Keep Your Summer Smile Bright With These Tips After Whitening Your Teeth

Summertime means gathering with family, friends and coworkers for get-togethers or to travel to interesting places. Many people find this a great time to get their teeth whitened to make their smiles glow! We are pleased to offer teeth whitening for our patients at Valley View Dental. You can choose between our in-office whitening treatment, Opalescence Boost™ or one of... read more »

Taking Proper Care of Your Dentures Will Make Them Last Longer and Feel Better

Modern dentures are better than ever before and last longer than ever when properly cared for. Today we're going to talk about what you can do to make sure your dentures stay in their best shape for a healthier, more beautiful smile! Just like your natural teeth, your dentures require consistent daily care, mainly because of harmful plaque buildup (food... read more »

We’re Highlighting the Benefits of Saving a Damaged Tooth!

As dentists, we are often asked a variety of questions about root canals, and we'd like to take this time to share some of the most common questions we get asked about this often-misunderstood dental treatment! Root canal, what is it? A root canal treatment is simply a dental procedure that takes care of infection and inflammation happening on the... read more »

3 Tips for a Healthy Mouth: Brush, Be Gentle and Care for Your Tongue

In honor of National Dental Hygienists Week, we have three tips to help you maintain a healthier mouth. A clean mouth is a healthier mouth because you're keeping harmful bacterial plaque from damaging your smile, preventing tooth decay and gum disease. Optimal Teeth Brushing Steps -Get in the habit of brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes each... read more »

7 Foods and Drinks To Avoid if You Want To Keep Your Teeth Healthy!

When it comes to your oral health, your teeth and gums rule. You'll want to keep them healthy by brushing and flossing daily and seeing your dentist regularly to protect your tooth enamel. Anything that weakens tooth enamel means that oral bacteria and dental plaque can create holes in the enamel, allowing tooth decay and cavities to develop. Those cavities... read more »

Today We’re Clearing the Air on the Link Between Vaping and Your Oral Health

Vaping has become a popular alternative to the harmful habits of smoking or chewing tobacco. With vaping, you still get the "hit" of nicotine by inhaling vapor created with an electronic cigarette called a vaporizer. It works by converting an e-liquid, concentrate, or dry herb into vapor which you then inhale and exhale to get the calming effects. On the... read more »