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The Importance of Flossing

Even if you brush your teeth regularly twice a day, it is still essential for your overall oral health to floss as well. Flossing your teeth helps to…  read more →

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Sugar vs. Your Smile

While sweetened beverages like soda, sweetened teas and energy drinks may be a delicious treat every once in a while, it’s important to…  read more →

What You Need to Know About Restorative Dentistry

When it comes to restorative dentistry, the experts at Buhite & Buhite, DDS understand that every patient’s case is unique. Restorative…  read more →

Concerns About Charcoal Teeth Whitening

There are many different teeth whitening methods to choose from. Light activated, whitening strips and even home remedies just to name a few.…  read more →

A Closer Look at GLO Science Pro Teeth Whitening

There are many methods to go about whitening your teeth. Professional whitening methods, like GLO Science Pro, can give you much longer-lasting,…  read more →

The Do's and Don’ts of Teeth Whitening

The Do's and Don’ts of Teeth Whitening

Some people, no matter how many times they brush their teeth, have trouble removing stubborn stains and brightening their smiles. Discoloration of…  read more →

Coconut Oil Pulling for Whiter, Healthier Teeth?

Coconut Oil Pulling for Whiter, Healthier Teeth?

Coconut oil pulling is the unique oral procedure where one rinses his/her mouth with coconut oil for 10 to 20 minutes. It is believed that coconut oil…  read more →

Truths About Mouthwash

A standard dental routine includes brushing, flossing and sometimes, rinsing with mouthwash. The importance of brushing and flossing is commonly…  read more →

February is National Children's Dental Health Month

When it comes to good oral care, children are still learning best practices and it's important that parents, caregivers, and teachers provide ongoing…  read more →

Questions to Consider When Choosing a Family Dentist

Choosing a dentist may seem like a straightforward task, but when selecting the right dentist for you and your family, it’s important to do your…  read more →

Dental Implants: How They Work

Dental Implants: How They Work

If you’re considering dental implants or decided that dental implants are right for you, you may be wondering how they work. How Dental Implants…  read more →

Holiday Teeth Whitening

Teeth Whitening for the Holidays

The holiday season has begun and for many of us that means wanting to look our best for family and friends. Having a bright smile is an easy way to…  read more →

Dental Implants

Are Dental Implants Right for You?

If you’re missing teeth, you have likely considered getting dental implants. However, you may have been unsure about whether they were the right…  read more →

Buhite & Buhite, DDS at 2017 Rochester Kindey Walk

2017 Rochester Kidney Walk

On Sunday, October 1, we participated in the 2017 Rochester Kidney Walk to help raise money for the National Kidney Foundation. The staff and families…  read more →

Is Flossing Necessary?

Is Flossing Really Necessary?

A recent study of Americans and their flossing habits revealed that over 32% never floss and less than 30% floss every day.  This is a large…  read more →

Bottled Water and Your Teeth… What You Need to Know

It’s hard to believe, but bottled water wasn’t always so popular. It was once reserved for offices with a water cooler or for carbonated…  read more →

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Why do I have White Spots on My Teeth?

White spots on your teeth can occur from primarily two conditions – Hypoplasia and Hypomineralization – both of which affect the way that…  read more →

Light Activated Teeth Whitening

What You Need to Know about Light Activated Teeth Whitening

No matter how well you care for your teeth, certain lifestyle choices such as regularly drinking coffee and tea as well as genetic factors can have an…  read more →

About Gum Disease and How to Prevent It

Gum disease, or Periodontitis, is an infection of the gums and supporting tissues of the teeth. It is usually caused by Biofilm (plaque), calculus,…  read more →

The Facts about Wisdom Teeth

Often, when at the “age of wisdom,” young adults, ages 17-25, get their wisdom teeth. Wisdom teeth, technically known as third molars, are…  read more →