Chewing gum is a great way to refresh the mouth, keep your mouth busy, and enjoy great flavors without ingesting a ton of calories. However, you may be worried about whether gum can cause problems for your oral health. Well, there's great news: chewing gum can actually improve your oral health. Here's what you need to know about what chewing gum can do for you.Read more
Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry procedures today. There are many reasons for that, with one of the biggest being that a dark or discolored smile can really destroy your self-confidence. Fortunately, you've got a safe, fast, and cost-effective way to get your teeth white at Artistic Touch Dentistry™. Once your teeth are white and bright, you can maintain great results all year long with a few simple tips.Read more
How to Whiten Your TeethTeeth whitening at Artistic Touch Dentistry™ is customized for your needs. You can whiten your top arch, your bottom arch, or both depending...
Do you have difficulty flossing or remembering to floss each day? If you do, you’re not alone. Many individuals do not floss daily or at all, due to the time and effort it takes to string the floss between every tooth and move it up and down to loosen plaque and food particles. However, our dentist has put together a few tips and tricks to help make flossing easier and more convenient for you.Read more
1. Choose the Right Floss for YouThere are many different types of flossing products on the market. If you find one product to be tedious or too...
It is obvious from the name that an appointment for a professional dental cleaning focuses on cleaning your teeth, but so much more happens during this type of appointment. Curious about what exactly is being done during your dental cleaning? We have the answers for you. Inspection of the Teeth and Gums Many dental problems, such as gingivitis, gum disease, and cavities, are asymptomatic. That means you could have these problems and never know it. Luckily, your dentist or dental hygienist starts your appointment for a professional dental cleaning by conducting a brief examination of your...Read more
Dentures, like almost all aspects of the dental industry, have improved over the years. If you get dentures now in 2019, you no longer are you stuck wearing uncomfortable, ill-fitting dental appliances that can slip and move around. The dentures are you get in 2019 are strong, sturdy, and look just like real teeth. Why People Didn’t Like “Older” Dentures “Older” dentures, which we consider to be dentures that were created 15 or 20 years ago, offered people the opportunity to replace missing teeth, but they were nothing like real teeth. Not only did they look...Read more