1. Put Your Tax Refund Toward Your Oral Health

    Tax Day is just around the corner, which means you’re probably either scrambling to get everything turned in (we’re looking at you, procrastinators) or you’re trying to figure out what to do with your refund from Uncle Sam. Here at BeaverBrooke Dental, we recommend doing something a bit different with your refund this year. Sure, you could go on a huge shopping spree…Read More

  2. How to Care for Your Dentures

    More patients at BeaverBrooke Dental are choosing dentures to restore their confidence and overall appearance. If you’re considering dentures as a long-term solution, it’s important to know that regular maintenance is required. Keep reading for four denture care tips from our cosmetic dentist in Sandy, OR. Clean Your Dentures Daily Just because these aren’t your natu…Read More

  3. The Ins and Outs of Gum Disease

    You hear it every time you go to the dentist — be sure to floss once a day. But as someone who rarely has cavities, you brush off the advice and assume there’s no real benefit of flossing often. Unfortunately, this mindset can put you on a path that leads to gum disease. Keep reading as we dive deeper into the condition also known as periodontal disease. What Is Gum Di…Read More

  4. Happy Holidays From Beaverbrooke Dental

    Happy Holidays From BeaverBrooke Dental!

    The holiday season truly is the most wonderful time of the year. For us, nothing beats spending time with loved ones, making memories, and, most importantly, being grateful for what we have. This is also a good time to schedule appointments you might have put off lately, from routine physicals to six-month cleanings. At BeaverBrooke Dental, we pride ourselves on creating b…Read More

  5. How to Take Charge of Your Oral Health

    In a recent post, we explained why it’s so important to keep your dental cleanings. But maintaining good oral health involves more than just going to the dentist every six months. Here are some tips to help you look after those pearly whites all year long: Brush at least twice a day   Hopefully, you’re already in the habit of doing this. If not, remember to brush afte…Read More

  6. How to Keep Your Teeth Healthy on the Road

    It’s easy to forget about maintaining good oral hygiene habits on the road. Whether you’re taking a vacation or business trip, probably the last thing on your mind is remembering to brush and floss your teeth. Our family dentist in Sandy can help you keep those pearly whites healthy and beautiful. Here are some travel tips for your teeth, as referenced by the American …Read More

  7. Why Sleep Apnea is Dangerous

    There’s no question that snoring can make for a bad night’s sleep. If you happen to snore, then your significant other probably has a difficult time getting the rest they need. Keep in mind, though, that snoring is nothing to take lightly. After all, it could be that you have obstructive sleep apnea and not even know it. Let’s take a closer look at snoring and sleep …Read More

  8. Fun Facts About Teeth

    Here at BeaverBrooke Dental in Sandy, we’re constantly educating young patients about oral health. There’s no question that a child who takes care of their teeth and goes to the dentist regularly is more likely to do the same as an adult. Let’s switch gears a bit, though. How much do you really know about your teeth? Believe it or not, human teeth are remarkable. Her…Read More

  9. Debunking the Most Common Teeth Whitening Myths

    In recent years, teeth whitening has become wildly popular. People want to improve their overall appearance and look their absolute best. That said, there are countless whitening products and treatments out there. So how do you know which are effective and which are more smoke and mirrors than anything else? In this post, our cosmetic dentist in Sandy takes a look at the f…Read More

  10. What to Know About National Children’s Dental Health Month

    There’s more to February than just Valentine's Day. Here at BeaverBrooke Dental, we are all in on National Children’s Dental Health Month. According to the National Education Association, American students miss a whopping 51 million hours of school every year because of oral health problems. Those hours certainly add up to lost critical instruction time, especially for…Read More