Memorial Day Foods Your Mouth Will Love

Memorial Day, the unofficial start to summertime. It’s a time to celebrate the America and everything it means to be free and to celebrate we stuff our face full of Barbeque food. As delicious are all the barbecued foods are, they’re also high in sugar and not that great for your mouth! Here are some great foods to put out that will not only be a delicious treat, but help your mouth stay fresh and healthy as well!

Getting a Wedding Season Ready Smile

It’s that time of year again, and whether you’re a “forever bridesmaid” again or coming up to your own wedding it’s important to have a nice, white smile for those hundred of photo that are coming your way! With a camera around every corner, it’s important to have white teeth that stay white no matter the situation.

Celebrate National Tooth Fairy Day!

As a child the tooth fairy was probably a very fond memory of yours. The all knowing magical fairy that swooped in during a traumatizing time of your life (well, maybe not for you but I was terrified of losing teeth) who took your teeth in exchange for money or small gifts. Sadly one day we grew up realized that it had been our parents or guardian all along.This taught us a great lesson though, kids love the tooth fairy! This February 28th spend some time with your children and have some fun teching them about the tooth fairy!

New Years Resolutions For Your Teeth

The New Year is almost here! With the mad dashes through malls and online shopping (hopefully behind us it’s time to look forward to the new year and on into the future. We have this funny little tradition of making “New Years Resolutions” that most people have given up on ever completing, but there’s no reason not to! A new year is the perfect time to look forward to bettering yourself and improving your overall health.

4 Oral Health Tips for the Holidays

It’s definitely winter out there now! The freezing temperatures, frosted windshields, and even the few flurries we’ve seen all point to this fact (as well as the calendar but who watches those?) With the winter comes some of our favorite, but also most harmful, foods and drinks. With sugary drinks like eggnog and hot coco and delicious holidays cookies and pies everything this time of year is out to get your teeth. Luckily there are a few good precautions you can take to ensure a nice healthy mouth this winter