What to Look for in Floss

If you’re not sure which type of dental floss to purchase at the store, then our dentist, Dr. John McMurray, is more than happy to help you. It’s important to choose the floss that helps you clean the crevices of your smile. As we’re sure you know, flossing is very important. Now, the type of floss you select should be... read more »

Waxed or Unwaxed Floss? What is the Answer? Find out Here!

Are you sure you are using the right products for your smile? If you seem confused if you are, you are not alone. With so many choices about your oral health, no wonder people feel confused or lost in the sea of choices. That is why our team is here to help you find the answers. Here at Legacy Smiles... read more »

What to Avoid While Brushing Your Teeth

You know that if you’re interested in protecting your oral health, you need to brush and floss your teeth regularly. But would you be surprised to learn that there are a number of things that many Americans could actually do better when it comes to brushing? If you’re interested in brushing your teeth as effectively as possible, you’ll need to... read more »

The Tooth Test

If someone were to approach you and ask if you take good care of your teeth, would you say yes? Sure, you may brush your teeth twice daily, but what other methods do you use to ensure optimum oral health? Ask yourself the following questions to determine your overall oral health level. - Do you also floss and/or use mouthwash... read more »

Bad Breath: Is Mouthwash the Answer?

You probably know someone who incorporates mouthwash into their daily routine. You probably know that using mouthwash can benefit your smile--particularly your breath-- but did you know that there are a few other perks you could enjoy by using mouthwash regularly? To be fair, some mouthwashes are only meant to cover bad breath, but if you are using mouthwash consistently... read more »

Do You Know About These Flossing Options?

Do you ever struggle with flossing? While most people know that flossing is extremely important, some struggle with the process. Obviously, traditional floss is the most common and most frequently used type of floss, but some people still struggle with it. For example, some individuals have a hard time navigating the floss through their teeth or struggle to reach their... read more »