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 »

Tips on Caring for an Infant’s Oral Health

If you’re not sure how to care for your child’s oral health and smile, then you have come to the right blog. Our dentist, Dr. John McMurray, and dental team are happy to tell you how to keep your child’s teeth and gums in tip-top shape. The more you know, the better! So, here are the tips you need: First,... read more »

Are You Looking out for Your Oral Health?

Maintaining your healthy smile is vital for your oral health, and is the foundation to a confident smile as well. Since you are in the tooth cleaning trenches every day, your diligence can make a big difference to your smile health. Today,  Dr. John McMurray and Dr. Brad Williams are happy to share some oral health tips with you in... read more »

Your Daily Habits Can Help Prevent Gum Disease

Gum disease is a powerful threat to your oral health. Heart disease and throat cancer are linked to gum disease. People with gum disease can also lose teeth. No matter how scary this is, gum disease is one of the most easily preventable diseases adults are currently facing in the United States. The best way to prevent gum disease is... read more »

Crush Cavities This Holiday Season With Composite Fillings

The wonderful cheer and treats are all around us this holiday season. With so much to feast on, it’s easy to let cavities invade your smile and damage your oral health. That is why our team here at Legacy Smiles Family Dental is happy to help you crush those cavities and restore your oral health with composite fillings. To help... 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 »

3 Steps to Better Brushing

When it comes to oral hygiene, no one is completely perfect. There is always something we can do to make our own personal routine a little better. This may involve using a better mouth rinse or practicing your flossing. Today, we want to talk about 3 simple things you can do to brush better. First, think about the way you... read more »

Don’t Let A Smelly Mouth Stink Up Your Valentine’s Day

There are many smells we can associate with Valentine’s Day, from chocolate to roses. However, rotting food and sulphur are two smells your loved one definitely does not want to smell on your breath when you give them a good night’s kiss. In order to fight bad breath (also known as halitosis), you must learn what causes of it and... read more »