Tooth Hazard Prevention Planning

Tooth hazards can arise in various ways. Not only can your diet lead to an increase in tooth hazards such as dental erosion and tooth decay, but so to can daily lifestyle choices and products in our day-to-day life. Because of this, you should always effectively practice tooth hazard prevention. Make sure you’re doing everything… Read more »

Hard-Bristled Toothbrushes vs Soft-Bristled Toothbrushes

If you’re in the oral hygiene aisle at the store trying to select the right toothbrush for your smile, then our dentist, Dr. Jeffrey Lowe, is happy to help you. Generally, it’s tough to know the differences between soft and hard-bristled toothbrushes. So, to help you select the right brush for your smile, our dentist… Read more »

How Yogurt Improves Your Oral Health

When you’re running late in the morning – and if we’re being honest, who isn’t – sometimes all you can grab is a thing of yogurt. Well here’s some excellent news! Yogurt is a mouth-friendly food! Find out why in this article, and feel free to give us a call for a visit if you… Read more »

Why Your Six-Month Checkup is Important

Your dental checkups at Lifetime Dental Care are very important if you want a top-notch oral health and smile. This is why it’s important to attend your checkups every six months. To help you know why you need to visit our office regularly, our dentist, Dr. Jeffrey Lowe, is happy to list the reasons. Dental… Read more »

Got Fluoride Toothpaste? Here’s How to Use It

If you have fluoride toothpaste, you’re on the right track toward a top-notch brushing routine. Little did you know, fluoride toothpaste is a special product. This is because fluoride is a natural mineral that strengthens and nourishes your teeth, giving you a stronger and healthier smile that can prevent cavities and enamel erosion. This is… Read more »

Replacing Your Teeth with Mini Dental Implants

Many people have successfully restored their smiles with dental implants. They are strong and easy to care for, and they blend in well with the rest of your smile. However, some people may be prevented from having regular implants because of the condition of their gums or jawbone, or other health considerations. For some people,… Read more »

Maintaining Good Dental Health Helps Minimize the Time It Takes for Your Braces to Realign Your Teeth

The new set of braces installed in your mouth at Dr. Jeffrey Lowe’s orthodontic clinic has been designed to gradually correct the alignment of your teeth. This will require you to periodically return to see Dr. Jeffrey Lowe for routine braces adjustments. Each one of these sessions will essentially tighten the braces components to stretch… Read more »

Treatment for Your Gums

One of the dangers of gum disease is that in many cases, it can be painless. Because of that, a person may not be aware that they have it. You may have noticed that your gums may be swollen or bleed when you brush and floss. Your teeth may feel loose, or you may have… Read more »

Using a Water Flosser

Most people remember to brush their teeth in the morning and again at night. Others bring a toothbrush and toothpaste to work so they can brush after lunch. Brushing your teeth is important. In fact, it is the foundation of your personal oral health regimen and you should be conscientious about brushing regularly. However, flossing… Read more »

Smile Restorations Can Begin with Dentures

Your smile needs a full set of teeth. Even if you are in excellent oral health, a single missing tooth can make your whole mouth appear flawed. Fortunately, dentures can restore your smile. Partial dentures can be used for one or more missing teeth, while complete dentures can restore an entire row of teeth with… Read more »