Keeping Your Teeth From Singing the Blues

Did you hear that the blues are coming to Tucson? Of course, we’re talking about the Graham Blues Festival coming up next month. And the blues is a fantastic part of American music, and it is uniquely American. However, when it comes to the blues, your mouth should be singing... Read more »

Fantastic Ways to Care for Your Smile

Do you take good care of your smile? If not, pay attention because we are happy to teach you positive ways to care for your smile. Your smile says a lot about you, and without proper care, your oral health can decline, causing you an ocean of problems and stress.... Read more »

Should You Get Dentures?

When you lose a tooth, the first thought you may have could be something along the lines of, “How do I replace that tooth?” When it comes to replacing teeth, you have quite a few options in today’s dental world, but having a lot of options can sometimes make the... Read more »

Fun Facts on Mouthwash

There are many benefits that mouthwash can do for your oral health. Unfortunately, mouthwash is something often overlooked despite how it can help improve your oral health and reduce bacteria in your smile. Our dentist, Dr. Jade Moellendorf with iSmile in Salt Lake City, Utah, cares about your oral health... Read more »

Poor Oral Hygiene Can Lead to Cavities

The American Dental Association advises people to brush their teeth every morning and night as well as to thoroughly floss at least once each day. This simple daily routine can help remove plaque and residual food particles before they can affect the health of your mouth. If you struggle to... Read more »

Oral Health Uses of a Dental Crown

If you need to choose a dental restoration, dental crowns can be a very versatile option when it comes to improving the appearance and strength of a tooth--especially if the tooth has been damaged or discolored. Dental crowns are intended to endure for several decades and can restore a tooth... Read more »

Oral Emergencies Damage Teeth

Have you ever lost a permanent tooth? Broken one? Massive discoloration? When it comes to your oral health, a little education and preparation can go a long way to saving your smile if an emergency situation does arise. Let’s address some common oral emergencies and what to do about them.... Read more »

Avoiding A Dry Socket

Dry socket can be a painful side effect of a tooth extraction. But it is also avoidable. In a perfect scenario, any pain from your extraction should diminish fairly quickly as the socket heals. A blood clot forms in the socket and protects the nerves and jawbone. Unfortunately, when the... Read more »

Oral First-Aid Might Call for a Gentle Saltwater Rinse

An accidental blow to the mouth during sports, or resulting from a household slip and fall can potentially harm teeth as well as soft oral tissues. In a moment like this, applying some basic first-aid measures can help manage discomfort while also assessing the need for professional treatment at iSmile’s clinic.... Read more »

Mouthguards: Protecting Your Smile From Oral Injury

Do you want to avoid oral injuries, like a knocked-out tooth, chipped tooth, and damaged gums? If so, a mouthguard is your friend. Our dentists encourage you to wear a mouthguard regularly because it can help you maintain a strong and healthy smile. It’s best to wear a mouthguard when... Read more »