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.
Have you ever woken up with a stiff, sore jaw, or you enjoy contact sports but never wear any protection for your teeth? Both of these, and more, are signs that you should look into getting a mouthguard. Read our blog post to learn about the benefits of mouthguards, including signs you should get one.
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.
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.
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.