Trinity Dental Care Blog

Dental Care Tips for Seniors

As you age, it's essential that you take good care of your teeth. And according to most senior dental care specialists, this is particularly true for the elderly. The proper oral care will help you to prevent tooth decay, toothaches, and tooth loss. Not only that, but...

How to Prevent Dental Problems

Gum disease is the biggest threat to our teeth, mouth, and gums. Untreated, gum disease causes cavities that eventually cause tooth loss. It begins as gingivitis, which people oftentimes learn affects them when they notice bleeding gums while brushing their teeth....

Thanksgiving Tooth Care Tips

The holidays are a great time to get together with friends and family. And they're also one of the best times to break your normal eating routine and enjoy the best dishes of the season. Thanksgiving is especially known for indulgent meals such as turkey and dressing,...

The Truth About Chewing Gum

People chew gum for many reasons such as trying to quit smoking, to clean their teeth following a meal when they're not at home, to try to lose weight, and to freshen their breath. Some people chew gum for something to do while others chew it to avoid eating candy or...

Halloween Candy and Your Dental Health

For kids both young and old, Halloween is a fun and exciting time of the year. It’s thrilling to dress up and get scared—or scare others. It’s even more fun to go door to door and ask for candy. This tradition has been ingrained in our society, and it’s something that...

The Truth About Tooth Erosion

Cavities shouldn't be your only concern when protecting your teeth. One of the greatest threats to your long-term dental health is tooth erosion, a form of permanent damage that happens when the enamel of your tooth is softened and worn away by the acid in food and...

Chipped Tooth, Is it a Big Deal?

Discovering you have a chipped tooth is no fun, even if it is quite common for both children and adults today. At first glance, all those teeth lined up in your mouth might look quite strong and sturdy. But your teeth actually have little natural protection in the...

Taking Care of Your Teeth During Pregnancy

Congratulations Mom-to-be! You're on one of the most exciting journeys of your life, and it's critical now more than ever that you begin to take care of yourself in ways that nurture both you and your growing baby. Have you given thought to your or teeth health and...