This little girl smiles and does her teeth a favor by drinking dairy milk to protect her oral health.

Is Milk Good for Teeth?

We are told from a young age, “Drink your milk to get big and strong,” and the reasoning behind this common logic is because of the milk’s calcium levels. This may lead you to wonder: Could drinking milk have the same positive effect on our teeth? Research does in fact show that drinking milk can…

What You Can Learn from Patient Reviews in Covington

Reviews give potential patients the power to choose which dentist is right for them and which can suit their specific needs and preferences. Many people are uncomfortable or nervous about going to the dentist, much less a brand new dental practice. Potential patients can receive comfort in knowing that the dental practice they choose is…

What Causes Sensitive Teeth?

At Covington Center for Family Dentistry, we understand it can be frustrating to experience dental sensitivity when there have been no noticeable changes to your dental routine. Experiencing occasional sensitive teeth is not uncommon, and our expert team of dental professionals are here to help you get to the bottom of what is causing your…

The Best and Worst Candy for Your Teeth

Holiday seasons keep the candy business booming. Even between the holidays, who isn’t a sucker for a sweet treat every now and then? While anything is okay in moderation, there are a few candies to be leery of if you want to keep your teeth in the best shape possible. At Covington Family Dentistry, we…

How Food Coloring Impacts Dental Health

It’s a fun and exciting experience to sink your teeth into a bright green cupcake or sip on a green color-dyed beer when St. Patrick’s Day comes around. As much as we love festive color-dyed food, it’s equally important to remember the impact of food coloring on your dental health. When you visit us at…