Caring for Your Smile This Holiday Season

Holiday sweets and treats are surrounding us filling the air with delicious smells during this winter and holiday season. With so much food within our grasp, it’s easy to get carried away and let tooth decay set in. That is why our team is here to give you tips, so you can keep your mouth clean and fresh all season... read more »

Mouthwash and Tongue Scrapers for Your Oral Health

Did you know that plaque, which forms on everyone’s mouth, can lead to gum disease? Or that gum disease can lead to decay, tooth loss, and even heart problems? But aside from visiting your dentist, what can you do to prevent these types of problems? Honestly, the most important thing you can do is maintain sound oral health. This means... read more »

Is a Tooth Extraction Really Better?

Did you know that if your tooth dies, your dentist will most likely have to remove it? Sadly, your teeth can die for a number of reasons, including trauma, decay, or infection. Luckily, there are many things a dentist can do to protect your teeth, including root canal therapy. However, we understand that many patients would simply prefer to have... read more »

The 7 Warning Signs of Gum Disease

An infection that attacks the tissues and bones that surround and support the teeth, gum disease is a common oral disease. Gum disease is usually painless, so you may not realize that you have it. This disease can cause the loss of permanent teeth if it is not treated. Contact your dentist if you notice any of these warning signs:... read more »

Pediatric Dentistry: The Tips Needed for a Healthy Smile

As a parent, do you ever wonder what you need to do to help your child grow into a strong and healthy smile? If so, we are happy to help you! There are four things that can help your child grow into the smile they deserve, and those four things include: No. 1: Bring your child in for their first... read more »

All about Your Toothpaste

Is your toothpaste not working for you? Not sure what to look for in a toothpaste? Well today is your lucky day. Our team is going to give you all the information you need to know about your toothpaste and why it’s important to find one that works for you and your teeth. Dentifrice, what we know as toothpaste, is... read more »

Make Brushing Fun by Doing These 5 Things

If your child struggles to brush their teeth, we have some suggestions you might want to try to make brushing a fun and enjoyable activity! Hum a tune Have your child hum a two minute tune they know and love while they brush their teeth. Better yet, hum along with them! You two can be a two-person band that rocks... read more »

Your Guide to the Right Dental Care Tools

Are you committed to your daily oral hygiene routine, but you’re not exactly sure if you’re using the right dental care products? Well, if that’s the case, we are happy to inform you! Dentists today suggest using the following items to give you the best chance at a strong and successful oral health: • Toothbrush: When deciding on which toothbrush... read more »

Seven Most Unwanted Dental Problems

We are all probably pretty familiar with reasons one might go to the emergency room: maybe a broken leg, or a car accident. What kind of problems arise in the dental world? Read this article to find out. Bad Breath - if you deal with bad breath - you are not alone! More than 85% of people have bad breath... read more »

Why You Should Not Practice Dental Tourism

The Organization for Safety and Asepsis Procedures (OSAP) says that “countries differ in their standards for infection control and safety. The use of fresh gloves, sterile instruments and safe water is not standard practice in all countries.” Yet some people practice dental tourism, where they go outside of the U.S. for cheaper dental treatments. However, due to differing guidelines and... read more »