Sugar isn’t the only thing that can cause problems with your oral health. Read our blog post where our team has rounded up a list of foods that can cause surprising damage to your teeth. We hope this information will help you and your loved ones make informed choices about your oral health!
We teach all of our patients about the importance of regular brushing and flossing. In fact, if you brush your teeth without flossing, you’re still leaving around 40 percent of the surface of your teeth uncleaned. Check out our blog post for advice on how often you should floss!
Do you have gum disease? The good news is, if you catch the illness soon enough and pursue the right treatment, it is possible to reverse it and go back to having a healthy smile. Read our blog post for more on gum disease and what you can do to reverse it.
Accidents happen. When it comes to your teeth, accidents can be startling, especially if a tooth has been harmed as a result. Read our blog post where we let you know what to do if you chip or break a tooth.
We receive a lot of questions from patients on the newest dental gadgets. Often, our patients wonder if the expense of a new oral health appliance is really worth it. Read our blog post where we look at one of the most popular pieces of dental tech on the market: the WaterPik.
Sometimes it can be hard to tell whether your dental issue is just a minor annoyance that can be addressed during your next appointment or if it is a true dental emergency that requires immediate attention. Read our blog post for tips on what to do if you think you have a dental emergency.