As you get ready for your day, look in your mirror, smile and ask yourself “does this spark joy?” This can be part of your spring cleaning routine. It’s time to get rid of any clutter, throw out broken or non-working items, and remember to get a breath of fresh air - literally or figuratively. … Continue reading Spark Joy In Your Smile
Do you consider your teeth as living things? They contain nerves and living tissues and our mouth constantly produces bacteria. They are always active with chewing, biting, talking, and grinding. Dental problems are hardly enjoyable, but on the bright side, most are preventable. Brushing twice a day, flossing daily, regular check-ups, and proper eating is … Continue reading How Much Do You Know About Your Teeth?
Time flies. We’re almost halfway through 2018. Which also means it’s the start of graduation and wedding seasons. How confident are you with your smile? It doesn’t matter if your big day is in weeks or months there are steps to take now. Have you ever thought about getting a smile makeover? The first thing … Continue reading Season to Smile
Did you know barbers were the go-to people for concerns about your teeth? In the past, they not only groomed your face but also extracted and whitened your teeth. It wasn’t until 1840 that the first college Baltimore College of Dental Surgery opened. Today, the United States has over 60 schools and dentistry is considered … Continue reading Modern vs Historical Dental Practices
Easter means many things to different families everywhere, but one thing that remains consistent is the appearance of candy! Whether it’s hidden in eggs or just passed around, it comes at a nice nearly halfway mark in the year from Halloween. Sweets make for some excellent treats, and there is no reason not to indulge … Continue reading The Dangers of Crunchy Munchies
Now that we are trying to adapt to writing “2015”, have you given any thought to a New Year’s Resolution? If you haven’t, it isn’t too late. And even if you have, you can never have too many! Typically, dental hygiene and dental aesthetics aren’t usually considered when it comes to reflecting on self improvement. … Continue reading Resolve to Improve Your Dental Health