Oral cancer may not be at the top of your mind, but it is something you should get regularly examined for, especially if you are a frequent tobacco user! Read our blog post to learn about oral cancer and the importance of regular oral cancer screenings at the dentist.
It’s easy to remember to brush your teeth every day, but for many people, flossing falls by the wayside. While flossing certainly doesn’t replace brushing, it is a crucial part of the overall dental care routine. Read our blog post to find out why.
Whether you have a chipped, cracked, or broken tooth, a faulty dental device, or complications after a treatment, dental emergencies come in all shapes and sizes. Check out our blog post for tips on how to handle a dental emergency before you head to our office.
No two smiles are exactly the same. We might brush and floss our teeth twice a day, but regular professional dental cleanings and examinations are essential to maintaining good oral hygiene. Read our blog post to find out how often you should visit the dentist to maintain healthy teeth and gums.
Research shows 1 in 3 Americans struggle with dental anxiety. Even if you aren’t nervous, there are situations where sedation makes an appointment easier. Check out our blog post to see how sedation dentistry works.
Apart from brushing and flossing twice a day, mouthwash can give your oral health care regimen an extra boost. Read our blog post where we take a look at some of the benefits of using mouthwash, along with how to choose a mouthwash that’s best for your smile.
One of the most common dental ailments is gum disease, a progressive disease that affects millions of Americans every year. Read our blog post for ways to help prevent gum disease.
Did you know that your diet plays a large role in your oral health? There are many foods that can wreak havoc on your teeth and cause cavities if consumed too often! Read our blog post to learn more about which foods you should limit in your diet in order to help prevent tooth decay.
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.
During your last dental appointment, the front staff may have already booked you for your next dental cleaning and check-up six months down the road. Semiannual visits are the standard when it comes to dental care. Read our blog post to find out why you need to see the dentist twice a year.