Entries by CommunityDentalGroup

I Brush And Floss. Now What?

Let’s say that you’ve got the classics covered: you brush at least twice per day and use a toothpaste with all the trimmings, you floss at least once per day, and you visit the dentist every six months like clockwork. But is that all you have to do? There are a wide variety of dental […]

Can You Eat Your Way To Healthy Teeth?

There is no substitution for brushing and flossing, but there are several foods that can make, or break, the health of your teeth and gums. Everyone knows that sugar is public enemy number-one, but there are plenty of good foods (and beverages) out there that can help you get one step ahead on your good […]

What Makes A Toothbrush Smart?

It seems like all of our tools and appliances are getting smarter these days. By adding tiny sensors and cameras to an object and connecting to your phone with Bluetooth, just about everything in your home can gather and analyze more information than ever before. And as it turns out, your electric toothbrush is no […]

What Defines Digital Dentistry?

Computers have revolutionized just about every industry there is. Computers let you send emails instead of letters, order products online and have them delivered to your door, and create HD videos for an international audience. Now that 3D printing is taking off, computers are having a big impact on the field of dentistry. But what […]

Make Your Mouth Shine By Washing And Rinsing

Walking down the dental aisle of any store can leave you a bit overwhelmed. There are many choices for toothpaste, toothbrushes, and even dental accessories (floss threader, anyone?). Mouthwash, however, should be an easy one; pick a bottle and go, right? Not so fast. Not all mouthwashes are created equal; some are mouth rinses and […]

How To Choose A Great Dentist

Dentists get a bad rap; people are often nervous, scared, or downright terrified at the mention of them. While seeing a dentist might not evoke warm-fuzzy feelings in everyone, a dental visit will become a necessity in everyone’s life at some point.

Dentures And Implants Still Need Oral Care

Sometimes when people get a replacement tooth like dentures or a dental implant, an artificial crown, or a veneer, they decide that because the tooth isn’t natural enamel they don’t have to give it the same amount of care and attention. In many cases they have to care for their replacement tooth either way: after […]