Healthy Tooth Enamel Helps Maintain White Teeth

The surface texture of your tooth enamel is microscopically porous. When you consume dark beverages or use tobacco products, microscopic dark particles can adhere to the surface textures of your teeth. If they are not removed by your daily brushing and flossing efforts these minor dental stains can start to saturate deeper into the pores of your tooth enamel. This... read more »

Everything You Need to Know About Tooth Decay

Tooth decay happens plaque materializes on your teeth and generates acid which then burrows into your tooth enamel. This can eventually create serious dental problems, such as cavities, gum disease or abscesses. Tooth decay occurs a little bit every day, but unless it has advanced, we can hardly detect it. If decay has evolved to the point of a cavity,... read more »

Water Flossers: Changing the Way You Clean Your Chompers

Flossing can be a difficult task for many people, especially when they don’t know how to floss or when they are using the wrong flossing products. If you are one of these people, our Redwood Dental dental team is here to help you! Flossing is a very important task that needs to be done at least once a day, but... read more »