How To Keep Fresh Breath

January 16, 2017
Orlando Smiles, Inc.

How to Keep Fresh, Kissable Breath Every Day As we enter the season of romance, many people become cautiously aware of the potential for embarrassing halitosis (also known as chronic dragon breath!).  Even after diligent brushing, some people still struggle…

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6 Easy Tips for Whiter Teeth

November 30, 2016
Orlando Smiles, Inc.

Avoid Stains and Whiten Your Smile With a Few Simple Tricks Even when you brush regularly with the best whitening toothpaste available, you may still be struggling  with a dull off-white color in your smile. Little daily habits can have…

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Maintaining Healthy Teeth Throughout the Holidays

November 23, 2016
Orlando Smiles, Inc.

As you enter the holiday season, thoughts of healthy teeth are probably not dancing through your head. Many people enter the New Year regrettably aware that the next visit to the dentist may include reports of discolored teeth, cavities, or…

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The Dangers of Grinding Your Teeth

September 9, 2016
T.J. Beasley

For most people who grind their teeth, this typically happens during the night when they’re asleep and unconscious. The main triggers of teeth grinding, or bruxism, are stress, anger, misaligned teeth, and sleep disorders like obstructive sleep apnea. People who…

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A Few Common Myths About Dental Care

August 24, 2016
Orlando Smiles, Inc.

When it comes to oral hygiene, it is important to take your advice from a qualified professional Orlando dentist. While friends on social media may be full of helpful and well meaning advice, the sources are sometimes less than accurate….

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10 Benefits of Smiling

August 4, 2016
T.J. Beasley

While smiling may seem like a superficial process, it actually isn’t. Smiling has real health benefits, and being able to crack a smile throughout your day can be enough to help you (and others) to get through it. Smiling has…

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How Your Lifestyle Affects Your Dental Health

June 29, 2016
T.J. Beasley

Everything from the things you eat and drink to certain habits that you have can affect your dental health, some even causing problems that are irreversible or that can worsen with time. Aside from the obvious things like brushing your…

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