1. Are You Making These Teeth Whitening Mistakes?

    We all want whiter teeth, but it's all too easy to make disastrous mistakes when whitening your teeth. Who doesn't want a white, beautiful smile reminiscent of Julia Robert's famous smile? Sparkling, white teeth never go out of style, but achieving that kind of smile on your own is not as easy as many people think. The following is a list from our dentist office in Albertville of a few of the most…Read More

  2. How Often Do You Visit Our Dentist?

    When was the last time you made an appointment with you dentist? Has it been a while? Can you even remember the last time you had an appointment? We hope so! Dentists aren’t as scary as they seem. Even though you didn’t enjoy going as a child, when you grow up, you’ll be thankful your parents forced you to visit your dentist. So, if you haven’t made it in for a while, it’s probably time …Read More

  3. Dental Hygiene Habits You Can Change

    It takes a lot more than happiness to keep a smile healthy. A healthy smile requires a strong dental care routine, regular visits to the dentist and healthy habits in order for you to have beautiful pearly whites you love. At White Smiles Family Dentistry, we work hard to help you achieve the beautiful smile that you desire, therefore we’ve created a list of dental hygiene habits that a majority…Read More

  4. Dental Care You Can Trust

    Have you seen dentist after dentist in Albertville and still can’t seem to find one that your trust with your oral hygiene and care? At White Smiles Family Dentistry, we understand that the majority of people do not enjoy going to the dentist. We know that many people have had bad, if not traumatizing, experiences with other dentists around the area. However, we are not like other dentists. At W…Read More

  5. Addressing and Treating Bruxism

    Many adults grind or clench (technical name is bruxism) their teeth unknowingly during sleep or when feeling stress. It is even common for athletes during intense play. For most, it is a natural reaction to stress, but can also be a result of a more serious dental condition. Addressing bruxism is important to avoid eventual damage to the teeth and gums– even tooth loss. Through thorough examinat…Read More