A few years ago, I realized that I was thinking about dental care all wrong. Instead of listening carefully to my dentist and making the necessary changes, I assumed that he was ultimately responsible for making sure that my teeth stayed healthy. Unfortunately, I developed a few serious cavities because I failed to properly brush and floss my teeth, and I knew that it was my fault. I decided to start taking notes at my dental checkups and carefully abiding by the dentist's orders. The difference was almost miraculous. This blog is all about working with your dentist to improve your result.
10 December 2015
Once the December holidays are over, it will be time to start thinking about your New Year's resolution. Approximately 45% of people make resolutions most years. If you are one of them, you might consider choosing one that will improve your dental health. Not only can a beautiful smile make you feel good about yourself, but good oral hygiene can make you less likely to develop gum disease, dental infections and maybe even heart disease.