Dental care can be expensive, which is why many people rely on dental insurance. What if you don’t have dental insurance? Our practice is proud to offer an in-house savers plan! Read our blog post for all the details!
Maybe it’s been quite some time since you went to the dentist’s office for a regular cleaning and exam. Maybe you go regularly but you’re curious about what’s actually going on when they’re cleaning and checking your teeth. Read our blog post to learn what goes on during these routine preventive services.
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.
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.
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.
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!
Getting a tooth knocked out is one of the scarier things that can happen to you. There’s lots of pain, blood, and fear. If you act quickly, we can save the tooth and replant it. Read our blog post for advice on what to do if your tooth is knocked out.
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!