Smile Center Dental

Don’t Forget to Brush and Floss During the Holidays

The holiday season is a fun time of the year and we sometimes neglect to take care of ourselves as we should. It is hard to say no to all the special, tempting foods this time of the year, so don’t worry too much about eating during the holidays, but don’t forget to brush and…

Warning Signs Of Gum Disease

It is hard to believe it is September already. At Smile Center Dental, we know that gingivitis can be difficult for a non-professional to recognize. Many individuals do not recognize the early warning signs, such as swollen gums and bleeding, as a symptom of gum disease. This month, a national campaign seeks to raise awareness…

Bad Breath? Here Are Some Tips To Help Get Rid Of It.

First impressions mean so much to so many people. It’s hard to overcome a bad first impression. Unfortunately, first impressions can be so much more difficult to overcome when you have bad breath. Bad breath, also referred to as halitosis, doesn’t have to ruin your life! Instead, strive to improve your dental hygiene and help…

Baby Teeth Need Attention Too

Brushing your child’s teeth should begin as soon as their first tooth comes in. In a recently published survey of parents in the United States, it was reported that approximately 63 percent of American parents do not begin brushing their child’s baby teeth at this time. Instead, most parents reported they waited until their child…

Summer Is Here! Replace Your Toothbrush And Schedule A Cleaning!

Summer is here and that means it is the perfect time to check in with your oral hygiene routine. The kids are out of school for the summer and you most likely do not have to rush to get them ready in the mornings. This leaves your family with a little extra time in the…

Smile Center Dental Featured On Univision

We our proud to be featured on Univision on talk about our practice. We pride ourselves on having a fluent Spanish speaking to help any of our patients. We make strides to be able to help anybody in the community.

Warning: Dental Instruments Can Be Harmful

The Academy of General Dentistry reports that there has been an increase in patients seeking dental treatment as a result of misusing dental instruments. The increase attributed to oral hygiene manufacturers. In recent years these manufacturers have begun to market over-the-counter dental tools to consumers who are not properly trained in their use. The Academy’s…

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