Common Misconceptions About Gum Disease
Published on March 29, 2017
WE BELIEVEthe more educated our patients are about dental health issues, the better they’ll be able to prevent them. We often warn of periodontal disease and the detrimental effects it has on the mouth and body. But there are also many common misconceptions about gum disease. To help you better understand it, we’ve decided to bust some myths today!
Myth #1: Bleeding Gums Are Normal
This is probably one of the most perpetuated dental h...[more]
Why Your Smile Deserves An AAO Orthodontist
Published on February 23, 2017
|YOUR SMILE IS ANexpression of who you are. It is that special thing that greets a friend, celebrates all of life’s joyful moments, and makes someone’s day that much brighter. We know how important your smile is to you and those around you. That’s why Dr. Davis and Dr. Goldbergare member's of the American Association of Orthodontists (AAO), so we can always provide the best and most up-to-date care to our patients!|
What Is The AAO?...[more]
Simple Steps To Keep Your Orthodontic Treatment On Track
Published on February 01, 2017
THE SUCCESS OF YOUR ORTHODONTIC TREATMENTis dependent on a number factors, like your orthodontist or how your teeth respond to braces. It’s important to remember however that a lot of it actually depends on YOU! So, what can you do to make sure you finish your treatment on time and finally get those braces off?
#1. Keep Your Appointments
We know it can be hard to have such frequent appointments when you are undergoing orthodontic treatm...[more]
A Brief History Of Dental Floss
Published on January 25, 2017
TODAY, FLOSSING IS Astaple of oral hygiene and health. But have you ever wondered when we started flossing?You might be surprised by the answer.
Flossing Is An Older Concept Than You Might Think
While we don’t know the exact beginnings of flossing, it looks like as long as food has been getting stuck in our teeth, we’ve used some type of interdental cleaner. Discoveries have been made that suggestcleaning between teeth was practice...[more]