Relevant Guidelines Concerning Teeth Whitening Systems

One of the most requested treatments in dentistry is the desire for whiter teeth. Typically, people want to have as white teeth as possible, with zero signs of any stains or discolorations. However, oral health care treatments such as brushing and flossing are designed to keep your mouth safe, and not so much to improve the color of them. Fortunately,... read more »

Protect Your Smile

Hazards to your teeth can be found in many places. Whether you are spending time at the beach or are taking a stroll in the park, accidents and injuries can take place anywhere. There may be little you can do to prevent damage to your teeth and gums, unless you want to wear a helmet and mouthguard every time you... read more »

Brushing Your Teeth and Braces

When it comes to your oral hygiene while wearing braces, it is essential to keep your oral health in top-notch shape. That is why, our team here at Tetting & Tetting, DDS in Appleton, Wisconsin, is happy to offer you advice on how to brush your teeth when wearing orthodontic braces. Braces can sometimes feel awkward or uncomfortable until you... read more »

Snacks and Food to Improve Your Mood

One of the best and most assured ways to improve your oral health is to monitor and moderate the foods and drinks you eat. Some processed snacks and sweets can contain ingredients harmful not only to our oral health but our entire physical well-being. Despite all the products that exist to tear our teeth and gums down, there are some... read more »

What Causes Discoloration in Teeth?

Are you ever worried about the color of your teeth? If so, you're far from alone. In fact, did you know that Americans spend $1.4 billion dollars every year on home whitening kits? If you're unhappy with the color of your smile, we recommend giving us a call—but wouldn't it be nice to avoid the need for a whitening altogether?... read more »

Making Sure Your Saliva Glands Work Properly

A beautiful, healthy smile depends on a healthy oral environment which protects your teeth and gums and keeps your mouth functioning smoothly. Along with daily brushing and flossing and having professional dental cleanings, saliva creates a protective environment for your teeth and oral tissues. Saliva travels through tubes known as salivary ducts made in the salivary glands, secreting a protective... read more »

Your Child's Oral Health Begins at Home

Your baby’s oral health is vital from the time she is born, as she arrives in your arms with her teeth already hidden in her gums. The American Dental Association recommends that your baby be seen by a dentist six months after her first tooth emerges, and at the very least by her first birthday. The primary teeth will push... read more »