Healthy gums are firm and free from issues like bleeding or tenderness. When they’re not healthy, they can start pulling back from your teeth, creating pockets where plaque and tartar can build up. Check out our blog post to find out why gum recession happens and what can be done about it.
Consuming alcohol socially or leisurely is common among many individuals. But did you know that drinking alcohol can affect your oral health? Read our blog post to learn about the effects of alcohol on oral health.
Going to the dentist can be a daunting experience for many people. Dental anxiety is a common issue that affects individuals of all ages, so don’t feel like you’re alone. However, it’s important to overcome this fear and maintain good dental hygiene for overall well-being. Read our blog post for five easy strategies to fight dental anxiety.
Invisalign’s sleek design and easy use make it a great way to treat a variety of smile concerns, including bite and alignment issues. Read our blog post for a look at the alignment issues Invisalign can typically solve.
Most patients want to keep their natural teeth whenever possible. We are committed to helping our patients repair and restore their natural teeth to keep their oral health in tip-top shape, but sometimes, this just isn’t possible. Check out our blog post to see when a dental extraction is the best option for your oral health.
Are you looking for a dentist that checks all of your family’s boxes? We totally get it! Choosing a dentist who fits your family’s needs will help you and your crew get the care you need and deserve under one roof. Check out our blog post for three reasons to choose our practice as your dental home.
“TMJ” stands for “temporomandibular joint.” You have two on either side of your face, which connect your jawbone to your skull and let you open and close your mouth. When either of these joints gets damaged, the disorder is often just abbreviated as “TMJ” or “TMD.” Check out our blog post to find out what the dentist can do to fix TMJ disorders.
After a long day, it’s understandable that you may want to skip over flossing. Yet, it’s best to fight the urge since cleaning between your teeth helps remove plaque, the source of cavities and gum disease. Read our blog post for advice on flossing correctly and avoiding common flossing mistakes.
Understanding the anatomy of your teeth can help you have a better understanding of your oral health. Just like your body, there are many layers that make up your teeth’s composition. Read our blog post to learn about the anatomy of your teeth!