Dental Clinic Blog

March 23, 2016

Surprising Reasons Why You Should Smile More

Unless something particularly funny or enjoyable is going on, you may not be inclined to smile that often. Plenty of research has been done in the […]
March 15, 2016

The Importance of Regular Dental Exams

Do you actually go to the dentist twice as year, as many dental professional recommend? If not, you should really be scheduling routine dental exams often. […]
March 14, 2016

Dental Trends: 3 Ways Dentistry is Changing for the Better

The recommendation that you visit your dentist at least twice a year certainly isn’t anything new, but when you get to your dental office you might […]
March 10, 2016

Teaching Children About Oral Health

Oral hygiene is important for people of all ages. Young children, in particular, can benefit from good oral health habits. Setting good habits with your children […]
March 3, 2016

How to Find a Good Pediatric Dentist

Finding your child a dentist is something like hiring a lawyer – you don’t want to just pick one at random. That being said, it is […]
February 23, 2016

National Children’s Dental Health Month: Sugar Wars

As an adult, you’re probably well aware that your best chance at healthy teeth and gums involves brushing and flossing regularly, avoiding sugar and acidic foods, […]
February 17, 2016

Roseman DMD Students Provide Dental Care for Over 500 Utah Children at Give Kids a Smile

By: Raymond Durham, Roseman DMD Class of 2017 On the ADA Foundation’s Give Kids a Smile® (GKAS) kick-off day, February 5, Roseman University’s College of Dental […]
February 10, 2016

Reasons to Consider Becoming a Dentist

Deciding on a career path can be daunting for many people because there are a lot of rewarding professions out there, and you often have to […]
February 3, 2016

How Athletes Can Keep Teeth Safe

Everyone should practice good dental hygiene, but athletes face a very unique risk. Depending on the exact sport you play, your jaw or face may be […]
February 1, 2016

Improving Your Child’s Oral Health: Simple Strategies for Parents

Most children develop their first set of primary teeth (“baby teeth”) around 6 months of age and continue growing teeth until they are around 3 years […]