1. Consequences Of Not Visiting The Dentist

    The mouth is the entryway to the body and if not taken care of, it can cause dire health consequences to the entire body. Most people are aware that they need to visit the dentist twice a year for a general check-up. However, only a few people maintain regular dental visits. Some people may question…Read More

  2. Are Teeth Bones?

    Teeth are a peculiar part of the human body. We see and use them every single day, yet people tend to know very little about teeth. Through dentists and public knowledge, people understand the need for brushing teeth regularly to maintain a good level of health. However, the reasons behind these com…Read More

  3. In-office Teeth Whitening

    Let's face it. No one likes to greet the world with yellowed or stained teeth. That is one reason why teeth whitening is one of the most popular trends in cosmetic dentistry today. It gives you the bright white smile you deserve to present to the world. If done correctly, it is also safe and effecti…Read More

  4. Is Tooth Bonding For You?

    Bonding can be just what you need if you have any of the following problems with your teeth: Large spaces between teeth Decayed teeth Cracked or chipped teeth Unsightly teeth Receding gums causing exposed root Teeth Bonding Repairs Teeth With Hard Plastic Resin Dental bonding or tooth bonding is a t…Read More

  5. Bad Breath Home Remedies

    Bad breath, also commonly known as halitosis, is socially unacceptable and humiliating because it leads to low self-esteem. Some of the causes of bad breath include medical conditions, dry mouth, gum diseases, alcoholism, smoking, and eating odorless foods. For instance, if you fail to brush your te…Read More

  6. How To Maintain Healthy Gums

    Many people do what they can to prevent cavities, but have you considered your gums lately? Your gums are what serve to help support your teeth, so it is critical to keep them healthy. Symptoms, such as swelling, pain or bleeding, may indicate an underlying disease of the gums. If left untreated, th…Read More

  7. The Benefits Of Small Dental Offices

    Small Vs Big Dentistry Large or small, everyone needs a dentist. Large dental practices are great at pushing through tons of patients, but do they provide the personal care you’re hoping for? While there are some advantages to “big dentistry”, smaller offices present some intriguing benefits t…Read More

  8. How Often Should You Visit The Dentist

    If you ask most people about visiting the dentist, they will likely cringe at the thought. It is estimated that up to 40 million Americans are afraid of the dentist. This means a large percentage of the population may be avoiding taking steps to ensure good oral health. While what you do at home to …Read More

  9. Curbing Dental Anxiety

    Anxiety is something we all deal with to a varying degree. For some, visiting the dentist is a simple, noninvasive experience and for others…it’s phobic. As dentists and hygienists, it’s our job to make sure that anyone, wherever you land on the anxiety spectrum, gets the care they need with t…Read More

  10. Back To The Basics: Timeless Dental Habits

    Dental Care: The Fundamentals Basic dental care can keep you and your mouth in the best of health. Every day when you brush your teeth properly, what you're actually doing is preventative care. By taking a small step twice daily, you're preventing bigger issues with gums, teeth and bones. Preventati…Read More