You probably realize the foods you choose have an impact on your waistline, heart health, and overall well-being, but did you know your diet can also affect your oral health? In honor of National Nutrition Month, Drs. McLaughlin, Jumani, Myself, and the entire dental team here at Redmond Signature Dentistry would like to share a […]
February is my favorite month of the year – it’s Children’s Dental Health Month! I LOVE teaching parents and kids how to keep their teeth strong and healthy. Today, I’m going to share a few top tips I’ve gathered over the years to help teach your toddler to LOVE to brush his or her teeth. […]
You take a sip of your latte, only to be reminded of the sharp pain you’ve been experiencing in your teeth. Hot drinks, cold drinks, even the chilly winter air in Redmond seems to set it off. What’s causing this pain and what can you do to prevent it? Tooth pain and sensitivity are quite common, […]
Do you faithfully floss every day? Or, do you neglect to floss throughout the year, except for the week of your dental hygiene appointment? “You cannot effectively vacuum a house with only one attachment. You need other attachments to get into the nooks and crannies. That’s what floss does.” – ADA Spokesman Richard Price, DMD […]
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month It’s a great reminder to stop and examine the progress of your child’s dental health and what dental milestones they’re approaching. From the time a baby’s first teeth erupt until the appearance of their wisdom teeth, keeping a child’s dental care on track will affect not only their […]
Have you resolved to be healthier in 2018? Here are some changes you can make to your oral health that will positively impact your whole body health.
We’re at that time of the year again where we wrap up the holidays and look forward to the new year, which means it’s time to think of your New Year’s resolutions. Have you developed your list? Everyone here at Redmond Signature Dentistry wants you to live a healthy life, so we’ve gathered our […]
Various forms of whitening aren’t permanent. However, these simple tips can help you keep your teeth white after whitening for a longer period of time!
You’re very diligent about brushing twice a day and flossing regularly. You even make sure you see your dentist and hygienist at least twice a year for your checkup and cleaning! Then one day, your dentist tells you you have a cavity! How could this happen? Believe it or not, the CDC reports that 91% of individuals over the […]
The temporomandibular joint, commonly known as TMJ, serves as the crucial connection point between your jaw and the temporal bones of your skull. When issues arise with your jaw and the controlling muscles, it is often referred to as temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD). There is no known cause of TMD, but there are multiple factors […]