Dr. Johnson's Blog

Proper Tooth Brushing Technique
12/19/2017
Everyone wants a beautiful, healthy smile, and while coming to your regularly scheduled dental appointments here at the office of Dr. Christian Johnson are important, the key to maintaining a great smile lies in your oral care routine at home. At the core of this routine is giving your teeth a thorough brushing to clear away all of the food particles and bacteria that have built up on them and in between them throughout the day.
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Foods That Brighten Tooth Enamel
10/30/2017
One of the main reasons why people stop into our office for cosmetic dentistry is because of their desire to attain a whiter smile. We’re proud to offer our teeth whitening treatment that can help patients achieve a smile that’s several shades brighter. However, that’s not the only way that one can reach that goal. You can actually even help whiten your smile just by choosing the right foods to eat. Here’s a sample of some of the foods that can brighten your tooth enamel.
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How Soda Affects Your Teeth
08/15/2017
Our Waldorf, MD dentist Dr. Johnson, offers many dentistry services including preventative dentistry to assist in keeping his patients’ teeth, gums, and mouths healthy while helping them avoid tooth loss. One of the most common problems Dr. Johnson treats in patients of all ages is tooth decay, also known as dental caries or cavities, which can be caused by the regular consumption of soda.
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Are Dental Implants Right For You?
06/22/2017
Your smile is a part of who you are, and when you’re missing a tooth or multiple teeth, it can be like you’re not complete. The good news is that there are tooth replacement options available so you can restore your smile to what it once was, and let you feel whole again. One very effective solution is dental implants, which provides a long-lasting and natural-looking tooth replacement. However, with other tooth replacement options available, are dental implants right for you?
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How to Prevent Cavities
05/02/2017
At Dr. Christian Johnson DMD, we strive to provide the best in pediatric dentistry for those in and around Waldorf, MD. It’s our goal to give your child the best dental care possible so that he or she can start on the path to a lifelong healthy smile. However, one of the main things that can prevent your child from having a healthy smile is tooth decay, also referred to as cavities. Did you know that tooth decay is actually the second most likely disease to develop in a person (right behind the common cold)? While tooth decay is highly prevalent, there are still things you can do to prevent your child from getting cavities. As your trusted Waldorf, MD pediatric dentist, we’d like to give you a few of our best suggestions on preventing tooth decay.
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The Dos and Don’ts of Oral Hygiene
12/21/2016
Dr. Christian Johnson DMD strives to be your premier choice when you’re looking for dentistry around La Plata, MD. While we’re proud to offer a variety of general treatments to improve your oral health and hygiene, oral hygiene also requires a constant commitment on a daily basis. If you want to achieve an optimal level of oral hygiene, we’ve provided some tips for you on what you should do…and also what you shouldn’t do.
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Books, Binders and Back To School Dental Care
10/19/2016
School is back in session and that means time to keep up with your child’s dental health. It is vital to not let the importance of dental hygiene slide, especially during the busy school year. Dr. Johnson, your pediatric dentist in Waldorf, MD, has composed a list of some tips that can help younger patients preserve their dental health as the school year really begins to pick up.
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Treating Dry Mouth
08/18/2016
Dr. Christian Johnson DMD aims to deliver the best when it comes to dentistry in and around the Waldorf, MD area. We strive to help all our patients achieve comprehensive dental wellness so they can attain a beautiful smile that will last a lifetime. We offer a wide range of dental treatments to help fix any oral or dental problems you may have. One of these problems may be dry mouth.
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Best Foods For Your Teeth
06/22/2016
The foods you eat have great effect on your health as well as your teeth. The team at the Waldorf dental office of Dr. Christian Johnson has written a blog post about foods that are damaging to teeth to help you avoid tooth decay and other dental problems. Now we’re here to tell you about some foods that are actually good for your teeth!
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What Causes Bad Breath?
04/15/2016
Although almost no one likes to admit it, almost everyone experiences about of bad breath once in awhile. It is usually nothing to worry about, in most cases, but there are several simple things you can do to promote good oral health and keep halitosis at bay. Here are four primary causes and how to stop them.
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How To Get Yourself Into Having Better Oral Hygiene
01/13/2016
While brushing, flossing, and rising with mouthwash only takes just a few minutes out of your day, it’s still a difficult commitment to keep up with. Whether it’s because you just have a busy schedule, you forget from time to time, or you just can’t see why you need to take care of your teeth so often, people everywhere struggle with consistent oral hygiene.
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Dr. Johnson’s Guide To Fluoride
11/16/2015
You’ve heard about fluoride before, whether you saw it on a package of toothpaste or a bottle of mouthwash, or you had to rinse with it when you were at the dentist. But what exactly is fluoride? You know that it’s probably important for your teeth (which you would be absolutely correct), but you may be wondering what it actually does for your teeth that makes fluoride so important.
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5 Surprising Foods That Damage Your Teeth
10/20/2015
There are foods out there that everyone knows are bad for their teeth. It’s not really surprising when you hear that coffee and tea stain your teeth, or that candy and soda decay your teeth (and are just bad for you in general). What a lot of people don’t know is there are some foods that seem perfectly innocent but have the potential to damage your teeth in some serious ways that you wouldn’t expect. Some of them are even very healthy for you, which makes them especially dangerous if you don’t know how they can affect your teeth. You don’t have to stop eating the foods mentioned below, but it’s recommended that you either limit how much you eat or follow a proper oral hygiene routine to ensure that you’re mouth is completely clean!
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