Posts Categorized: Family Dentistry

October Is National Dental Hygiene Month!

October is National Dental Hygiene Month and to celebrate we will be spreading awareness about why dental hygiene is important. A strong hygiene routine can keep your teeth healthy and your smile lasting a lifetime. Ignoring dental hygiene can result in risky problems that cause a lot of pain both in your body and your… Read more »

Oral Health And Pregnancy

Pregnancy can be an awfully exciting time for a family. If you are a mother-to-be, want to be a mother-to-be someday, or just love someone who is expecting, it is important to know a few things about oral health and pregnancy. There are a lot of obvious ways that pregnancy can change a woman’s body,… Read more »

Why Brush And Floss At Bedtime?

Life gets busy and sometimes the everyday essentials end up taking the backseat. For example, you and the kids have a long day outdoors in Sheridan, WY, and you all fall asleep in the living room. Before going to bed, it can seem a lot easier to just skip the nighttime routine of washing your… Read more »

3 Reasons To Drink More Water

It seems like every advice article on staying healthy tells you to drink plenty of water. It can be good for your skin, your body, and your smile. Human bodies are made up of 60% of water, so staying hydrated is important. Hydration helps keep all of your bodily systems running smoothly, the nutrients distributed,… Read more »

Types Of Candy To Avoid This Easter

The New Year’s Resolutions may begin to fade away as another holiday traditionally adorned with treats comes up. With stores’ aisles full of pastels and brightly-colored candy, it can be easy to find yourself in a sugar overload. When it comes to candy or treats of any kind at any time of the year, moderation… Read more »

Do You Have Chronic Bad Breath?

Everyone deals with bad breath at some point in their lives. Many people experience morning breath, while some people experience chronic bad breath that doesn’t go away easily. While bad breath can be bothersome just on its own, not being able to get rid of it can make the situation much more stressful. Usually, dealing… Read more »

A Guide To Prevention

The most important part of keeping your gums and teeth healthy is preventing problems before they arise. Both gum disease and tooth decay are among the most common chronic conditions that Americans face, and both gum disease and tooth decay can be prevented. Issues that come up can be treated early to prevent the issue… Read more »

Facts You Should Know About Your Baby’s Teeth

Your baby’s current oral health can have profound effect on their adult teeth as well. You want to make sure that they have happy and healthy baby teeth now to help ensure that they have straight and healthy adult teeth in the future. What should you know about a baby’s teeth? What steps do you… Read more »

An Invisible Way to Straighter Teeth with Invisalign®

Perhaps it isn’t the fact that crooked teeth can mean trouble for your dental health, but rather the way they make your smile look that prompts you to want to straighten them. If so, then you may wish for a more discreet way to straighten them than with conspicuous metal braces. Fortunately, Invisalign® clear braces… Read more »

Interesting Facts About Chewing Gum

Eliminating bad habits that can harm your dental health is a great first step in restoring your smile’s youthful appearance. You have probably heard that chewing on any food which is sticky, or takes a while to chew is generally bad for your teeth. In the case of sugar-free chewing gum, this is actually not… Read more »