Should I Consider Using a Water Flosser?

Water flossers offer numerous benefits. They help remove plaque and food particles from those-hard-to reach areas between your teeth, reducing the risk of tooth decay, periodontal (gum) disease, and bad breath (halitosis). Learn more about water flossing and why it may be a good option for you.  How Do Water Flossers Work? Flossers, also known […]

How Can Acid Reflux Affect My Oral Health?

Most people have had a brush with acid reflux or heartburn, whether it’s from a favorite pizza or a loaded, juicy burger. If, however, you’ve been experiencing heartburn regularly, you may be at risk of a host of serious complications. Here’s a look at acid reflux and the threat it poses to your oral health. […]

How Can Pregnancy Affect My Oral Health?

Pregnancy is a busy time filled with doctor’s visits, setting up the nursery, and getting ready for your little one’s arrival. With all the changes in your life, it’s essential to keep in mind that you’re more at risk of developing dental problems during this time. Your trusted team at Dental Care of Greensboro looks […]

Is Vaping Harmful to My Oral Health?

Everyone knows that smoking is detrimental to your oral and overall health. So is vaping any healthier? Studies show that vaping is in no way better than smoking. Unfortunately, an increasingly alarming number of teens and adults are under the false impression that vaping is a harmless alternative to smoking. Learn more about the impacts […]

Why Are Dental Cleanings So Important to My Overall Health?

Dental cleanings do a lot more than keep your smile white and bright. They can reflect on your overall health too. Your trusted team at Dental Care of Greensboro recommends twice a year preventive visits for patients with healthy teeth and gums, and in some cases, may recommend more frequent care. How Do Dental Cleanings […]

What Is Periodontal Disease and How Effectively Can It Be Treated?

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a chronic and potentially serious condition that affects more than 50 percent of Americans age 30 and older. It is the number one cause of tooth loss in adults and has been linked to an array of serious health problems. That is why we, at Dental Care […]

How Pregnancy Affects Your Oral Health

Pregnancy is a magical time filled with excitement, visits to the doctor, hospital tours, and setting up your baby’s nursery. Your body will experience a lot of changes, and your mouth is no exception. We, at Dental Care of Greensboro, would like to congratulate you on the expected arrival of your little one and are […]