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.
We know parents have many questions when it comes to caring for their child’s teeth. Read our blog post where we focus on one of the most frequently asked-about topics: pulling out loose baby teeth.
If you’ve ever developed a canker sore, you know just how uncomfortable they can be. Read our blog post to learn the warning signs of a canker sore and some steps you can take to avoid them. Visit our office if you have a problem canker sore!
Gum disease is a serious condition that affects many Americans each year. Read our blog post for information on gum disease and the treatments we recommend. Contact our team to schedule a consultation if you have issues with your gums.
Read our blog post to discover three factors that may explain why you grind your teeth at night. Contact our office to discuss ways to address this serious condition, known as bruxism.
Read our blog post to discover how poor dental hygiene can negatively affect your general body wellness. Our expert team can give you tips to improve your at-home dental care to better protect your oral and overall health. Contact us to schedule your 6-month cleaning and checkup!