These expert tips can help keep your teeth healthy, even during quarantine. Read more to find out how!
Client and staff safety is our number one priority. See what measures our office is taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Coronavirus.
What is mewing? Is it safe? Find out if this new trend is right for your oral health needs!
Our gut biomes can have a significant effect on our health. Find out how probiotics can increase your healthy bacteria and potentially improve your oral health!
Preparing for a dental emergency can be the difference between a perfect smile and a permanently lost tooth. Find out how to plan for a dental emergency!
The majority of dental insurance plans renew on a yearly basis, which means that on December 31st you may miss out on unused benefits. Making your dental appointment is more important now than ever to ensure that your dental benefits don’t go to waste. Here are some other reasons why using your dental benefits before the end of the year is important.
Brace yourself for our favorite dental jokes and help us celebrate National Tell a Joke Day!
Your dog or cat can’t tell you when their teeth are causing them pain. Poor oral health can lead to plaque, cavities, gum disease and tooth infections. Tooth abscesses are particularly dangerous as they can lead to serious health issues and complications. Learn how you can help protect your pet’s teeth and promote great oral health!
Added sugars can be extremely detrimental to your oral health. The more medical researchers and nutritionists learn about them, the more we understand how they affect our health and wellbeing. Sugar-free sweeteners like xylitol have become increasingly popular. Xylitol’s sweetness is similar to sugar but it doesn’t come with many of the negative side effects. Many oral health experts are reporting that it can even be good for your teeth.
Sharp, shooting pain in your mouth is a telltale indicator that you’ve split a tooth. If biting down on food results in instant pain that subsides soon after, this is a big sign of a crack. Also, sensitivity to very hot or very cold foods is a giveaway, since the interior of the tooth is not meant to be exposed to these temperatures.