What is Involved in a Dental Checkup?

It’s important to attend your dental checkup every six months. This is because it’s vital for a strong and healthy smile. Without it, your teeth, gums, and oral health can be vulnerable to many dental issues. Fortunately, your dental checkup involves everything you need to maintain the top-notch smile you... Read more »

Toothpaste Can Help Clean and Strengthen Your Teeth

The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth twice each day. Along with flossing at least once each, it forms the foundation of an effective and consistent daily oral hygiene routine. Applying a small amount of toothpaste to your soft-bristled toothbrush helps make it more effective for cleaning... Read more »

The Best Toothpaste for Your Child’s Smile

If you’re looking for the right toothpaste for your child, it’s important to look for certain characteristics and ingredients. That way you can be sure that your child is cleaning their smile with the proper and effective paste they need to have healthy and strong teeth. Fortunately, our dentist, Dr.... Read more »

Back-to-School Snacks for Kids

We all want our child’s teeth to be healthy and strong. It’s important to remember that health starts with what we eat! Here are some kid-approved mouth healthy snacks for healthy smiles. Fruit: Fruit is a great way to add natural sweetness to a child’s diet! Fruits contain fiber, which... Read more »

A Missing Premolar Can Affect Your Mouth in Several Ways

Your premolars exist in the area between your front teeth and the molars in the back of your mouth. These important teeth play a wide range of roles. They help to bite off hard and tough foods while also aiding molars in chewing and grinding. When a premolar is lost... Read more »

Make the Most of Your Oral Health Care Cleaning Products

Did you know that you should replace your oral cleaning tools every few months to prevent contamination and wear from minimizing the effect of your cleanings? Replacing your toothbrush when needed is required to ensure you continue to get the proper cleaning each day for your oral health care. Make... Read more »

TMJ Disorder Treatment Often Starts with Minor Lifestyle Changes

TMJ disorder is often used to describe chronic discomfort, pain, or dysfunction in the temporomandibular joints that hinge your jaw. Common symptoms include discomfort or a dull ache in front of the ears or temple. This might also be accompanied by a clicking sensation in the joint or discomfort when... Read more »

The Oral Health Basics of Cold and Flu Season

Did you know that various health disorders including colds and the flu can directly influence your oral health? For a better understanding of the basics of oral health care during cold and flu season, listed below are some important facts: - Never brush your teeth immediately after being sick if... Read more »

Flossing Is an Important Element of Maintaining Good Oral Hygiene

The American Dental Association offers several recommendations for maintaining good oral hygiene and maintaining oral health. This starts with an effective daily oral hygiene routine, founded on brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing in the evening. It’s generally best to floss after you’re done eating for the day... Read more »

Your New Set of Dentures Needs to Be Cleaned Each Day

The new set of dentures created for you by Drs. Sapp and Sapp at H.T. Macon Sapp, DDS have been designed to mimic the function and appearance of your missing teeth. While the mouthpiece is created from durable materials that will not succumb to bacterial tooth decay, you will still... Read more »