Most of us know that sugar can be harmful to teeth. While there’s no harm in enjoying a sweet treat every now and then, there are several sugar alternatives that can both satisfy your sweet tooth and keep your teeth healthy. Read our blog post for a list of dentist-approved sugar alternatives.
We know just how busy our patients and their families are balancing school activities, work schedules, and life’s curveballs. This does not have to mean that your dental appointments get left in the dust! Read our blog post for tips that will help you remember your dental appointments.
Check out our blog post to learn about how your oral health can affect your skin. Cleaner teeth will promote clearer skin! This means practicing superb oral hygiene at home and visiting us for biannual dental exams. Contact our friendly office to schedule your 6-month cleaning and checkup.
You may notice a sticky, fuzzy film on your teeth after you wake up or eat certain foods. Read our blog to learn about what causes this unpleasant feeling and how to get rid of it. We care about your dental comfort and health! Call us to learn more about oral hygiene and to schedule your next dental visit.
You want to have a healthy smile, but if you don’t have a good oral health routine set up, your teeth may not be as healthy as they could be. Read our blog post to learn about how to establish a good routine and what to include to ensure optimal dental health. Going to the dentist regularly, brushing twice a day, and flossing at least once a day will help keep your pearly whites looking beautiful. Call today to schedule your appointment!
Do you have concerns about the safety X-rays? We understand, but you don’t need to! Let us ease your fears about getting X-rays taken at the dentist and elsewhere. What Are X-Rays? An imaging test used by physicians to see bones and other inner structures, X-rays send a beam of radiation throughout your body, allowing … Continued
At first, it might seem strange that there would be a correlation between your oral health and your overall health. In fact, your mouth can act as a gateway into your body, and its health can have huge effects on your body’s health. To further understand how important it is to practice good oral health … Continued
It’s an established fact that smoking is generally not good for you and can have negative health consequences. Whether you’re a regular smoker or a social smoker, cigarettes also have a huge impact on your oral health and your teeth. According to the CDC, smokers are twice as likely to have three or more dental … Continued
Chances are you’ve heard that you should visit the dentist every six months. Maybe you even stick to that routine. But have you ever wondered why it’s important to be so proactive about your dental health? Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you, and taking good care of it with … Continued