• Pregnancy and Dental Health

    Are you expecting a new addition to your family and are wondering how it may affect your dental health? Due to the hormone surge women experience when pregnant, certain dental health issues can be more common. There are ways however to prevent oral health issues during your pregnancy. Continue r ...Read More

  • Ways to Make Your Smile Stand Out

    Being self-conscious of your smile is a thing of the past with constant advancements in both general and cosmetic dentistry. Over the years, your teeth take some wear-and-tear, whether it be chips and cracks or discoloration. Luckily it is not something you have to live with forever. If you find you ...Read More

  • Benefits of Chewing Gum

    Recent research has shown that chewing gum can be good for your oral health and overall well-being. Improvement in memory, focus, alertness, concentration, stress management, weight management, oral health, and more can be achieved by simply chewing sugar-free gum. However, the surprising results h ...Read More

  • Gum Disease: Symptoms and Treatments

    If you have been diagnosed with some level of gum disease you are not alone. Most adults will develop gingivitis or some form of periodontal disease. Problems range from simple inflammation to severe damage to the teeth, supporting bone, and soft tissue. The worst cases of periodontal disease result ...Read More

  • 3 Reasons Why Brushing Your Tongue is Important

    You brush your teeth at least two times every day and remember to floss once per day, so you are quite confident your whole mouth is clean, right? Not completely if you haven’t been regularly brushing your tongue. Why Should You Brush Your Tongue? You may wonder why it is necessary to brush your t ...Read More

  • Common Causes of Toothaches

    All over the world, the most common reason patients seek dental help is to relieve tooth pain. Most frequently the cause of the discomfort is tooth decay. However, there are many other reasons, and identifying them may help prevent future toothaches. Tooth decay Decay is the most common cause of too ...Read More

  • Mouth Myths: 4 Misconceptions About Dental Care

    “I don’t need to see the dentist if my teeth look and feel fine.” Sound familiar? This is actually one of the most common dental mouth myths in existence. Myths such as these have prevented patients from providing their teeth with the care they need for years, and we want to help put an end to ...Read More

  • Reshaping Your Smile with Gingival Contouring

    Reshaping Your Smile with Gingival Contouring Gingival—or gum—contouring is a treatment often used in cosmetic dentistry. Gum contouring is the process of shaping the gums around your teeth using an advanced dental soft tissue laser. The laser allows dentists to safely and effectively reshape yo ...Read More

  • Prevent Migraine Pain

    If you have been suffering from a migraine, you know the pain and misery caused by it. Approximately 14% of Americans get migraine headaches. In the early stages, people tend to get confused between a migraine, sinus and a normal headache. But with time and advanced research, the experts have come u ...Read More

  • 3 Dental Habits You Should Break Today

    Brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing once a day, seeing the dentist for regular exams and cleanings every 6 months—these are all good dental habits to have for better dental and oral health. But it’s important to remember that there are such thing as bad habits too, especially with dental h ...Read More