When to Toss the Toothbrush
Toothbrushes should be replaced every three or four months. Vigorous brushers might need to replace their toothbrush even more frequently. Why? Worn out bristles become less effective at cleaning. Plus, frayed and loose bristles can get caught in between your teeth.
Keeping Your Toothbrush Clean
To keep bacteria from growing on your toothbrush, you’ll want to rinse it well after using it. Store it in an upright position in a toothbrush holder. Putting a wet toothbrush in a case ...
Dental anxiety happens to everyone from time to time. Fear of dental procedures, long appointments, or discomfort during a treatment can all cause nervousness. That’s why Savannah Dental Care strives to put comfort, convenience, and ease at the forefront of every patient interaction we have. From our friendly team, to sedation options and technology that cut down on time and discomfort, we aim to make you as comfortable as possible. If you’re curious about what you can do to deal with ...
With school starting back up, life can be a bit hectic trying to balance everyone’s busy schedules. It’s important to establish a healthy dental hygiene routine for the entire family to help avoid unnecessary visits to the dentist throughout the school year. Here, we’ll explore some tips and tricks for a healthy smile.
Wear Protective Mouth Gear
Protective mouth gear is an easy way to avoid dental emergencies and gradual damage to your teeth. During physical activity and athletics, it’s important that children ...
Many people don’t think twice about a dental emergency until they are faced with one. Knowing how to handle an emergency case can lower your stress if and when the time does come. We have compiled a list of common emergencies and their best practices to better prepare you for a dental emergency.
Contact Your Doctor Immediately
The most critical thing to do when you’re experiencing a dental emergency is to contact your dentist. Know your doctor’s emergency policy and keep their information ...
We know that eating certain foods can cause acne, so is it really a surprise that your oral health also has a major impact on the health of your skin?
What Is Acne?
Acne occurs when oils and dead skin cells clog hair follicles on your face and body. Although some people believe that acne solely occurs during puberty or is only brought on by eating sugar, neither is entirely true. Many adults suffer from acne too, and poor diet isn’t its ...