Let’s admit it, we all have bad habits. Some of our habits are not so great for the health of our teeth. Carolina Dentistry at the StateLine has put together our top 5 worst behaviors for your teeth.
Should you be using a mouthwash? There are times when our skilled hygienist or dentist will recommend using a mouthwash in conjunction with brushing and flossing. Carolina Dentistry at the StateLine wants our patients to remember rinsing with a mouthwash will not take the place of brushing or flossing.
Let’s be honest everyone want’s a beautiful healthy smile. While you may have been told you have nice teeth, to maintain a healthy smile routine dental practices and care must be a priority.
A bright and healthy smile is important to your mental and physical health! It is not only important for chewing and speaking but also helps to give you confidence! Unhealthy teeth may be painful, result in eating softer less nutritious foods, negatively affect speech or cause low self-esteem.
It’s no secret that contact sports can result in injuries including those to the mouth. Recently a NBA player received an injury that left his tooth on the court. Dennis Schroder went on to the play the game. The question is what should you do if you lose a tooth?
Most of my teeth are crowns and/or implants, do I still need to have routine dental cleanings? This question has come up more than once at Carolina Dentistry at the StateLine. The answer is simply yes. In fact it is very important you have routine dental cleanings.
When it comes to tooth decay it is better to be proactive rather than to procrastinate. Why wait to repair a small filling for a relatively low cost rather than and ending up with a bigger issue? Carolina Dentistry at the StateLine believes in maintaining great oral health.
Flossing is one of the most important things to maintaining great oral hygiene. It is also one of the common areas that patients have little knowledge in. Do I really need to floss? Your toothbrush bristles are unable to remove plaque and debris between the teeth. Even the most diligent brusher cannot remove these particles. If these particles are …