Dental Benefits of Tea

Tea is often touted for its various health benefits, and that includes the good it can do for your teeth. So go ahead, brew a nice, warm cup of tea and read on to learn how it’ll help your oral health. Go Green If you’re looking for a tea with tooth-saving powers, stick to green … Continued

Are Bad Teeth Genetic?

We all know that genetics determine quite a bit about us. Whether you’re certain you’ve inherited your father’s chin or convinced that you’ve got your grandmother’s eyes, your genes are responsible for much of your appearance. One less obvious way that genetics influence how you look is through their impact on your teeth. Genetics Determine … Continued

Consequences of Thumbsucking in Children

Young children have many ways to soothe themselves as they develop. Using pacifiers and thumbsucking are two ways that are most common. Although this is harmless when they are babies, after their teeth come in, sucking can present problems for teeth and mouth. Read our blog post to learn about the dental consequences of thumbsucking.

What Happens If I Don’t Brush My Teeth?

Read our blog post to learn about what will happen to your oral health if you neglect to brush your teeth. We talk about how bacteria grow on teeth, cause gum disease, and can negatively affect your overall health. Contact us for tips on improving your oral care routine!

Remedies for Bad Breath

Don’t let bad breath cramp your style. There are many different home remedies out there you can try to get rid of foul-smelling breath! Stop by our blog post to learn more, and contact our dental practice if you need help treating halitosis.

McNeely Family Dentistry