Proper Oral Care: Importance of Flossing

Time and time again, patients are asked by their dentist how often they floss their teeth. It’s no different for Roseburg dentist, Dr. Rick Campbell. The reason for asking patients how often they floss should be clear: flossing is a crucial factor in promoting oral health. In short, there’s no denying the importance of flossing. […]

5 Health Conditions that Affect Your Breath

Your breath can be a useful indicator as to your oral health. When you’re brushing and flossing regularly, you’re actively fighting off the bacteria that causes bad breath, the same bacteria that can lead to cavities and gum disease. But beyond your oral health, your breath can also suggest more systemic health problems. Campbell Family […]

Dangers of DIY Teeth Whitening

Everyone wants bright white teeth and the confidence that comes with a gleaming smile. Because whiter teeth are so desired, there is a growing market for over-the-counter DIY teeth whitening solutions. While many of these take-home kits provide an affordable alternative to professional teeth whitening treatment, they also bring on a slew of potential dangers […]

Toothbrushing Technique

While it’s important to brush your teeth frequently, it’s equally important to brush with proper technique. Poor toothbrushing technique is comparable to poorly mopping your precious hardwood floors. You spread the grime evenly, missing some of those hard-to-reach spaces that accrue mold and dust. With all the time we spend brushing our teeth, we might […]

The Dangers of Periodontal Disease

Many people avoid brushing their gums because they can be especially sensitive. While pain is often a useful indicator, it can also serve as a warning sign. In the case of your gums, pain is often a sign of inflammation and swelling, which when left untreated can lead to a broad range of complications, including […]

History of the Toothbrush

Can you imagine life without your toothbrush? No? Neither can your Roseburg dentist. Twice daily our toothbrushes meet our teeth to fend off cavities and gum disease (as per the National Dental Association’s recommendations). In respect for this wonderful and essential tool, let’s take a look back at what life was like before the invention […]


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