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Find Out Why You Should Brush Here

If you’re not sure why you should brush your teeth twice a day, then our dentists, Dr. Nichols and Cronkrite, would like to help you become more sure. The more sure you are, the better! There are many reasons why you should brush your teeth twice a day. Brushing is very important and beneficial. To help you understand, our dentists... read more »

Facts About Children’s Smiles

Your dentist, Dr. Nichols and Cronkrite, wants your child to have the strong, healthy and top-notch smile they deserve. However, that goal is not possible without your help. Unfortunately, if you don’t know much about your child’s smile, you’re limited with all of the things you can do for their teeth and gums. So, it’s best to know all about... read more »

What Are the Benefits of a Dental Cleaning?

As you may already know, your dental cleaning appointments are recommended every six months, but do you know why? Well, our dentist, Dr. Nichols and Cronkrite, would be happy to tell you why. Dental cleanings are vital for your oral health and smile. This is because they can benefit you in many ways. In fact, they can: -Help you prevent... read more »

Brushing with Baking Soda: Good or Bad?

One controversial dental topic today is whether to brush with baking soda or not. Some believe baking soda is very effective for cleaning the smile while others believe baking soda is unnecessary and even harmful for the smile. Today, our dentist, Dr. Nichols and Cronkrite, would like to help you decide which side you’re on by giving you the pros... read more »

Tips on How to Care for Inflamed Gums

Are you searching for a way to relieve your inflamed and swollen gums? If so, you have come to the right blog! Our dentist, Dr. Nichols and Cronkrite, has the tips you need. Now, because inflamed gums are a symptom of gum disease (along with many other causes), it’s best to begin relieving your discomfort by calling our dental office... read more »

Keep Your Child’s Smile Safe While Trick-or-Treating by Using Our Tips

While your child is ecstatic about trick-or-treating, their smile is terrified. This is because Halloween is a night of countless amounts of sugary treats and numerous threats from enamel erosion and tooth decay. Now, it’s OK if your child trick-or-treats, but it’s important to do all you can to ensure a healthy Halloween smile so you and your child don’t... read more »