Need a little “brush-up” on brushing and home care?

Check out this informative video from the ADA.   Brushing your teeth is an important part of your dental care routine. For a healthy mouth and smile the ADA recommends you: Brush your teeth twice a day with a soft-bristled brush. The size and shape of your brush...

Avoid Halloween Candy Overload with Switch Witchery

The scariest part of Halloween is the prospect of her little one munching his way through his enormous candy haul. The good news: The solution just flew in on her broomstick. By Debbie Koenig I’m inviting the Switch Witch over for Halloween this year, but she...

Government, ADA recognize importance of flossing

August 02, 2016, By Michelle Manchir Cleaning between teeth with floss and the use of other tools such as interdental brushes is an important oral hygiene practice and, along with professional cleanings and tooth brushing, has been shown to disrupt and remove plaque,...

Crest Healthier Smiles Project | Shakespeare

TOOTH PAIN IS NO REASON TO MISS OUT ‘Tis a fact. When ye teeth hurteth, thy grades suffereth. Translation: Kids with poor oral health are nearly 3X more likely to miss school. * Luckily, poor oral health is preventable with a good oral care routine that starts with...