Summer Oral Care Tips

As we approach the summer months many of us are looking forward to bright sunshiny days and warm weather.  But with higher temperatures comes heightened awareness of sun safety. We all know about the importance of protecting our skin from the sun, but have you ever thought about what those harmful UV rays can doRead more


Oral Health Tips for Vegetarians

People choose to eat a vegetarian diet for a variety of reasons, but did you know that you could be missing some nutrients that are vital to your oral health?  Although this diet has many health benefits, some of the nutrients needed for your teeth are most commonly found in meat and dairy products. ButRead more


Oral Health Considerations for Those With Asthma

Asthma can be a debilitating illness, but with proper care and treatment most people suffering from asthma still thrive.  But did you know that asthma could affect your oral health?  The effects of inhalers can increase your risk of some mouth conditions so it’s important to be aware of how to mitigate these risks. DryRead more


Interested in Veneers?

Here’s some important information you should know. Veneers are an excellent way to improve the appearance of your smile. We’ve gathers some information to help you better decide if this cosmetic treatment is right for you. What is a Dental Veneer? Veneers are a thin layer that is placed on the surface of your tooth. Read more


What You Drink Impacts Your Smile

A healthy smile starts with daily brushing and flossing accompanied by regular dental check-ups and cleanings.  But did you know that what you drink also impacts your oral health?  Some beverages can help support happy healthy teeth, while others can work against you.  Drinks that Promote Oral Health Water Rinses your mouth of food debrisTapRead more

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Oral Care for Baby Teeth

Teething Your baby’s teeth will begin to emerge between the ages of 3-9 months. But most children don’t have a full set of teeth until about 3 years of age. Some babies show little sign of discomfort whereas others experience moderate to severe symptoms. Common symptoms are: increased fussiness, restlessness, drooling, sensitive gums, and lossRead more

All About Root Canals

A lot of people are a little wary about dental procedures, but some treatments, such as root canals, have a particularly bad name that scare even the bravest of patients. There are a lot of misconceptions about root canal procedures, and when you know the facts, you’ll see there is nothing to be afraid of.Read more

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Are Your Benefits Expiring?

If you’re covered under a dental insurance plan, there are a few things to be aware of as 2018 draws to an end.  Most plans follow the calendar year, so being aware of your insurance benefits is more important now than ever.   6 Reasons to Visit Us Before the End of the Year  Read more

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Sugar and Teeth

You’ve heard it before. Sugar is bad for your teeth. But it’s not actually the sugar that damages the teeth, which means we can potentially keep enjoying our favorite candy. That sounds pretty sweet! Become educated on the process of how sugary food and beverages impact your teeth so you can take the right stepsRead more

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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