“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.
It might not seem obvious, but your oral health has a major influence on your overall health, especially your heart health. Check out our blog post where we take a look at the relationship between your heart health and oral health, and how you can take measures to improve both.
Did you know that there is a link between diabetes and oral health? Diabetes can cause a variety of oral health complications if it isn’t carefully monitored and regulated. Read our blog post to learn more about the connection between mouth health and diabetes.
During times of crisis, it can be difficult to find information that is both recent and reliable. We recommend using trusted resources like government websites when you need to find information that is related to the coronavirus and everything that it affects. Check out our blog post for some websites you can utilize for up-to-date COVID-19 information and statistics.
Over the past several weeks, many of us have been trying to do our part to reduce and prevent the spread of COVID-19. If everyone introduces a few new habits into their daily routines, it can end up having a major, positive impact in their community. Read our blog post for a few things you can do to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
When you take care of your teeth and gums, you’re not just looking after your oral health, you’re looking after your total body wellness. Check out our blog post for a look at medical conditions caused by poor oral health.