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COVID-19 update: Office is open with policy changes.

Denture Maintenance: Tips on How to Clean Dentures

Whether you have new partial or full dentures, learning how to clean your dentures is essential. Proper cleaning helps maintain the life of your dentures and promotes good oral health. At Soundview Family Dental, we are here to help you better understand good denture...

Understanding the Stages of Tooth Decay

Everyone has heard of tooth decay, but did you know that it occurs in five distinct stages? Each stage causes increasing damage to the tooth and causes increasing discomfort to the patient. Unfortunately, tooth decay is an all-too-common consequence of the average...

DIY Homemade Mouthwash Recipes You Can Easily Make

When it comes to oral hygiene, you know that brushing and flossing is essential, but what about mouthwash? According to the American Dental Association, the use of mouthwash may be a helpful addition to a daily oral hygiene routine for some people. However, not all...

Best Dental Floss: Know the Top Types and Brands

You know that you should be brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing at least once a day. However, when it comes to flossing, what is the best floss to use? Do you know the different types of floss and which one is best for you? Here, Soundview Family Dental will...

How to Properly Use Dental Floss

Everyone knows that regular brushing and flossing are important to good oral hygiene. While brushing is relatively self-explanatory, flossing tends to be a bit more confusing. It’s also the one part of good oral care that many people forget. However, regular flossing...

Why Are My Teeth Breaking?

How freely you flash your pearly whites is a quick window into your confidence and self-esteem. There are a lot of factors — from cosmetic to urgent — that can undermine that confidence and cause you to hide your teeth behind pursed lips or the back of your hand. A...

How To Fix a Broken Tooth at Home

Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in your body, harder even than your bones. Hard as your teeth are, they’re no match for the stress of car accidents, sports collisions, trips-and-falls, playground roughhousing, or even just biting down on some hard candy. ...