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  • The Benefits of Adult Dental Sealants | Memphis Dentist

    The Benefits of Adult Dental Sealants | Memphis Dentist

    Although dental sealants are often associated with pediatric dentistry, they can be a beneficial option for adults as well. A dental sealant is a protective, plastic film that helps prevent tooth decay.  Even with at home oral health care, there are areas of the mouth that can be difficult to reach, making it tough to…

  • ​What to Expect at Your Child’s Dental Appointment​ | Dentist in Memphis TN​

    ​What to Expect at Your Child’s Dental Appointment​ | Dentist in Memphis TN​

    ​The American Dental Association recommends all patients to schedule routine six-month check-up exams. This is particularly important for growing children.  At your visit, we will screen your child’s mouth for tooth decay and gum disease. Regular professional dental cleanings are essential for a healthy mouth. During your child’s dental cleaning, we will gently remove any…

  • Look 10 Years Younger | Dentist in Memphis

    Look 10 Years Younger | Dentist in Memphis

    Your smile is one of the first things a person will notice when you meet.  If you would like to improve your smile with a simple procedure, teeth whitening may be a great option for you, especially if you have stained, dull or discolored teeth. Our dental office is providing teeth whitening services to new…

  • 4 Ways to Make Brushing Fun for Kids | Dentist Memphis TN

    4 Ways to Make Brushing Fun for Kids | Dentist Memphis TN

    As a parent, the best way to help ensure your child has a lifetime of healthy teeth is to help them establish great dental hygiene habits as they grow.  Here are some useful tips for keeping your child engaged by making dental hygiene fun:  Pick out a special toothbrush.  One great way to keep your…

  • To Floss or Not to Floss? | Dentist Memphis

    To Floss or Not to Floss? | Dentist Memphis

    By now, you have likely seen news reports questioning whether flossing is necessary for your oral health.  We want to answer your question right away with an absolute YES. Cleaning between your teeth is an essential part of caring for your teeth and gums.  Whether you use traditional string dental floss, a water flosser, an…

  • The White Stuff – Dentist vs. Do-It-Yourself Whitening | Dentist Memphis

    Just because you have the tools to do something yourself, doesn’t always mean you should. Things can go wrong, and they do. You probably know – or have seen – someone who has had an unfortunate interlude with boxed hair coloring. They look more like they lost a bet rather than made an innocent attempt…

  • Do whitening products actually whiten your teeth? | Dentist Memphis

    There is no doubt that fierce competition exists within teeth whitening products. But which one is best, and do they even work? Every consumer having pursued the quest for “pearly whites” has grappled with this question. Which product is the best? Is it worth the money? Below are some interesting facts for you to think…

  • How Decay Can Take Your Health Away | Dentist Memphis

    What is tooth decay, anyway? Simply put, it’s cavities. How are cavities created? By the bacteria in your mouth… everyone has bacteria in their mouth to some degree. As icky as that may sound, it’s true. And if your mouth is not regularly cleaned, those bacteria go to work making plaque. Then the plaque gets…

  • It’s OK to Be Needy and We Need You | Dentist Memphis

    Where would we be without our patients? A dentist without patients is like…an astronomer without stars, a sculptor without clay, a sailor without a ship, a florist without flowers…you get the idea. We need you as much as you need us. We are thankful for you, our valued customer, all year long, of course. But…

  • Why Are Healthy Teeth So Important? | Dentist Memphis

    Strong, healthy teeth help you chew the right foods which help you grow. Teeth also help you speak clearly and look your best! Taking care of your teeth helps prevent plaque, a clear film of bacteria or “Sugar Bugs” that stick to your teeth. After you eat, Sugar Bugs go crazy over the sugar on…