When buying a toothbrush, it’s important to choose well as the type of brush can impact your oral health. Read our blog post for a look at doctor recommended toothbrushes.
Cavities are often accompanied by toothaches, sensitivity, and even halitosis. But what if there was a way to detect cavities before they even came to the surface? Check out our blog post for a look at our state-of-the-art tool that can do just that.
Most people feel at least a little anxious when they visit the dentist. For some, the anxiety can be severe and make it difficult to attend regular visits. Check out our blog post for three of the best ideas for overcoming dental anxiety.
When a baby tooth is loose, your child is likely filled with excitement and looking forward to yanking it out to place under their pillow. Read our blog post for advice on how to safely remove your child’s baby teeth.
One of the greatest perks of being a family dental office is teaching our young patients the importance of oral healthcare. And we take immense pride in being able to track your kids’ exciting dental milestones at the very same time you are! Read our blog post for a look at the top dental milestones you can track for your kids.
Have a look through the dental product section of your local grocery or convenience store, and you’ll probably see the word “fluoride” mentioned again and again. Read our blog post for some good information about why fluoride is so important to teeth.
Amid the many different types of cosmetic dentistry out there, tooth bonding is a popular and more affordable choice for many to fix imperfections in their smile. Read our blog post to see how tooth bonding can improve your smile!
Do you ever get sugar cravings? We know from experience that they can be hard to resist. To help you stay strong, check out our blog post where we share some tips on how to fight sugar cravings.
Great oral health isn’t just about having no cavities or gum disease, it also means a decreased chance of developing oral cancer. Prevention is key when it comes to oral cancer! Check out our blog post for some tips for maintaining great oral health and reducing your risk of developing oral cancer.
Dental emergencies can happen when you least expect, which is why it’s critical to know the signs and act quickly if an emergency arises. Read our blog post for what you need to know about dental emergencies and how to spot them!