Ways to Prevent Gum Disease

Do you want to know what can help you keep gum disease away? We have a few tips that can help you with this goal. Know that anything that keeps plaque away can be beneficial for you. Plaque is what causes gum disease because it is made of bacteria. If given the chance, the bacteria will work their way into... read more »

What is the Source of Your Bad Breath?

Do you know the source of your bad breath? If not, then our dentists, Drs. Johnston and Rosenman with Dental Arts Of Blue Bell in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, may be able to help you! There are many reasons bad breath can plague your smile. That is why we have provided this information on the common causes of bad breath. Oral... read more »

Holiday Dentistry: Mouthwash

Mouthwash is a highly effective oral health care cleaning product to use to keep your smile safe from plaque buildup and residue. However, numerous forms of mouthwash exist only to enhance and freshen your breath. These are known as cosmetic mouthwashes. However, if you wish to reduce plaque, gingivitis, cavities, and even help treat bad breath, a therapeutic mouthwash can... read more »

Causes of Halitosis

Bad breath, which is also referred to as halitosis, is a big downer in social situations. Sometimes having bad breath just indicates that you need to brush your teeth or use a mint, but that is not always enough. Read on for some of the most common causes of bad breath: Dental Problems Bad breath is often caused by gum... read more »

You Can Keep Gingivitis and Tooth Decay From Taking Over Your Smile

Brushing your teeth every day is crucial to your oral health. And believe it or not, flossing is no less vital. This is because flossing reaches those areas between the teeth and around the gumline that brushing simply cannot. Without flossing those areas, gingivitis and cavities can take over your smile.   According to Clinical Microbiology Reviews, dental plaque is... read more »

Teeth Facts You Might Not Have Known

Your teeth have been your partners in crime for many years, helping you eat, talk, and smile. You probably know a thing or two about teeth after all these years, but some of us still have some things to learn. In fact, there are many mysterious facts about your teeth that you might not know! The first fact is that... read more »

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