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 »

Learn a Little Bit More About Dental Sealants

You have most likely been told about the benefits that come from using oral sealants, but do you understand what exactly dental sealants are and what they’re developed from? To help you wrap your head around dental sealants, we’ve put together this blog post. If you still have any queries after reading it, please feel… Read more »

Holiday Dentistry: Aging and Dental Health

If you would like to keep your teeth safe and functioning correctly in the twilight years of your life, it is important to make sure you are practicing effective oral hygiene habits, employing a healthy lifestyle, and eating a healthy diet. As you age, your teeth wear down, and you’re more susceptible to numerous ailments… Read more »

This Season, Fall in Love With Your Smile By Receiving Dental Veneers

Cosmetic smile flaws are a valid reason for cause for concern because, even if you do not have a dental issue such as tooth decay, a flawed smile can create embarrassment and even shame. Our skilled dentist and team want to help you fall in love with your smile again, and dental veneers may be… Read more »

Keep Your Smiles Healthy This Holiday Season With These Ideas

The holiday season is here, and with it, the flurry of activities, festivities and social commitments inherent this time of year. We might be tempted to cut corners elsewhere just to carve out time and energy during this time. But now is not the time to neglect your smile. Our team some oral care ideas… Read more »

A Severe Tongue Injury Will Need First-Aid While Assessing the Need for Emergency Care

A minor tongue injury can sometimes be caused by accidentally biting down too hard when chewing gum or eating a meal. These instances rarely cause significant oral trauma. At most they might cause minor bleeding or cause a small area to swell. There are other rare times when an accidental blow to the face or… Read more »

The Foundations of Flossing

If you are taking the time to brush your teeth for two minutes, twice a day, congratulations! Brushing is an important part of a sound oral hygiene regimen, but it is not the only part. If you are brushing but not flossing, you are missing out on a key component of your dental health. If… Read more »

Decreased Fluoride Exposure Can Contribute to Tooth Sensitivity Discomfort

For many years, fluoride has been known to help restore the mineral strength of tooth enamel. Trace exposure from municipal drinking water and brushing your teeth with a fluoride toothpaste can help restore some of the mineral density of your teeth to prevent cavities and reduce your chances of suffering tooth sensitivity. If plaque acids… Read more »