The Tooth Fairy Gets Kids Brushing

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

The Tooth Fairy comes to mind when a child loses a tooth, but did you know the fairy can also help promote good brushing habits? Some stories say that fairies use the best teeth to build their queen’s castle, while teeth of lower quality are ground up to pave the... Read more »

What You Should Know About Your Teeth and Aging

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

Did you know that there are a few things you should do if you’d like to protect your oral health. For instance, you’ll need to brush your teeth every day and visit our team twice a year. Still, as you get older, there are several things to do to keep... Read more »

Keep Frightening Cavities Away This Halloween

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

This Halloween season, don’t get spooked by cavities or gum disease. Instead, why not use these tips and tricks to keep your smile healthy this spooktacular season? · Remember to brush your teeth regularly. Brushing at least twice a day for two minutes a day will help you keep your... Read more »

The Best Oral Hygiene Techniques to Use Regularly

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

Oral hygiene in Mill Creek, Washington, is extremely important, especially if you want to have a strong, healthy, and beautiful smile. However, it’s only effective if you have the right techniques included in your daily routine. To help you have the best oral hygiene routine possible, our Mill Creek General... Read more »

Flossing Reduces Your Chances of Developing Periodontal Disease

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

Periodontal disease, more commonly known as gum disease is an infection and inflammation of your gums. Periodontal disease is primarily caused when residual food particles and plaque are not effectively cleaned from your teeth and along the gum line. While brushing your teeth with a soft bristled tooth brush and... Read more »

Hardened Tartar Promotes Periodontal Disease

Posted by & filed under Uncategorized.

It is estimated by the American Dental Association estimates that approximately 47% of adults over age 30, have some form of periodontal disease. At the same time the Centers for Disease Control also reports that that 64% of people over age 65 have moderate to severe periodontal disease. Hardened tartar... Read more »