Between bills, house payments, and putting food on the table, it’s easy to let your oral health fall by the wayside out of money concerns. Here at Silver Sage Dentistry, we make sure everyone can get the dental healthcare they need and deserve. Don’t have insurance? No problem! We offer an in-house dental savers plan that can help you and your family save 30-50 percent off on select dental services such as routine checkups, cleanings, root canals, and even braces! But ...
If you want a healthy and sparkly smile, stay away from the following 5 drinks:
One of the most common tooth decay culprits is soda. This is because of the high acid and sugar content. Acid and acidic sugar byproducts soften the tooth enamel and can eventually lead to tooth decay or even tooth loss. Soda consumption in the United States is particularly high. Try to limit your soda intake as much as possible.
You might want to rethink that morning cup of ...
Are you having trouble getting a good night’s sleep? Have you been noticing abnormal changes in your oral health? These issues may be connected! There are a number of ways that conditions related to your oral health could be disturbing your sleep patterns, and vice versa:
Ever wake up with a sore jaw and wonder what you possibly did in your sleep to feel that way? Chances are, you’re grinding your teeth while you sleep. Being under stress and anxiety can ...
It’s totally possible to have a brighter smile without damaging your teeth, but many people resort to unsafe, at-home methods when it comes to teeth whitening. Instead of home remedies, we'll go over some safe ways to achieve a whiter smile.
Who Is Teeth Whitening for?
Teeth can become yellow for a variety of reasons, such as poor diet, smoking habits, certain medications, or plain genetics. Anyone who has a stained or yellowed smile is a good candidate for teeth whitening no matter ...
Remember the excitement of losing your baby teeth when you were younger? You probably didn’t realize that the new set of teeth growing in their place would (hopefully) be with you for the rest of your life. As we get older, it becomes increasingly important to take particular care of our oral health. And it’s no longer exciting to lose a tooth. Here are just a few ways you can maintain good oral health as you get older, and why it’s ...