Brushing for Clean Teeth

Brushing your teeth is the most important and effective method for teeth cleaning. Most dentists recommend you brush at least twice a day, but brushing after every meal is even better. Whether you choose electric or manual, select a toothbrush that allows you to easily clean all surfaces and in hard to reach areas. And don’t forget to replace your …

Dealing With Sensitive Teeth

Tooth sensitivity is a common dental problem that causes discomfort and pain. There are a few different ways to take care of your sensitive teeth.   Brushing too hard can wear down enamel, causing dentin (very sensitive part of tooth underneath the enamel) to become exposed. Gum recession. This often happens in people who suffer from periodontal disease. Cracked teeth. …

Kids vs. Brushing Teeth: How to Win the War

The struggle is real. Getting your young children to brush their teeth on a daily basis can be quite a challenge. But stress no more, because your friendly St. George family dentist has some creative ideas to help get your little ones excited about brushing. Personalize the Brushing Experience Letting your child pick out their own toothbrush and toothpaste at …