Patient Guide

Choosing a toothbrush

Be selective about size, shape and bristles. Soft bristles are a must. The size and shape of your toothbrush should allow for easy access to each tooth. Make sure the toothbrush fits comfortably in your hand.

Replace your toothbrush often....

How to Brush Teeth

- Use short, back-and-forth and up-and-down strokes.
- Pay special attention to your gum line, back teeth and areas around any tooth filling or restoration you might have.
- Clean the inner and outer surfaces of your upper teeth first, and ...

Keep Your Brush at its Best

It is your number one weapon against tooth decay and oral health issues. Here are a few tips and tricks to keep your brush at its best:

- flushing your brush out with hot water and rubbing it gently with a finger, before and after clea...

Diet and Exercise Prevent Gum Disease

Exercise helps you maintain your weight and improve your dental health
It's already known that healthy eating can help build up your immune system. Eating healthy foods, such as fruits and vegetables, may also help remove dental plaque from ...

Get Milk to Fight Periodontal Disease

We all know that drinking milk at a young age helps us grow strong bones, but did you know that the ongoing consumption of dairy products also promotes periodontal health? Individuals who regularly consume foods containing dairy and lactic ac...

5 Reasons to brush your teeth before bed

1. Wake up fresher.
2. Protect your gums.
3. A sleeping mouth is a dry mouth that produces less saliva. that acts as natural barrier against tooth decay.
4. Avoid plaque build up.
5. Clear food debris.