What are the Differences Between Dental Bonding and Veneers?

added on: January 22, 2020
Differences Between Dental Bonding and Veneers

If you have a smile you don’t like due to teeth that are discolored, chipped, misaligned, uneven, or gapping, you probably find yourself refraining from showing your teeth. Perhaps you smile with closed lips or you cover your mouth when laughing. It is likely that you unintentionally walk around with… Read More…


6 Holiday Healthy Teeth Tips

added on: December 17, 2019
Holiday Dental Tips Lutherville-Timonium

It’s that time of year where sleigh-bells are ringing, children are singing, and the last thing we tend to think about is our oral health. I mean, we’re pretty sure no one is sitting on Santa’s lap and asking for peppermint floss for Christmas. So why worry about our oral… Read More…

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Is Flossing Your Teeth Really Important?

added on: November 20, 2019
Flossing Lutherville-Timonium MD

Despite a rogue news report a few years ago, the benefits of regular flossing and brushing have generally been widely accepted. So, why do only 30% of Americans report flossing daily and even more (32%) admit to never flossing at all? Most likely it’s because while the obvious benefits of… Read More…

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The Importance of Gum Health

added on: October 22, 2019
Gum Health Lutherville-Timonium

Let’s see those pearly whites! You hear it all the time, but when was the last time someone wanted to see your healthy pink gums? Though they may be destined to play second fiddle to their white, show-stealing counterparts, gums are really the unsung hero of your mouth. Gingiva (i.e.,… Read More…

Posted In: Gum Disease

What Does Smoking Do to Your Teeth?

added on: September 18, 2019
Tooth Discoloration Timonium-Lutherville

14 of every 100 individuals age eighteen and over smoke in the United States, according to a 2017 Center for Disease Control report. This means 14% of America is lighting up! The Surgeon General has been warning people for decades, emphasizing that smoking is bad for your health. But what makes it bad for… Read More…

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How Often Should You Change Your Toothbrush

added on: August 28, 2019
Toothbrush TImonium-Lutherville, MD

Most people are surprised to learn that the average toothbrush contains over 700 kinds of bacteria. Fungi, viruses, and tiny microorganisms sit on the bristles of toothbrushes around the world, establishing a foundation for diseases to form. If the thought of bacteria dwelling on the toothbrush you routinely place in your… Read More…


Why You Should Stop Drinking Soda

added on: July 25, 2019
Protecting Teeth from Soda

Value your pearly whites? Enjoy the appearance of your smile? Then, it is in your best interest to stop drinking soda. Soda is a delicious treat. However, many people drink soda on a consistent basis. Most individuals don’t just stop with one! Some people may drink soda throughout the day… Read More…


Can You Get Cleaner Teeth by Chewing Gum?

added on: June 26, 2019
Gum Teeth Whitening Timonium-Lutherville

Basic on statistics, the United States is clearly a gum-chewing nation.  A startling 173.41 million people in the US chew gum. Chewing gum is valuable to your body and mind.   It can also help keep your teeth clean! Chewing gum is an enjoyable pastime for many, as you end up drifting into… Read More…

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Explore The Power of Dental X-Rays (And All They Do For You)

added on: May 16, 2019
dental x-rays

It’s very rare that a day goes by at our Timonium dental office where we don’t rely on the power of x-rays to help us plan for or even complete a case. We’re able to get a good look at everything from your teeth and gums to your jaw bone… Read More…


Your Smile Loves Calcium. Do You?

added on: May 8, 2019
foods with calcium

We all know the old advertising slogan – “Milk. It does a body good.” This is mainly in part because it’s rich in calcium, a nutrient that’s vital to helping your teeth and bones stay strong enough to last a lifetime. At our Timonium dental office, we always want you… Read More…


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