Herbivores, omnivores, and carnivores have drastically different diets, and each has teeth made specifically to handle said diet. Read our blog post to learn about how tooth size and shape varies based on the type of diet a species consumes.
You do everything you can do be healthy. You brush, floss, eat plenty of fruits and veggies, and exercise. But what about the health of our planet? Read our blog post for ways to make your dental routine more environmentally friendly.
Are you taking proper care of your furry companion’s oral health? Check out our blog post for 5 tips on brushing your pet’s teeth. Ask your vet if and when your pet needs a professional cleaning. And remember to care for your own teeth! Schedule your next dental check-up by calling our office today.
This new year, consider setting a resolution that’s about your dental health! By looking after your oral wellness, you’re ensuring that you maintain a great smile for years to come. Check out our blog post to get some dental health resolution ideas.
It’s important to know that what you eat plays a crucial role in your dental health. So which foods are good for your teeth and which are bad? Learn about 6 tooth-friendly foods as well as some not-so-tooth-friendly foods by reading our blog post.
When you see your dentist, you aren’t just looking out for your oral health. The health of your smile can impact your overall health in many ways, from your digestion to your heart health! Digestion Your teeth help you properly break down food in order for it to be digested efficiently. Having decayed or missing […]
What would you say are the top five scariest monster teeth of all time? We’ve listed our picks below—see if you agree! Dracula When people think of scary monster teeth, Dracula immediately comes to mind. After all, he is the original blood-sucking monster. And what better way to terrorize your victims than with a set […]