Why Chewing Ice is Bad for your Teeth

Using your teeth as tools is tempting sometimes, but it causes damage that you can’t see right away. When you chew on ice, you are causing extreme temperature and pressure changes, thus creating micro-cracks in your tooth enamel. It can chip your teeth, as well as cause gum injury, too.... Read more »

Chocolate and your Teeth

With Valentine’s Day in February, you might have received a delicious box of chocolates from your sweetie. Or maybe you just like to indulge in the occasional chocolate, regardless of Valentine’s Day. Well, did you know that chocolate can actually be good for your teeth? It’s true; your dentist is... Read more »

Cold Weather and Sensitive Teeth

With the cold winter months upon us, some have noticed their teeth being sensitive to the cold. While hot and cold sensitivity is common, there are things you can do to help relieve the pain of sensitive teeth. First, don’t brush too hard. Brushing aggressively can wear down the enamel... Read more »