1. Tips for Avoiding Cavities

    One of the worst things that you can hear when leaving the dentist’s office is that they found a cavity. Though you may have been tipped off by the sharp pain shooting through your teeth every now and again, it’s still a disappointment to hear during an appointment. What’s worse is when you ge…Read More

  2. Benefits of Water Flossing

    Gum health is one of the many concerns that a dentist will bring up during an appointment, and for a good reason. The overall health of your gums can affect the health of your teeth, the condition of your skin, and so much more. For that reason, flossing is something that many dentists remind their …Read More

  3. Benefits Of Dental Bonding

    Dental bonding is a cosmetic dental procedure designed to help perfect the shape and color of teeth that are misshapen, decayed, chipped, and discolored. The reason why it’s called, “bonding” is because artificial material is bonded to the tooth. It is one of the most affordable and convenient…Read More

  4. What To Look For In A Dentist

    Whether you move, your dentist retires from practicing, or whatever the situation, choosing a new dentist is a decision that should be taken seriously. When you’re looking for a dentist, you’re looking for more than just someone to clean your teeth. Your dental health is a vital part of your ove…Read More

  5. Preparing For Your Child’s First Dentist Visit

    TT: Preparing For Your Child’s First Dentist Visit - Contact Us | New City Family Dental Group Meta: Your child’s first dental visit can be a stressful endeavor. Not knowing how your child will react can be hard to prepare for. However, there are steps you can take to make your child’s first v…Read More

  6. Do We Really Have to Floss? Fact and Fiction

    Photo by boulter  The news made the rounds last year: according to the Associated Press, flossing has been dropped from the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. The move came after it was decided that the scientific evidence for flossing wasn’t strong enough to set national hygiene policy by it. I…Read More

  7. Microbes In Your Mouth: The Inside Scoop

    Photo by NIAID  Everybody knows that our mouth is filled with plaque. It’s one of the first things that you learn about when you learn dental hygiene– to protect your mouth, you’ve got to keep your plaque in check! What does ‘plaque’ actually mean? Well, for starters, although we’ve to…Read More

  8. What Should I Look For In Toothpaste?

    Photo by Arek Olek  How often do you think about toothpaste? If you’re like most of us, the answer to that question is, “not particularly often.” In fact, it may be one of those things you just grab out of habit, without much thought to which type of toothpaste you’ve picked. Like anything…Read More

  9. Green tea, healthy gums?

    There’s nothing quite like a good cup of tea on a lazy weekend morning. But did you know that the cup of green tea you’re drinking may help keep your mouth healthy? A recent study published in the Journal of Periodontology suggests that the tea in your mug might help keep teeth in your mouth. …Read More

  10. Why Smiles are Important

    Photo by be creator  One of the first things you notice when meeting someone (especially for the first time) is their smile. It is also one of the first things they notice about you. Your smile exhibits an inviting willingness to be friendly.  Knowing this, we can improve our smiles by displaying…Read More