How Shawn Mendes and Miley Cyrus Got Their Stellar Smiles

The 2019 Grammy Awards was a star-studded night packed with memorable performances. One standout came from the young Canadian singer Shawn Mendes, who sang a powerful duet of his hit song "In My Blood" with pop diva Miley Cyrus. But that duo's stellar smiles weren't always quite as camera-ready as they looked that night. "I had braces for four and... read more »

A Common Sense Approach to Managing Your Dental Care Costs

It's a sad fact: Many people postpone needed dental treatment because of their finances. There's no doubt that treatments for many tooth and gum problems can be expensive. But delaying treatment can make matters worse—and when they do see their dentist to address the issue, the costs can skyrocket. The thriftiest way to manage your dental health is to prevent... read more »

Singer Dua Lipa Sees the Wisdom in Postponing Tour Dates

When die-hard music fans hear that their favorite performer is canceling a gig, it’s a big disappointment—especially if the excuse seems less than earth-shaking. Recently, British pop sensation Dua Lipa needed to drop two dates from her world tour with Bruno Mars. However, she had a very good reason. “I’ve been performing with an awful pain due to my wisdom... read more »

Floss or be Flaccid

A recent study shows that men in their 30s with inflamed gums caused be severe periodontal disease are three times more likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction. Researched compare 80 men ages 30 to 40 with erectile dysfunction with the control group of 82 men without the problem. Their sexual function and periodontal health were assessed and they have found... read more »

Worst Food for Your Teeth

Do you know what the #1 cavity-causing food is? If you guessed some sort of sugary snacks or sodas you are wrong! It’s actually the saltine cracker. Saltine crackers are worse for your teeth because they are fermentable and highly processed starch. The crackers contain genetically engineered ingredients increasing the glycemic index which makes the food more cariogenic (cavity causing).... read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Here at Smile Designers, we endeavor to use our new blog as a regular means for publishing valuable content for our community through monthly blog posts. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we’re able to further explore some of the most important topics pertaining to our industry and area of expertise here on our website through these articles. Each... read more »