Most Americans have had a cavity at some point in their lives. If you think you have developed a cavity, be sure to see us right away or your cavity could turn into a much bigger problem. Read our blog post to learn what happens if a cavity is left untreated.
If your pearly whites aren’t looking so pearly white these days, you are not alone. Many of our patients have discolored teeth caused by their lifestyle, their genetics, and their oral hygiene habits. Check out our blog post where we look at five common habits that can lead to tooth discoloration and share some strategies for getting a whiter smile.
Your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is what allows you to talk, chew, swallow, and perform other daily functions. When there is an issue with your TMJ, it can have a huge impact on your daily activities. Check out our blog post where we share five of the common symptoms of TMJ disorder to help you understand the reasons for your jaw pain.
We know that our patients want quality dental care that fits into their budget. For this reason, we strive to educate our patients on ways they can protect their oral health and reduce their risk for developing certain dental conditions that require costly treatment. Read our blog post for all the details on affordable dental care.
Summer is right around the corner, and kids all over the country are getting excited to have a break from school and enjoy all the season’s activities. We certainly want you and your family to have a blast with all your fun summer plans, but we can’t help but mention that during all of that it’s still important to keep an eye on your child’s dental health year-round. Read our blog post for 5 ways to have a cavity-free summer.
Earth Day is Monday, April 22nd, and it’s a wonderful reminder to incorporate more environmentally friendly practices into your daily routine. Read our blog post for ways to keep your teeth and the earth healthy!
Your teeth are with you for life. They age with you, and their care remains important all the while. Read our blog post where we cover some tips to help you maintain great oral care into your senior years.
Dental implants are a revolutionary way to replace missing teeth, but maybe you’re left wondering if they’re ever in need of replacing themselves. Read our blog post to learn about dental implants and the circumstances when they might need to be replaced.
While flossing is often overlooked, it’s an extremely important part of a good oral hygiene routine. Read our blog post for a closer look at the different flossing tools on the market to help you decide which is best for you and your family.
It might surprise you to learn that there’s a lot you can tell about your health from the appearance of your tongue. As dental care professionals, we can see a variety of health problems show up in oral exams. Read our blog post for a helpful guide of what tongue color says about overall health.