Tag: <span>American Dental Association</span>


Can Flossing Help Prevent Tooth Decay?

Most people do not floss regularly. However, dentists advise that patients perform this oral health task daily. It is a way to remove plaque or trapped food from between teeth. Recent scientific studies have analyzed whether or not flossing can help to prevent tooth decay. Articles have been circulating in the Associated Press that reports...


Why Is It Important to Receive Annual Dental X-Rays?

To maximize your oral health, we recommend a yearly set of x-rays to accurately diagnose and treat problems that cannot be seen with the naked eye. When a problem is detected early, it will prevent more serious issues from occurring. Most commonly, dental x-rays reveal cavities that may be present in the teeth. Also, it...


The Importance of Proper Dental Care During Pregnancy

During pregnancy, a mom-to-be visits her gynecologist regularly. It is also important for her to consider her oral health. Statistically, mothers with gum disease have an elevated risk of giving birth early or having a baby with a low birth weight. As hormones change, other problems may develop as well. It is essential to understand...