Learn how to maintain good dental health during the Thanksgiving season with these six tips from Atkins & Anderson Family & Cosmetic Dentistry. From staying hydrated and brushing regularly to avoiding snacking and protecting your teeth, these tips will help you enjoy the festivities while keeping your smile clean and healthy. Don’t forget to schedule a post-holiday dental cleaning for a fresh start to the new year.
Today we will discuss some of the top reasons why bad breath happens and how to fix it. Gum disease, cavities, and dry mouth are the main culprits, but don't worry - there are solutions! Regular cleanings, dental treatments, and using alcohol-free products and gum can help freshen your breath.
Daily brushing and flossing your teeth isn’t enough to guarantee oral health. What you eat and drink also matters. So, which drinks are damaging to your teeth? And what are some healthier choices?
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01 Sep, 2023 |
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Going to the dentist isn’t what most people call ‘fun.’ But we grin and bear our annual dental visits because we know oral health is essential to our overall health. But if the thought of going to the dentist has your teeth chattering, you aren’t alone! Many people put off dental visits due to intense fear and anxiety about the experience.
We're excited to embark on this journey with you to achieve healthier and happier smiles. Flossing is an essential step in maintaining optimal oral health, yet it's often overlooked. This challenge is designed to not only encourage you to incorporate flossing into your daily routine but also to provide you with valuable tips and insights along the way.
Did you know your oral health greatly impacts your body’s overall health? Plaque accumulation can lead to serious health conditions like diabetes and cardiovascular diseases. That’s why you need to develop an oral hygiene routine beyond just brushing your teeth – a simple routine you can easily follow for the rest of your life.
Although your mouth will never feel as clean as it does after a cleaning appointment with your dentist, there are some things you can do to maintain that fresh feeling as long as possible. Here are 6 tips to help keep your teeth clean between your twice-a-year dental cleanings with Atkins & Anderson.
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17 Jan, 2023 |
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When it comes to choosing the right toothpaste, the choice can be overwhelming. Not every toothpaste is equal, so we’ll help you make the toothpaste decision that’s right for you. At Atkins & Anderson, DDS, we recommend these 7 toothpaste options that will not lead you astray.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and whether you’re celebrating with friends, or going out to dinner with your special someone, you want to feel confident about your smile. In fact, you want to feel good about your teeth every day for the rest of your life, right? The good news is you can show your mouth a little TLC and protect your smile for years to come.
Flossing your teeth is an important step in your dental hygiene. You can protect your teeth and gums from decay by removing bacteria and food residue when you floss at least once a day. Find a time of day when you have a few extra minutes to floss after brushing your teeth. To make sure you’re flossing the right way, we’ve simplified the process into six easy steps.