Got Floss? With the Right Technique, Flossing is Easy

Got Floss? With the Right Technique, Flossing is EasyFlossing is perhaps one of the most widely misunderstood topics in the world of dental hygiene. However, if you want to do everything possible to safeguard your oral health, then it is a good idea to get started with flossing. Studies have shown that flossing correlates to a higher level of overall health compared to those who do not floss – not just a higher level of dental health. Read more

You Can Overcome Dental Anxiety and Have a Great Dentist’s Visit

You Can Overcome Dental Anxiety and Have a Great Dentist’s VisitDo you experience anxiety when you think about going to the dentist? Millions of people all around the United States have some feelings of trepidation or concern when it comes to their dental health.

Trustworthy, reliable dentists understand that you want a calm and relaxing environment when you see them. However, there are also steps you can take to help you reduce your dental anxiety.

Here are some important facts for you to know: Read more

Three Quick Tips to Strengthen Teeth and Gums Between Teeth Cleaning Visits

Three Quick Tips to Strengthen Teeth and Gums Between Teeth Cleaning VisitsEven if you brush your teeth every day and do everything you can to keep them clean, a professional teeth cleaning is still a good idea. Getting your teeth cleaned on a regular basis – at least twice a year – can significantly reduce the risk of cavities and gum disease. Read more

Making A Good Impression With A White Smile

Making A Good Impression With A White SmileYour smile is one of the most important parts of your appearance. People notice your smile within seconds of meeting you. You shower and wear clean clothes when out in public, so naturally you’ll to take the same care with your teeth. A white smile goes a long way in making a good first impression. Making your teeth look their best is not difficult if you follow some simple steps and practice good oral hygiene. Read more

Which Toothpaste Works Best For You?

Which Toothpaste Works Best For You?Good dental health depends on a number of factors. These factors range from oral care habits to diet and include such things as how you brush your teeth and what products you use in the course of your oral hygiene. In this post, we’ll examine one of these factors, toothpaste, and discuss the various options and types available. Read more

10 Tips For Better Teeth Care

10 Tips For Better Teeth CareWhen it comes to dental health care, you may be confused by many of the misconceptions surround the practice of good oral hygiene. You may even be engaging in activities that harm your teeth unknowingly. Fortunately, taking care of your teeth isn’t difficult, and with these 10 tips, you can improve your oral care and prevent painful conditions with your teeth down the road. Read more

Do You Have Good Dental Hygiene?

Do You Have Good Dental Hygiene?When it comes to your health, good dental hygiene is an essential but often overlooked component. Poor dental health can lead to other health problems as well as resulting in oral pain, expensive corrective procedures and even tooth loss. Fortunately, good dental hygiene practices are not a difficult habit to pick up. In this post, we’ll discuss the habits that make up good oral hygiene, some of which may be familiar to you and some of which you might have not of known. Read more

The Proper Method Of Flossing

The Proper Method Of FlossingAs the saying goes, anything worth doing is worth doing right. This is true in any undertaking, but particularly applies to dental hygiene. Done improperly, you could leave behind plaque and bacteria that can damage your teeth. In some cases, improper cleaning techniques could even damage your teeth and gums. Proper brushing and flossing technique is important to ensure plaque removal, prevent cavities and also to avoid painful injuries to your teeth and gums. In this post, we’ll focus on flossing, an often neglected part of oral care. Read more

How Often Should You Be Brushing Your Teeth?

How Often Should You Be Brushing Your Teeth?There are many steps to proper oral health care. Brushing, flossing, rinsing with a fluoride or anti-microbial mouthwash are all important steps in taking care of your teeth. Brushing your teeth is the single most important move you can make in protecting your teeth. You probably know the correct procedure for brushing, but may be confused as to how often you should do it. To answer this question, we’ll look at what happens when you eat or drink and what this means for your tooth health. Read more

Does Gargling Really Help?

Does Gargling Really Help?When it comes to health care, you will encounter a lot of conflicting information, especially on the internet. Dental health care is no exception to this rule. One subject that you may have not thought about is gargling? Is it effective? How exactly do you do it correctly? What should you gargle with? We at Community Dental Group will answer these questions and give you some pointers on how to better care for your teeth. Read more