Whether you’re an athlete and live on sports drinks, or frequently consume energy drinks to get a necessary boost that carries you through the rest of your day, these beverages can cause major damage to your enamel. Sometimes, it can be easy to overlook the health of your gums and teeth to keep your body going so you can get through your day and be productive. Most people don’t know that sports and energy drinks can cause up to three times more damage to your mouth than soda. Visit your dentist and read on to learn just how much of an impact your habit may be having on your mouth. (more…)
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July 13, 2019
May 21, 2019
Ever since you were a child, you’ve been reminded to clean your teeth daily. But what about your tongue? Poor tongue hygiene could be the cause of that bad breath you can’t quite shake, even though you brush twice a day. If you’re unsure how to go about the preventive measure of tongue cleaning, it might be time to let your dentist explain this simple process. (more…)
April 15, 2019
You may not know it, but by scheduling your semi-annual checkup and cleaning with your dentist, you’re doing wonders for your overall health. Rather than leaving small problems to become big ones, you choose to tackle them head-on while they’re still preventable. Not only does this save you money and time in the long run, but it also safeguards your smile and maintains your bright teeth. But what you don’t know is that your dentist is helping prevent way more than cavities. Learn about how your dentist protects you from serious health issues like oral cancer during your routine checkups and cleanings. (more…)
March 29, 2019
Did you know that plaque buildup in your mouth may be connected to the plaque in your arteries? If you’ve just been diagnosed with gum disease, you’re not alone. Because over 85% of the U.S. population are affected by it, it’s important to know the other potential health problems that it could cause. Protecting your oral health now means more than preventing bad breath; it could mean shielding yourself from the leading cause of death in the United States, heart disease. (more…)
February 15, 2019
Did you know that February is National Gum Disease Awareness Month? Gum disease is an infection of your gums and supportive tissue that can lead to tooth loss and serious overall health issues if left untreated. In an effort to raise awareness on the importance of preventing gum disease, your dentist has put together a list of foods you can eat that will help keep your gums as healthy as possible.
January 12, 2019
Happy New Year! If you’re looking for a creative resolution to make this year, why not decide to love your smile? You’ll not only be enhancing your appearance, but your self-confidence as well. And that alone will help you live your best life in 2019! Regardless of which cosmetic issues you may have, there’s a solution that can correct it – and usually in just 1-2 visits. Keep reading to learn about the procedures a cosmetic dentist can use to transform your smile this year!
December 4, 2018
You’ve got your luggage packed and your plane ticket secured. All that’s left to do now is wake up early tomorrow morning and pack your oral care kit before you leave. But what exactly do you have packed in it? Are there additional items worth having in case of an emergency?
Traveling for the holidays can be a stressful time, especially for your oral health. That’s why you should consider these four tips a dentist recommends to everyone who intends to travel in the near future.
November 21, 2018
Unfortunately, while you are preparing for the holidays, there’s a pressing issue that definitely shouldn’t be overlooked – the return of flu season. The months of November through March are critical times for your overall health, so your dentist says that along with receiving your annual flu shot, it’s important to incorporate some supplemental habits into your regimen. Learn 5 practices that will help to protect your health during flu season.
October 14, 2018
When it comes to dental care, you want to make sure that everyone in the whole family gets highly-skilled, gentle and compassionate care at every appointment. And if you’ve scheduled a visit with a new dentist soon, it’s understandable that you might be wondering what to expect! Although each dentist is unique, you can count on your first checkup at any office to include many of the same basic steps. If you’d like to know more about what your first visit will be like, keep reading for more information about the typical new patient experience!
September 1, 2018
Have you noticed something different around here lately? As part of our continuous effort to improve the patient experience of all our guests, we recently completed a makeover of our dental website. Now, our website shares more custom photos and tells more of our story. At the same time, it includes the latest technology and makes us more accessible to everyone on the Internet. To learn more about the details behind the change, read on! (more…)