“How Can I Improve My Smile?”
added on: January 8, 2018

Are you unhappy with the way your smile looks? You’re not alone. According to the American Association of Orthodontics, more than one third of U.S. residents don’t like their smiles. But our dental office in Doylestown has some good news: you don’t need to live with a smile you don’t like! Thanks to advancements in Read more…


Drinking Wine: Good for the Heart, Bad for Teeth?
added on: December 19, 2017

Most of us have heard that drinking red wine may have heart-healthy benefits. And while there’s still some debate on just how true that is, you may find it surprising that there may just be some oral health benefits to partaking in glass every now and then. Our dental office in Doylestown explores these potential Read more…


4 Ways to Beat Bad Breath
added on: December 8, 2017
kissing under the mistletoe

Bad breath can be caused by any number of things. But it can be embarrassing, and gum or mints only go so far in covering it up. Instead of masking the issue, our dental office in Doylestown has a few tips on how to solve the problem once and for all. The Best Ways to Read more…

Posted In: Blog, Prevention

Show Your Teeth Some Appreciation This Thanksgiving
added on: November 21, 2017

Thanksgiving is day dedicated to giving thanks for all that we have in our lives. The typical thankful sentiments of life, health, family, and friends usually top the list. This Thanksgiving, the team at our Doylestown dental office wants to give you one more thing to be thankful for, something that’s typically overlooked: your teeth. Read more…


Top 7 Ways to Protect Yourself This Flu Season
added on: November 8, 2017
couple with the flu

  Nobody enjoys the threat of the flu lurking everywhere this time of year. But with the right precautions you can protect yourself and your family and reduce your risk of contracting the flu. Our dental office in Doylestown has put together a guide to help you avoid the flu and keep you healthy all Read more…


Are Root Canals as Scary as they Sound?
added on: October 23, 2017
root canal model

Root canals have an unnecessarily bad reputation of being painful, which causes many people to be afraid of the treatment. However, the team at our dental office in Doylestown wants to ease any concerns you may have about root canals and hopefully relieve any apprehension. Do Root Canals Hurt? There’s been a lot of talk Read more…


The Halloween Candy Guide for Those with Braces
added on: October 9, 2017

With Halloween just around the corner, we hope all of our patients and neighbors are ready for a night of ghouls and ghosts, witches and wizards, and tricks or treats. When it comes to those treats, the team at our dental office in Doylestown has a few pointers for what may be best left behind, Read more…


What You Do At Work May Be Harming Your Teeth
added on: September 19, 2017
workspace covered with snacks

When we spend as much time as we do at work doing similar responsibilities every day, we are bound to develop habits. Some workplace habits like diligently checking emails or reserving a block of uninterrupted time to get work done can be beneficial and make for an efficient employee. However, other things we tend to Read more…


Top 5 Causes of Tooth Pain
added on: September 11, 2017
woman with tooth pain

We all know the feeling associated with tooth pain. You take a sip of your hot morning coffee and immediately feel a zing of pain. You clench your teeth and get a sharp jolt that makes you wince. Or perhaps you have a constant toothache that just won’t go away. No matter which type of Read more…


Can Probiotics Help Keep Your Mouth Healthy?
added on: August 27, 2017
woman wearing probiotics tshirt

When we think of probiotics, we typically think of how they can aid in keeping the stomach healthy. But at our dental office in Doylestown, we became aware of how some probiotics can assist oral health, too. Let’s take a closer look at the research that supports the idea that probiotics can help keep mouths Read more…

Posted In: Blog, oral health

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