Cavity Formation and Acid Erosion

Cavities are holes that form in the outer layer of your tooth (called enamel). The holes are dangerous, because they can expose the nerve endings and other soft tissues located inside the tooth, putting the tooth at risk for failure. These tooth holes form primarily due to acid erosion. Acid can come from both food and drink, as well as... read more »

Enhance Your Oral Hygiene with Dental Floss

Do you understand the importance of dental floss? Although brushing your teeth is highly touted as an essential oral health care treatment tool, flossing is just as important. You should always floss your teeth for at least 2 minutes every day. Furthermore, make sure you are flossing correctly. If you are using traditional threaded floss, make sure your product is... read more »