corner, which means it’s time to get school supplies and schedules sorted out. Starting the school year off with a clean bill of health is a great way to set your kids up for success. Check out our blog post for a simple back to school dental checklist to make sure the whole family is keeping their smiles bright and healthy!
A pacifier can be a great tool to soothe and comfort your baby. But how old is too old to be using a pacifier? Read our blog post where we let you know when you should ease your child off their “binky,” and why.
How do you choose your toothbrush? Do you choose based on price? Color? Maybe you choose one randomly from the shelf, daunted by the enormous selection. Read our blog post to learn whether you should choose a soft bristle or a hard one, and why it matters.
Organic products are the fastest growing sector of the U.S. food industry, according to the Organic Trade Association. Read our blog post to learn about organic toothpaste and the benefits of using it.
Considering adding a waterpik to your daily dental routine, but not sure if it’s worth it? Read our blog post to learn more about the waterpik, and how it shapes up against the old standby, string floss. Contact us for all your oral hygiene questions!
American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that you replace your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months. Did you know that you can still use that old toothbrush? Read our blog post to discover 5 uses for old toothbrushes. Share with us how you use your old toothbrush!
Read our blog post to discover 4 tricks to get an A+ on your oral hygiene when you’re in college. Don’t cheat yourself by neglecting your oral health! Whether you’re from out-of-state or are proud to call San Antonio your hometown, we’d love to see you for a visit. Take a study break to schedule your appointment.