This cold and flu season, you may be thinking about your immune system more than usual. The last thing that anyone wants is to start the new year by getting sick. We all know that a strong immune system is your body’s first line of defense against illness, but you may be surprised to learn how your immune system and your dental health are connected. Read our blog post for a closer look at this symbiotic relationship.
When your gums recede, your teeth look longer. The sensitive tooth roots underneath get exposed, too. Gum recession can happen slowly, but once you’re diagnosed, can cosmetic dentistry fix receding gums? Read our blog post for answers.
Having a beautiful smile that lasts a lifetime isn’t about luck. In fact, maintaining your ideal smile is all about the care you give it over time. Read our blog for some good oral health tips to help you keep your perfect 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.
Just like your general health, it’s important to monitor your oral health, too. There are some signs that you can look out for in order to catch problems while they’re still small. Read our blog post to learn more about early signs of dental trouble!
Even though you go to a dentist for your teeth and a different doctor for the rest of your body, your oral health and overall health are closely linked. In recent years, researchers have been investigating a connection between heart health and gum disease. Read our blog post to find out what they have learned.
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.