Start Off 2019 with These 3 Changes to Reduce Bad Breath

There are a lot of different causes behind halitosis, and there’s no one cure to remove all of them. Sometimes bad breath is just the result of coffee or a particularly pungent meal. But if you’re dealing with it regularly, it’s time to make some changes. Here are three lifestyle changes you can add to…

3 Ways to Reduce Teeth Sensitivity After Teeth Whitening

Some patients can be a little sensitive to whitening treatments and may hesitate to get it done. If it is something that you want, however, there are some ways to help reduce sensitivity so that you can get the beautiful white smile you’ve been wanting. Switch Your Toothpaste If you are whitening your teeth with…

Six Advantages of Wearing a Nightguard

At Exquisite Smiles in South Attleboro, MA, we want you to sleep comfortably throughout the night. We are here to sing the praises of nightguards, and we’ve got six ways you can use them to your advantage. Less Tension and Pain Nightguards are practical, lightweight, and comfortable. Your dentist will specifically design your nightguard to…

9 Common Ways to Get Bad Breath and How to Treat It

Bad breath is the cause of many embarrassing social situations. Even if you have good dental hygiene, you can still manage to have a problem with halitosis. Here’s how to get rid of “dragon breath” by looking at common causes and how to treat it. Toothpaste Does your toothpaste keep your teeth from yellowing? Does…

Best Ways to Get Rid of Bad Breath

There are many remedies or tactics for getting rid of bad breath, as well as improving the health of your teeth and gums. Many people face the problem of having bad breath, despite brushing their teeth regularly and as needed. The main cause of having bad breath is imbalances in your mouth bacteria. Luckily, there…

3 Ways to Keep Your Teeth Health Over the Holidays

The holidays aren’t just hard on your diet. All of the artificially-colored sweets, sugar, and wine can stain your teeth. The stress of dealing with fourth quarter work deadlines and incoming family can leave you grinding your teeth in the evening. Hectic schedules can also make it hard to stay on top of your healthy…

2 Office Tips for Reducing the Risk of TMJ

Many incidents of TMJ are exacerbated, or even outright caused, by stress in the workplace. Some it is because you have to physically clench your jaw to keep angry mutters slipping out. Part of it might be a tension headache caused by the overhead lighting. Slouching, propping your chin on your fist, and poor neck…

How to Get Your Caffeine Fix Without Staining Your Teeth

If you want to whiten your teeth before the holidays, there are a few steps you need to take and a few things you need to avoid. Talk to your dentist about healthy teeth whitening procedures; avoid over the counter bleaches and DIY creams. Keep up a healthy teeth-cleaning regimen; don’t overstress your teeth with…

3 Things You Can Do About Bad Breath Besides Brushing Your Teeth

Ideally, you want to get the bottom of your halitosis. Persistent bad breath can be a symptom of a lingering dental problem or an even more serious medical problem. But during the course of your day-to-day life, sometimes you just need a quick fix to keep going. Here are three things to help with bad…

Unexpected Symptoms of TMJ Disorder

Temporomandibular Disorder, more commonly known as TMJ, is characterized by pain in the jaw. The pain may be accompanied by popping or clicking noises, as well as a restricted range of movement. While these symptoms are what most people would expect to produce a TMJ disorder diagnosis, there are many unexpected symptoms also. If you…