Great Dental Care Equals a Great Smile

By now you may have already seen the value of daily oral hygiene when it comes to maintaining a healthy mouth with strong teeth and gums. Brushing your teeth at least twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush combined with a fluoride toothpaste and flossing in between the teeth and along the gum line at… Read more »

Foods That Promote a Healthy Smile

While is clear that to maintain a healthy smile, foods that are high in sugar should be avoided, sometimes it is unclear what foods are good for your teeth. Dietary habits more obviously affect your overall physical health than your dental health, but the benefits food can have for your teeth are numerous. If you… Read more »

Dentists and Sleep Apnea

When you’re not sleeping right, you’re experiencing a lot of serious health problems. And when those kinds of problems crop up, we tend to seek out the most common kind of health care available – a trip to the general practice doctor’s office. However, if you’re dealing with sleep apnea and its related side effects,… Read more »

Frequently Bleeding Gums: A Symptom of Early Gum Disease

Oftentimes, when brushing your teeth or flossing, you may notice that your gums bleed. If this is a frequent occurrence, you may be seeing the early signs of gum disease. Now, it may be likely that you are simply cleaning your teeth a little too exuberant. But, if the bleeding happens more often than not,… Read more »

Types of Mouth Sores and Their Treatment

The inside of your mouth has remarkably fast-healing tissue. Although, there are several types of soft-tissue disturbances, or sores, that can develop in your mouth. These irritations are somewhat common, but if they become uncomfortable and don’t seem to be properly healing, you may need to book an appointment with your dentist to rectify the… Read more »

The Links Between Your Oral Health and Dental Veneers

If you’re looking to improve the quality of your oral health, consider tooth restorations from your dentist. If you have any dental damage or irregular teeth, a restoration treatment such as dental veneers can be beneficial. Veneers, also commonly referred to as dental porcelain laminates, are thin prosthetic shells that are bonded directly to the… Read more »

Prepare Your Smile for the Future with Oral Health Care Basics

Maintaining a proper diet includes always visiting your dentist when necessary and receive the proper treatments and procedures to help restore and repair your smile. However, you should also have prevention plans in place to help protect your teeth, so further oral ailments do not arise. This includes keeping your teeth safe from microscopic damage… Read more »

Sports Drinks and Your Teeth

Sports drinks may be popular among your peers, but drinking them regularly can negatively affect your teeth. They can lead to cavities and erosion of your enamel. We will explain how this happens and what you can drink instead. The problems are that sports drinks have a lot of sugar and a high acid content…. Read more »

Consistent Flossing Is Essential for Preventing Periodontal Health Problems

Periodontal health problems often start out with mild gum inflammation, which is a tell-tale sign of gingivitis. This typically causes the gums to look inflamed and bleed easily when performing your daily oral hygiene routine. At the same time, many people who suffer from gum disease also experience persistent bad breath. The American Dental Association… Read more »

The Importance of Brushing

Do you ever wonder why it’s important to brush? If so, our dentist, Dr. , is more than happy to help you! Brushing is very important. In fact, it’s so important that it’s recommended to brush twice a day for two minutes each time. These are the reasons why brushing is so important: -Brushing removes… Read more »