Dental Blog

Avoid These 8 Foods That Stain Teeth

A bright white smile can take years off your appearance and boost your confidence, but according to the American Dental Association, one out of every four adults are embarrassed to smile because of the appearance of their teeth. Many of us feel self-conscious because our teeth are stained or discolored, and this could be the […]

Dental Implants: Advanced Technologies for Advanced Results

Whether for aesthetics, function, or both, a solution for fixing missing or damaged teeth has been needed for hundreds of years. Dental implants are a popular solution for this age-old demand, and have been around for decades. Of course, over the years, dental implant technology has evolved and improved: the industry has been consistent in […]

Professional Teeth Whitening Options, Performed In-Office

You may have looked in the mirror recently and felt slightly self-conscious about the appearance of your teeth. Over time, your teeth can become dull, yellow, and discolored for a variety of reasons. Hereditary factors, the regular consumption of certain foods and beverages, and lifestyle factors can all affect the appearance of your teeth. If […]

5 Tips for Teeth Whitening at Home

Whitening your teeth is an easy way to freshen up your smile and appearance while boosting your confidence. Over time, teeth may appear to have a yellowish tint, which can be caused by a myriad of reasons such as drinking coffee or red wine, natural wear and tear, smoking, or eating certain foods. Teeth whitening […]

Making Children’s Dental Health Fun: 5 Tips for Parents

National Children’s Dental Health Month continues throughout the month of February and is an observance that brings together thousands of dedicated professionals to promote the benefits of good oral health care for children. As parents, you know the importance of pediatric dental care and creating habits that promote good dental hygiene. Unfortunately, children aren’t always […]

Children’s Dental Health: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure

In February, the American Dental Association celebrates National Children’s Dental Health Month. This month-long health initiative reinforces the importance of oral health in children and provides helpful tips for parents. At Temple Family Dentistry, we are taking this opportunity to discuss the importance of pediatric dental care from an early age. Developing good oral hygiene […]

Dental Implants vs. Partial Dentures: Deciding Which Treatment Option is Best

Fixing a missing or damaged tooth requires dental attention—there’s no way around it. There are two main options for those who are missing a tooth or multiple teeth: dental implants or partial dentures. Both partial dentures and dental implants are used to replace missing teeth, but there are important differences to understand about these two […]