What Is the Best Home Care Routine for Healthy Teeth and Gums?

May 26, 2020

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Could you imagine smiling without teeth? Your teeth do a fantastic job every day of completing your smile so you look your best. They actually do a lot for you. Your teeth help you speak properly so that you can have confidence communicating with those around you in your day-to-day interactions. Not to mention they are necessary for you to... read more » VIEW POST

Avoid These Bad Habits to Prevent Damage to Your Teeth and Gums

May 13, 2020

You brush your teeth, you floss them too, and you see your dentist on a regular basis. If you're taking all of these actions, then you are doing a great job keeping your smile healthy! You get a gold star from us. However, even when you're following those steps, it doesn’t always counteract habits that harm your teeth. Here are... read more » VIEW POST

Going to The Dentist During The Coronavirus Outbreak (COVID19)

April 17, 2020

Seeing the dentist during the coronavirus outbreak
We know these are unprecedented times. As health care providers we've been monitoring the situation over the past few months closely, and we'll continue to do so. We believe in being alert and not anxious. So you can rest assured that we're taking extra precautions. However, over the years dentists have been practicing with the assumption that patients may be... read more » VIEW POST

Don’t Let Bruxism (Teeth Grinding & Jaw Clenching) Destroy Your Teeth or Your Health!

December 6, 2019

If you're one of those folks who grind their teeth compulsively or clench their jaw repetitively, you likely suffer from a condition called bruxism. Bruxism affects about 10% of the population and can occur while you're awake or asleep. People often don't know they have it because 80% of it happens while you're snoozing! Bruxism during the day involves repetitive... read more » VIEW POST

This is An Awesome Thing to Know About Sleep Apnea

November 20, 2019

Can we get a show of hands for those of us who cannot function well without sleep? Our hands are definitely up. Getting good quality sleep is an absolute must, and yet, sleep apnea is a significant health issue in the United States. In fact, it's estimated that 22 million American adults are suffering from sleep apnea and keeping their... read more » VIEW POST

5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Mouth Healthy and Cavity-Free

September 6, 2019

Cavities are no fun! They can be big, small, sensitive, painful or even, in the early-stages, unnoticeable by the untrained person. But all cavities (big and small) are caused by bacteria. Bacteria causes all sorts of problems to your gums, teeth, and overall health. So it doesn't require a rocket scientist IQ to understand that there are some major benefits... read more » VIEW POST

What Happens When Gum Disease Is Allowed to Progress?

May 29, 2019

Periodontal Disease Stage chart
When asking a patient who was just recently in our office, "Do your gums bleed or hurt?" The person's response was surprising. They said, "Yes, my gums bleed, but that's normal." We were surprised by this response because bleeding gums is definitely not normal. In addition to making sure people are healthy, we believe in educating people because that is... read more » VIEW POST

Uncovering The Reasons For Your Bad Breath

April 2, 2019

Uncovering The Reasons For Your Bad Breath
“I brush and floss, but I still have bad breath.” We hear this a lot, and while you may not be happy about it, you're not alone. In fact, bad breath, or halitosis, is estimated to affect 1 in 4 people around the world, and can manifest as thick saliva, postnasal drip, a bitter metallic taste in your mouth and... read more » VIEW POST

How to Care for Your Oral Health If You Have Diabetes

March 26, 2019

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Did you know that almost 30 million Americans suffer from diabetes? If you are diabetic, you probably already know about the threat to your overall health from diabetes. Diabetes can come with some serious health risks, commonly called “diabetic complications” which potentially includes blindness, foot amputations, kidney failure, heart disease, neuropathies, and impaired wound healing. Not only are people with... read more » VIEW POST

Just How Toxic Are Your Silver Fillings?

March 12, 2019

Silver lips and teeth
If you're over forty and you've ever had a cavity, then chances are you've had a silver filling. But here's the thing, those fillings are silver in color but contain mercury in the material. In the dental world they're called amalgam fillings and while they've been used in dentistry for the last 150 years, nowadays they aren't as popular—and for... read more » VIEW POST