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Category Archives: Dental Care


What Really Causes Cavities?

Cavities are little problems that can cause a great deal of discomfort. At Soft Touch Dentistry, we work diligently to help our patients identify the habits that will keep them cavity-free for life. In order to know how to protect your teeth from decay, you must first know what you are protecting them from. Ask… Read More »



3 Ways to Freshen Up Your Breath for Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, couples everywhere are trying to think of the most romantic gestures they can make in order to make their significant other feel extra special. However, if you have the right mood lighting, food, and ambiance, nothing will feel romantic if you have nasty bad breath. Set the mood… Read More »


When Brushing Simply Isn’t Enough

Brushing your teeth is one of those basic hygeine concepts that we all participate in every day. Morning routines typically consist of a hot shower, a nice breakfast, and brushing your teeth. However, sometimes it can seem like that no matter how frequently you brush, sometimes it’s just not enough. Here are three things to… Read More »



Smart Food Choices for a Healthy Smile

We do everything we can to make your smile sparkle!  Whether you need teeth whitening, dental implants, or professional cleaning – we’ve got you covered!  While there’s no one-size-fits-all for procedures, there are a few things you can do at home to keep your pearly whites healthy. And it starts with healthy food choices. Brushing… Read More »


Improve Your At-Home Dental Care

Daily at-home dental care, in addition to profession cleaning twice a year, will protect your smile from gum disease and tooth decay. Dental visits also allow your dentist to diagnose conditions of the jaw, bones or even detect oral cancer risks early. Maintaining good oral hygiene at home is equally as important and very easy… Read More »


The Truth About Dry Mouth

Most dental patients have experienced dry mouth and its symptoms at some point in time. In most instances, the symptoms of dry mouth are just a minor inconvenience and short lived due to temporary illness, medications or other conditions. However, for others dry mouth is a constant struggle that interrupts the activities of daily life.… Read More »


Tips for Better Flossing

If you floss regularly only to still suffer from swollen or bleeding gums it may be time to evaluate how you are flossing. Many dental patients don’t brush their teeth properly or floss properly. Here are some simple flossing tips to make sure you’re getting the job done right. You should use about 20” of… Read More »


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