Did you know that periodontal disease can affect your overall health? Check out some of these reports to understand what this disease can do to your body.
Multiple medications, including those prescribed by your doctor and many over the counter – can affect your health. Being aware of how to treat these side effects will help maintain your overall oral health.
Having a dental emergency? Don't panic—most dental emergencies are nowhere near the severity of a medical emergency.
Patients are unaware that the damage they are doing on those “not every night” can lead to many issues within their mouth. Your dentist recommended that you invest in an occlusal guard/night guard for many reasons.
The constant concern about dental x-rays....are they safe? Do I have to have them? Well we have the answer for you. Dental x-rays, whether used the conventional way or digitally are the only means to diagnosing a problem or perhaps stopping a problem before it becomes painful.
Replacing your missing teeth are so important to your overall general health and all of your other teeth. Using a dental implant to replace a missing tooth has been being practiced for over 50 years, and the treatment is more predictable than bridgework for one major reason.
As parents, we are our children’s care takers. It is our responsibility to ensure our children are practicing good oral health habits, so that they continue to keep these habits for a lifetime.
Has your dental provider ever given you proper tooth brushing instruction? If you say no to that question, you are not alone.
Yes parents, it’s almost here! With summer creeping up right around the corner, it’s important to implement some summertime tooth tips into your everyday fun.
Often times patient would like a smile makeover but have no idea where to begin. Your first step in building a great dental relationship with your mouth and your dentist.
Oral Cancer can affect all parts of the mouth including tongue, lips, gums, hard or soft palate and cheeks. Needs some questions answered about Oral Cancer? We can help!
The good ol’ toothpaste debate! As you know everyone has their opinions on what toothpaste is good and which is bad. Let’s break it down for you from a dental stand point.
Do you have one of these habits? If so you could be causing some real harm to your teeth. Many people have at least one of these habits but are unaware of the damage they cause to their teeth.
Have you ever really thought about the answer to that question? If you haven’t you are not alone. Many patients typically are not in tune with how their dental claims are paid or what their plans pay for.
Many new parents often come into the office and ask what should I expect during childhood when it comes to my children’s teeth? I have some answers for you!
Are you suffering from severe bad breath, also known as halitosis? The first thing you should do is identify the cause so you can determine an effective treatment.
Smoking and tobacco use can cause a lot of oral health issues including oral cancer to yellowing of the teeth. You will see an abundance of staining of the tongue and teeth.
Your snoring affects personal relationships as well as your health. Stop snoring today and improve your health with a Dorsal sleep device. It is estimated the 60 million Americans snore and that 18 million suffer from OSA, obstructive sleep apnea.
When you look into the mirror, do you like the color of your teeth?
Thinking of whitening your teeth but unsure of the right product to use? Are you afraid of the commitment it will take to brighten your smile?
If you currently suffer from dry mouth do more than just sip water. Dry mouth can lead to other issues you may be unaware of like:
- Ongoing bad breath
- Mouth infections
Have you ever stopped to think about what is in some of your favorite beverages? Now is the time! I’d like to focus this blog on giving you some important information about how much sugar is added to some today’s most consumed drinks.
The occlusal guard resembles the shape of a horseshoe, is made of plastic and is worn over the teeth to help protect them from damage done if you clench or grind your teeth. The guard creates a physical barrier between your lower and upper teeth.
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