You may be surprised to learn how useful saliva can be when it comes to keeping your mouth healthy. Saliva has a lot of important jobs, from protecting against cavities to strengthening your teeth. Read our blog post to learn why you shouldn’t take saliva for granted.
Cavities are small holes in your teeth caused by decay. These permanently damaged areas need treatments like fillings. If untreated, cavities can cause infections and even tooth loss! Read our blog post for a look at five ways to lower your risk of developing cavities.
Kids start getting their baby teeth at about age 1, which is when they should start seeing a dentist! Routine cleanings, exams, and other services ensure your child has healthy tooth development. Read our blog post for what you should know about our dental services for kids.
It’s no secret that you can reduce your risk for most major dental issues with a healthy diet and a good at-home oral hygiene routine. If this makes you wonder if professional dental cleanings are really necessary, think again. Check out our blog post to see how important regular dental cleanings are for your oral health.
Dental plaque is the sticky substance that forms on your teeth and around your gum line from bacteria. Read our blog post to find out how to reduce plaque on your teeth.
Choosing the right toothpaste can make a difference in your oral health. Some toothpaste specializes in helping specific dental problems. Check out our blog post where we review some common toothpaste types and which would be helpful for you.
Although often overlooked, flossing is one of the easiest ways to protect your pearly whites and reduce your risk for cavities and gum disease. If you’re looking to kickstart your flossing habit in 2021, read our blog post to help you decide between conventional dental floss or more advanced tools like the Waterpik.
It might seem strange that your dentist advocates for you to chew gum, but, in fact, chewing sugar free gum is actually good for your teeth. Read our blog post where we explain why sugarless gum is beneficial for your oral health.
We’re all guilty of a little sweet-tooth craving every once in a while, but if you’re someone who is always reaching for a sugary snack, it may be time to consider an alternative sweetener. Read our blog post to discover 4 sugar alternatives. Contact us to schedule a checkup!
Read our blog post to discover why your mints may be making your bad breath worse! We explain how to choose a tasty mint to safely freshen your breath. Contact our friendly team for more dental care tips.