Got Aligners? Here Are Your Oral Hygiene Rules

Orthodontic aligners are great appliances that can shift and move your teeth to their proper positions. Although they can help in many ways, it’s still important to care for them as well as your smile. Keeping the teeth, gums and aligners in tip-top shape can help you have a more successful orthodontic treatment. Our dentist, Dr. Ryan Bramhall, encourages you... read more »

Tips for Reducing Your Chances of a Cavity

If you want to keep tooth decay at bay, then you make your dentist, Dr. Ryan Bramhall, proud! Tooth decay is a dangerous dental problem that should be avoided as much as possible. Today, our dental team is happy to tell you all about how to reduce your chances of falling victim to cavities. There are many things you can... read more »

How to Maintain a Strong and Healthy Natural Smile as a Senior

Did you know you can keep your teeth healthy and strong as you age? Well, it's true. In fact, you can maintain a strong and healthy smile as a senior if you are smart about your dental care. So, to help you keep top-notch teeth as time passes by, our Bramhall Dental Corp. dental team encourages you to do the... read more »

Invisalign® Can Be Just the Gift You Are Looking For

The winter season is coming soon, and our quest to start looking for the perfect gifts is right around the corner. Not only are we enticed to get wonderful gifts for others, but our own needs may even come into play. Don’t forget to treat yourself this holiday season, as your health and happiness are important too. One potential gift... read more »

How Do I Use a Water Flosser?

Using a water flosser can be a complicated task, but it doesn’t need to be. Our Bramhall Dental Corp. team is happy to help you know how to use the product so you can successfully clean your smile and keep tooth decay and gum disease at bay. All you need to do is follow the provided steps: - Step 1:... read more »

Your Guide to a Perfect Flossing Job

Before you begin flossing your smile, do you know if your flossing technique is correct? Well, we’re here to help you find out! If you are currently doing the following five things, you are on the right track: 1. Use about 18 inches of floss when you clean your smile. Wind most of it around one of your middle fingers... read more »