Many common dental conditions can be totally avoided with the proper preventive care. Not only does preventive care involve visiting our office twice a year for cleanings and exams, it also means practicing healthy oral hygiene at home. Read our blog post where we talk about the different steps in a healthy oral hygiene routine, including one step that you might be forgetting!
If you’ve put in a good amount of money on a dental procedure, we completely understand that you want it to last or work as long as possible. After all, you should get the most out of your investments, and that includes investments in your health! Read our blog post where we take a look at dental implants and how long they can be expected to last.
Baby teeth play a larger role than serving as the Tooth Fairy’s preferred form of currency! Read our blog post where we explore their purpose, as well as why teaching your children to properly care for their baby teeth can impact their dental health through their adult lives.
The health of your teeth and gums may not seem as vital as that of, say, your heart or your brain. But the fact is, oral health is directly linked to great overall health. If your mouth’s not healthy, that has the potential to affect other parts of your body. Read our blog post where we look at the potential link between gum disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
We may love our field of work, but there’s certainly a good number of people out there who have a strong fear of the dentist or getting dental work done. This feeling can range from a general uneasiness and anxiety all the way to a paralyzing fear. Read our blog post to learn about dental anxiety and what you can do to manage it.
One of our popular restorative treatments for missing teeth is dental implants. Not only do dental implants look and function just like your natural teeth, they can last a lifetime with proper care! Read our blog post to learn about the dental implant procedure, including some tips on caring for your dental implants.
Winter is coming! This means warm sweaters and cozying up to the fireplace on cold nights. But it can also mean adverse and even painful conditions for your teeth. If you’ve ever noticed that your teeth are more sensitive in cold weather, you aren’t imagining it. Read our blog post to learn how cold weather affects your teeth.
It’s no secret that sugar is the enemy of dentists everywhere. It is the primary cause of tooth decay and plays a role in many other dental conditions. Read our blog post for a closer look at why sugar is bad for teeth. We also share some tips for keeping your teeth healthy!
After oral surgery, the most important thing you can do to have an easy recovery is to follow the instructions of your dentist to avoid one of oral surgery’s most painful side effects: dry sockets. Read our blog post to learn about dry sockets and how to avoid and treat them.
It’s no secret that achieving a gorgeous, healthy smile takes some work. Read our blog post for tips to help give your smile the care it deserves. Don’t forget to schedule a checkup soon!