Coventry Dental Care Blog

HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHANGE YOUR TOOTHBRUSH?

It’s easy to know when to replace worn-out shoes or faded clothes because there are telltale signs that demonstrate to you when it’s time to throw them out. With rips, tightness, and faded designs, there are many ways to help you figure out when it’s

HOW THUMB-SUCKING AFFECTS CHILDREN’S TEETH

Dental care does not just start when we’re knowledgeable enough to know what not to do to our pearly whites. In fact, dental care starts as toddlers, which is why it’s important for a person no matter the age to come visit the local dentist.

TOP REASONS TO VISIT YOUR DENTIST FOR REGULAR CARE

If you haven’t come to see a dentist in quite some time, then it’s time for you to come visit us. Dental care is one of the most important ways to ensure your oral health is in tip-top shape. If you don’t visit a dentist,

ALL ABOUT FLOSSING

How many times has your dentist told you how important flossing is for dental care? Flossing is able to get the food out from between your teeth and ensure you don’t have cavities that form there. Flossing is a great dental care activity to ensure

ALLERGIES AND YOUR ORAL HEALTH

Have you ever thought about the correlation between allergies and your oral health? As allergy season starts up with a vengeance, it can be difficult to go about your everyday activities. For those who may not get serious allergies, you are still liable to experience

REDUCING STAINS ON TEETH

When you don’t practice the proper dental care, then you’ll find stains decorating your teeth along with other oral problems. Stains appear on your teeth mainly because substances from foods and drinks stick to the plaque or tartar that has settled on the surface of

CAUSES OF BAD BREATH

Even if you practice a strict dental care regimen, that doesn’t mean your breath is minty fresh. There are many people that have bad breath, and they don’t realize they do until someone brings it to their attention. Once they know, they can do something

DEALING WITH SENSITIVE TEETH

Have you ever taken a spoonful or bite of ice cream and found it was painful and hurt your teeth? If that is the case, you have cold sensitive teeth. There are two categories of cold tooth sensitivity (or intolerance). The first kind of cold

INFLAMMATION AND DENTAL HEALTH

Anybody can contract periodontal (gum) disease if they don’t brush and floss every day. Inadequate hygiene allows a thin film of disease-causing bacteria and food particles called plaque to build up. But while we’re all at risk for gum disease, some people are more so.

SEDATION AND CHILDREN’S DENTISTRY

You have heard the usual tips for good children’s oral health: brush your teeth twice daily, floss, use fluoride, avoid sugar, etc. These are common practices are to encourage good oral health. But what happens when dental care is neglected? What if a child takes