The Answers to Commonly Asked Questions About Brushing

Many people have questions about brushing, which could lead to improper brushing routines and damaged smiles. If you have questions about brushing, it’s very important to find the answers. That way you can know all you need to know about properly cleaning and caring for your smile. To help you... Read more »

Learn More About Dry Mouth

Dry mouth is condition that occurs when there is an inadequate saliva flow in your mouth. It can leave you susceptible to several oral health risks This is because dry mouth limits your saliva production. Saliva hydrates your mouth provides disease-fighting substances and even neutralizes harmful acids that could potentially... Read more »

Bad Work Habits for Your Smile

If you want a top-notch smile and oral health, then you need to do all you can to keep your teeth and gums in tip-top shape. This means you need to keep your smile in mind at work. Unfortunately, there are bad work habits that can harm your smile. Our... Read more »

Your Oral and General Health Can Be Improved with Dental Visits

While the rule of thumb is that dental visits should happen every six months, our dentist may recommend that you schedule dental checkups more frequently if certain health conditions are affecting the quality of your smile. We want to emphasize the importance of dental visits and their impact on your... Read more »

Find the Answers to Questions About Dental Crowns Here

If you’re interested in helping your smile and oral health with a dental crown, then you probably have many questions about the restoration as well as the treatment. Well, you’re not alone. To help you know more about dental crowns in Wilmington, North Carolina, our dentist, Dr. Harrison Keith III,... Read more »

Use These Helpful Tricks to Keep Your Smile in Tip-Top Shape

Your dentist, Dr. Harrison Keith III, cares about you and your smile, which is why he encourages you to keep up on oral hygiene and your regular dental checkups. These things are very important for the oral health. There are also other tricks you can use each day to help... Read more »

Toothache Tips and Pain Relief

Often, toothaches are caused by tooth decay that has found its way deep into the pulp of the tooth, reaching the nerves. In most instances, the dentist can see you right away, but on occasion, you may have wait a few days for your appointment.The discomfort can range from a... Read more »

Tooth Health: Four Foods That Can Harm Your Teeth

You can help your teeth stay healthier and stronger by brushing twice a day and flossing once a day, along with seeing your dentist regularly for professional cleanings. Keeping plaque-the bacterial film that coats teeth and gums-away will help you fight tooth decay and gum disease. This is particularly important... Read more »

An Old and Distressed Dental Filling Might Lead to a Significant Dental Fracture

Dental fillings are often used to repair small cavities and minor physical defects that are limited to a tooth’s enamel layer. This helps to prevent further tooth decay problems, while also restoring the healthy structural integrity of the affected tooth. Unfortunately, dental fillings can also have a somewhat limited lifespan.... Read more »

Helpful Information About Water Flossers

Does an injury, medical condition or dental appliance make it hard for you to effectively floss your teeth? Do you ever wish there was another way? Good news: there is! Try a water flosser. Here are some basic facts about this product: - Water flossers will clean between teeth like... Read more »