Instructions on How to Properly Rinse With Mouthwash

Your doctor, Dr. James McAllister, encourages you to include rinsing in your oral hygiene routine. It’s best to rinse with antibacterial or fluoride mouthwash that has been approved by the American Dental Association. Make sure to rinse at least once a day. To help you rinse properly, he has the instructions you need, which are: -Pour 4 teaspoons (20 millimeters)... read more »

Improve Your Routine by Knowing These Oral Hygiene Secrets

If you think you have the perfect oral hygiene routine, think again. There is always room for improvement. Little did you know, there are oral hygiene secrets that can help you have the top-notch oral hygiene routine your smile needs. Our dentist, Dr. James McAllister, wants you to have the effective and successful routine you desire, so he would like... read more »

A Tongue Cleaning Can Help Reduce Bacterial Bad Breath

Bad breath can result from several different causes. Halitosis related to a medical issue or a dry mouth side effect might require the help of your primary physician. However, many instances of chronic bad breath can be attributed to plaque buildup and bacteria in the mouth. One easy way to reduce an issue like this is to include a thorough... read more »

Dental Implants Are a Wonderful Solution to Tooth Loss

Dental implants are a wonderful solution to tooth loss, for a multitude of reasons. Thanks to advances in technology, you can now have teeth replaced that can blend in perfectly to your natural, surrounding teeth. Beyond their aesthetic beauty, they also offer the following benefits: - Each implant can be custom crafted to fit your needs (including size, shape, color,... read more »

How to Address Gingivitis

As most people know, gingivitis is something you should try to avoid altogether. However, do you know what gingivitis actually is? Or what it can do to your teeth? Similarly, did you know that you could have it and not even know? You see, if plaque isn’t removed, it will eventually turn into tartar. Unfortunately, tartar usually builds up is... read more »