As we age there are certain oral health concerns that become more prevalent. It’s crucial to take care of your teeth your whole life, but after the age of 55, your oral health needs can change and require more attention. Here are some common oral health concerns in seniors and some suggestions on how to help them.
It’s that time of year when visions of dessert, sugar cookies and candy canes are likely dancing around in the heads of your children. Despite their consumption of sugar, there are still many ways to minimize damage to their oral health and keep your kids in a healthy routine. Here are our tips to keeping your family’s teeth healthy over the holidays.
Have you ever stood in the toothpaste aisle looking at brand after brand, not knowing which one is right for you? There are so many toothpaste variations that it can be a more difficult shopping task than anticipated. At Dr. Molly and Dr. Carly DMD we want to make your oral health care a breeze, so we put together this guide to help you buy the right toothpaste.