Category Archives: Dental Cleaning


General Dentistry Ardmore PA

Could Your Toothbrush Up Your Oral Hygiene Game?

We’re approaching another new year, and you know what that means – resolution time! Some people love making their New Year’s resolutions. Doing so provides the opportunity to set a specific intention and achieve the desired outcome. If you’re not sure what you want to resolve to do this coming year, consider how you can… [Read more]


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Is a Waterpik as Good as Floss for Oral Health?

Oral care is a daily practice that we are all encouraged to perform with great care. Because it is a daily habit, though, it is very easy to fall short of the intended goal. Many of the people we meet are consistent in their brushing routine; morning and night pretty much every day. Flossing, on… [Read more]




Your Mouth is Telling Secrets

You know that your dentist is primarily concerned with how well your teeth and gums fair as you go through life. Routine dental visits are performed as a way to prevent unhealthy dental conditions, to treat any problems that may have developed, and sometimes to repair a cosmetic issue. You may not have imagined that… [Read more]


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Reasons You Need to Floss

You are undoubtedly aware of the need to floss. Even if you don’t think about it on a daily basis, you certainly do when the time comes to sit in the dental chair. Just in case you didn’t know, your dentist and hygienist can tell if flossing is a priority even without asking. Also, it… [Read more]



5 Tips to Keep You Cavity-Free During the Holiday Season

With all of our wonderful holidays right around the corner, you may already find yourself dreaming of pumpkin pies, toffee, and sugar cookies. While there is nothing wrong with indulging during the holidays and sinking your teeth into something sweet and delectable, we all know that lingering sugar can wreak havoc on your teeth. With… [Read more]


Causes of Cavities

Cavities are an all-too-common dental problem. Despite being the hardest substance in the human body, your teeth remain vulnerable to decay. Tooth decay is the cause of cavities, and can affect both the inner and outer layers of the tooth. Decay is most often the result of carbohydrates – such as milk, bread, and sweets… [Read more]


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