Imagining a World Without Dentistry (Part 2)

Imagining a World Without Dentistry (Part 2)

Last month, we began exploring what a world without dentistry would look like. This month, we’ll finish up with a journey. If you haven’t read the first half of this two-part series, please take a moment to read our August blog. Now, let’s continue to explore the potential consequences of a world where oral healthRead more

Imagining a World Without Dentistry (Part 1)

Imagining a World Without Dentistry (Part 1)

I have always strived to provide you with the best oral care possible, ensuring your smiles remain vibrant and your teeth stay healthy. Today, I want to take you on a unique journey of imagination – a journey into a world without dentistry. Have you ever wondered what life would be like if dentistry neverRead more

Oral Hygiene

Things You Might Not Realize Your Dental Hygienist Is Doing During Your Visit

Visiting us only when you have a problem with your teeth is not enough to remain healthy. That’s why your preventive visits with our dental hygienists are so important! But did you know that your dental hygienist is doing much more than cleaning during your visit? Examining Your Gums:  Our dental hygienist will examine yourRead more

Dry mouth

Dry Mouth – What You Should Know 

Dry mouth is a condition that occurs when you don’t produce enough saliva. A dry mouth can cause discomfort, pain, and a dry feeling in your mouth. The presence of saliva in our mouths is very important. It’s a necessary part of our digestive system that breaks down our food and keeps our mouths moistRead more


Water Flossers Vs Flossing

Flossing is essential to your dental health, and it’s recommended by all dentists as the best way to clean in between your teeth. But did you know that regular flossing isn’t the only way to clean in between your teeth? Water flossers are now an alternative to dental floss and can be used to cleanRead more

smoking and oral health

Smoking and Your Oral Health

Many people don’t realize the negative smoking can have on their oral health. It’s also a major cause of bad breath. How does smoking affect your oral health?  Gum disease Gum disease is the most common cause of tooth loss. Smoking can interfere with normal gum cells making them more susceptible to infection, inflammation, andRead more


Bad Breath Causes and Solutions

PREVENT AND TREAT BAD BREATH Bad breath or halitosis is a common problem that can affect your social interactions, your confidence at work, and your ability to communicate with others. The main cause of bad breath is poor oral hygiene. Other causes can be because of an unhealthy lifestyle and eating foods with a strongRead more

brushing too much?

Is it Possible to Brush Too Much?

Since we were young, the importance of brushing our teeth is ingrained into our minds by our parents, public service announcements, dental hygienists, and dentists. However, is it possible to do too much of a good thing? Upon the recommendation of The American Dental Association, adults should brush their teeth for 2 minutes, twice aRead more

Oral Cancer

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

Every April the American Cancer Society shifts its focus to oral cancer and the importance of early detection. Oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancers occur most often in the tongue, tonsils, oropharynx, gums, and other parts of the mouth.  The Society’s most recent estimates believe that in 2021 we will see about 54,010 new cases ofRead more

Couple brushing teeth together

A Proper Oral Hygiene Routine

We often talk about the importance of a good oral hygiene routine to ensure a happy and healthy mouth, but are we really maintaining a good routine? There are certain details we miss or often take for granted, so while we’re already putting in the time and effort, we might as well make sure weRead more