How to Disinfect Your Toothbrush

You probably use your toothbrush every day to scrub plaque and bacteria off the surface of your teeth and tongue. While your mouth is left much cleaner after a thorough brushing, your toothbrush now carries the germs and residue from your mouth. Your toothbrush is also probably stored in the bathroom, where bacteria can linger…

Is It Worse to Skip Brushing Your Teeth or Flossing?

Which one is more important? Oral health is important to your general health and well-being. The American Dental Association (ADA) advises you to brush your teeth for two minutes, twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush. The ADA also recommends flossing at least once per day. But is brushing or flossing more important? Brushing vs. flossing Brushing…

Dr. Robert Faine DDS

A Chipped Tooth Is Common & Fixable!

Chipping a tooth is actually very common for adults and children alike, and they’re notably easy to achieve. Although teeth are the strongest part of the human body, it only takes a little bit of contact at the right angle, for practically anyone to chip a tooth. Your smile is the first thing people will…