1. Top Dental Care Tips

    Oral Health Tips You Need to Know Taking care of your oral health should always be a priority and it’s important that you’re paying attention to the signs of oral health issues and doing your due …Read More

  2. Why Are My Teeth Turning Gray?

    What Happens When Teeth Turn Gray? Anytime you come across a problem with your teeth is a sobering moment. Nothing is scarier than the thought of losing your teeth, some would even consider it a night…Read More

  3. Why Oral Health is Important

    Take Control of Your Oral Health Taking care of your teeth offers many benefits. However, when our dental care goes by the wayside, many things can go wrong. Between cavities and decay, tartar and pla…Read More

  4. Proper Brushing Habits

    Brushing Tips from Our Dentist Just like many adults, you have a routine. You rise, you grab a cup of joe, and you make your way through your personal hygiene routine. From there, you’re out the doo…Read More

  5. What Does Schweichler Dental Care Have To Offer?

    It happened. You went to the dentist and had a less- than-satisfactory experience. You took a chance with an unknown dental clinic because you heard good things from your friends. But as you know, eve…Read More

  6. Foods That Are Good For Your Teeth

    As you work everyday to make sure that your body is in good health, you eat to fuel your body with the things it needs to be happy. Feeding your body the right things will bring certain benefits to yo…Read More

  7. Acidic Foods And Your Oral Health

    You wake up in the morning and begin your daily hygiene routine, you figure that brushing and flossing, and a little bit of mouthwash will do the trick when it comes to your oral health. Of course you…Read More

  8. Smoking And Your Oral Health

    Your Oral Health Is Affected By Smoking  We’ve all heard it before: smoking is bad for your health. And it’s true, the carcinogens in cigarettes are known to cause cancer, as well as a multitude …Read More

  9. Bruxism: What Can You Do About It?

    Ask Your Dentist About Bruxism You have always taken your oral care seriously. Flossing at least twice a day, as well as brushing. Not to mention the frequent visits to the dentist for regular cleanin…Read More