Teeth grinding, also called bruxism, can rapidly destroy your teeth if you grind frequently. Even if you grind your teeth from time to time due to stress, it’s a great idea to invest in a nightguard for bruxism. Read our blog post for all the details!
Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the body, but the need for restorative dental work can still be necessary. Whether it’s from neglecting proper oral care or an accident, restorative dentistry can solve your dental problem! Read our blog post to learn about our restorative options.
Dental care can quickly end up on the back burner throughout the year. Before you know it, it’s December, and you’re scrambling to set up dental appointments to use your dental benefits before they expire. Read our blog post to learn the three best ways to use your dental benefits in 2022!
Are you the kind of dental patient who keeps up with routine visits to the dentist, or do you only make an appointment after something has gone wrong? Check out our blog post for a list of the top 5 reasons why you should find a dentist for routine care.
Are you dissatisfied with your smile? Have multiple dental issues you’d like to see fixed? Is it affecting your self-confidence? Read our blog post to learn how we can help you achieve smile perfection.
It’s the end of the year, the time to be thinking about how to use up your remaining dental insurance benefits. Check out our blog post where we cover some information you need to know as we head into the new year.
Are you concerned about what the big Thanksgiving Day meal might do to your teeth? You’ll be glad to know that many Thanksgiving foods are tooth-friendly. Check out our blog post for the best examples.
Even though it’s the perfect month to scare others, you don’t want to scare them with your breath. If you’re suffering from chronic halitosis (bad breath), read our blog post for what you need to know about wrangling in the bad breath monster and taking back control of your smile!
Do you have gum disease? It is a common but serious dental issue, and the good thing is that it’s one that, if caught early, can be treated effectively. Read our blog post where we explore the various stages of gum disease so that you can understand what’s going on in your mouth.
If you’re dealing with jaw pain, you may start to hear the acronyms TMJ and TMD floating around quite a bit. The two are quite similar so it’s no surprise if you feel a little bit confused about what the difference is between them. Read our blog post where we clear things up!