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!
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!
Canker sores are small lesions on the soft tissues of the mouth. They are white ulcers that are most commonly located on the inside of the lips, the gum line, and the inside of the cheeks. Read our blog post to learn more about what causes canker sores and how to treat them!
It may not seem like visiting the dentist is a big deal, but it is! Taking care of your smile can have a huge impact on your smile’s appearance, your gum health, and your overall health and well-being! Read our blog post to learn more about why dental care is so crucial.
COVID-19 is a new virus, and as such, there is still a lot of research to be done on how it spreads and how it can be neutralized. Fortunately, there are some products that have already proven themselves effective when it comes to fighting the coronavirus, and many of them are items that you probably already have in your home. Read our blog post for details!
Your TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, helps a lot of everyday functions that you probably don’t think twice about like talking and yawning. So when something is amiss with the joint, it can cause some serious discomfort. Read our blog post to learn how TMJ disorder is treated.
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.