Daily Health Tips

Daily Health Tips

Daily Health Tips

Travel Tips for Your Teeth
September 23, 2019

Travel Tips for Your Teeth

Having a healthy oral care routine is a lifestyle behavior usually practiced at home. However, on vacation or traveling abroad we neglect our healthy habits. Our Austin cosmetic dentistry offers refined habit forming travel tips to practice along your journey. During a 14 day period of creating a habit, visit a certified Austin cosmetic dentist […]

Benefits of Flossing Your Teeth
November 11, 2019

5 Surprising Benefits of Flossing Your Teeth

Benefits of Flossing #1 It Prevents Gum Disease. Flossing helps to remove plaque from your teeth that can harden and become tartar, which can lead to gum disease. Tartar can wear away at the enamel in your teeth and gum tissue and cause bleeding of the gums, which signifies gingivitis or even worse, periodontitis, has […]

closeup photography of woman smiling
November 25, 2019

Simple Ways to Strengthen Your Teeth

If you routinely have dental cleanings and check-ups at the Toothbar Cosmetic Dentist Downtown Austin TX, you’ll become aware of your dental health. At one of these check-ups, you might find out that the enamel on your teeth is wearing out, or diminishing for some reason. Tooth enamel protects your teeth from diminishing and causing […]

Electric vs Regular Toothbrush
December 9, 2019

Electric vs Regular Toothbrush

Having a healthy set of teeth and gums is definitely worth mentioning. When your teeth are healthy, the individual tends to feel healthier because there’s a direct correlation between your teeth and general health. Even if you were born with a great set of teeth, you should still do everything possible to maintain the health […]

red toothbrush
December 16, 2019

5 Dental Fads to Avoid

 Brushing with charcoal. Charcoal seems to be popping up everywhere—cosmetics, hair products, and toothpaste all promise to beautify and improve your look with this natural substance. Consider steering clear of charcoal-containing toothpaste, however, as it has not been approved by the American Dental Association. Non-activated charcoal is especially dangerous, as it is poisonous. Activated charcoal […]

Austin Preventive Dentistry
February 3, 2020

Reasons Why Brushing Your Tongue is Important

Why It Is Essential To Brush Your Tongue Cleaning your tongue may be one of those imperative things you easily forget or even shove it down your to-do list. Your mouth is relatively warm, wet, and dark, just the perfect conditions for bacteria to thrive. While keeping your pearls clean is critical, your tongue deserves […]

Austin Preventive Dentistry
February 24, 2020

Tips for picking the right toothpaste

Choosing toothpaste to maintain good dental health was once a simple matter. There were a few name brands that people picked, primarily on the basis of taste preference. Today, store shelves are filled with a wealth of choices, and sometimes, consumers can become confused by the various options. Austin Cosmetic Dentistry offers a brief rundown […]

Austin Cosmetic Dentistry
March 9, 2020

Easy Oral Care Tips for Kids

When Kids Have Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures Kids generally have teeth that look like they belong to kids. Biology designed it that way because adult teeth would not look right in a child’s mouth, nor would adult teeth fit. However, kids often have accidents or health problems that create unsightly and unhealthy visual markers on their […]

Austin Preventive Dentistry
March 23, 2020

Vaping and Oral Health

The practice of vaping has become increasingly popular in recent years. It is marketed as a healthy alternative to smoking cigarettes. While it’s true that vaping is free of the many harmful chemicals that are released by burning the tobacco leaves of cigarettes, it is far from a safe practice. In addition to other major […]

Austin Preventive Dentistry
May 25, 2020

Burning Mouth Syndrome: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Burning Mouth Syndrome, a condition that causes a burning sensation in the mouth, affects at least 2% of the world population, according to the American Academy of Oral Medicine (AAOM). The burning sensation can be felt on the whole mouth, but commonly the gums, palate, lips, and the inner parts of the cheek. The condition […]