Your oral health is a unique blend of genetics and lifestyle factors. While good oral hygiene practices and a healthy lifestyle play crucial roles in maintaining a bright and healthy smile, certain aspects of your oral health are predetermined by your genetic makeup. Read our blog post for a look at the role genetics play in your oral health.
How often do you visit the dentist? If you only visit when you have a toothache or other dental problem, we recommend you read our blog post where we discuss five advantages of embracing preventive dentistry.
Unfortunately, dental emergencies can strike at almost any moment. Teeth are extremely fragile when they’re no longer in the mouth. Swift action is necessary in the event of a knocked-out tooth, so read our blog post to familiarize yourself with some crucial tips to stay ready in the case of a dental emergency.
Tooth pain can be excruciating. Whether dull and achy or sharp and throbbing, there’s no doubt the discomfort can significantly impact your daily life. Read our blog post to learn about the top three reasons for severe tooth pain!
When we think about oral health, we often focus on our teeth and their appearance. However, it’s crucial not to overlook the health of our gums. Our gums play an important role in maintaining a healthy smile and even have a connection to our cardiovascular system. Read our blog post to learn more about this connection.
Teeth grinding, or bruxism, is a common dental issue that often goes unnoticed until it begins to wreak havoc on your teeth and oral health. Check out our blog post where we discuss ways teeth grinding can affect your teeth.
The number of people adopting a vegan lifestyle has been steadily increasing. While a vegan diet offers numerous health benefits, it’s important to understand how it can impact your oral health. Check out our blog post where we explore the effects of a vegan diet on your teeth and gums and provide tips to maintain good oral hygiene.
It may have been a while since you reassessed your oral hygiene practices. After learning how to brush and floss your teeth as a kid, how often do people really think about whether they’re doing it correctly or not? Read our blog post for tips on practicing oral hygiene at home.
Gingivitis is what we call the early form of gum disease. When it worsens, then it becomes periodontitis. Read our blog post to find out what you should do if you have gingivitis.
We know the dangers of smoking for your overall and oral health, but what about vaping? Check out our blog post where we explain the impact vaping has on your oral health, and ways you can maintain a healthy dental routine.