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How COVID Affects Dental Health

Covid-19 has affected almost every aspect of daily life as we know it. As we have learned more about the coronavirus, we have learned how to keep ourselves healthy and safe.

Apr 1st, 2021
How Does Fluoride Help My Teeth?

We’ve all heard it before, both on television and in the dental chair: fluoride is important for keeping your teeth healthy. But you may be wondering; how exactly does fluoride help my teeth?

Mar 4th, 2021
What Are Root Canals?

The term “root canal” is enough to make anyone nervous, but the truth is that root canals are completely safe and an important part of restoring damaged or decayed teeth.

Feb 3rd, 2021
Does Invisalign Help With Periodontal Disease?

While they may at first seem unrelated, there is a direct connection between crooked teeth and gum disease. Continue reading to learn more about how Invisalign can help treat periodontal disease.

Jan 13th, 2021
Why Do We Need to Get Fillings on Baby Teeth?

A common misconception is that because baby teeth will eventually fall out, it’s not necessary to restore any damage or decay that occurs. While this theory is plausible, it’s not true.

Dec 15th, 2020
The Importance of Phase 1 Orthodontic Treatment

In order to ensure that your little one does not have any serious issues with the growth and development of their teeth, it is sometimes necessary to have them undergo early and preventative orthodontic treatment.

Nov 19th, 2020
Are WaterPiks as Good as Flossing?

For many people, daily flossing may feel like a bit of a chore. For those on the search for alternative methods of cleaning the spaces in between the teeth, Waterpiks are often a top choice.

Nov 5th, 2020
What is In a Bone Graft?

Bone grafting is an impressive aspect of modern dentistry that makes it possible for the successful replacement of missing bone structure.

Oct 8th, 2020
Am I a Candidate for Invisalign?

Thanks to advancements made in modern dentistry and orthodontics, achieving a beautiful aligned smile has never been easier or more achievable

Aug 31st, 2020
How Periodontal Disease Affects The Heart

If a recent visit with your dentist has left you with a recommendation to get a check-up with your general doctor or a heart specialist, you may be left confused and wondering where there is a connection between your dental and heart health.

Aug 11th, 2020
What is a Root Canal?

If you are experiencing a sharp pain in your tooth that is sensitive to hot or cold, you may be in need of a root canal.

Jul 31st, 2020
Everything You Need to Know About Dental Implants

Dental implants are a shining example of the amazing progression made in the cosmetic dental industry, and have made it possible for millions of people worldwide to build a smile that they love.

Jul 21st, 2020
How Prescription Medications Affect Your Mouth

Modern medicine allows for the successful management of various different health problems with the help of prescription medications. While this is certainly a good thing, it is important to consider how these medications affect your body; specifically your

Jun 29th, 2020
Why is Fluoride Important?

When you return to your dentist’s office twice a year for your cleaning and check-up, your dental hygienist will most likely ask if you want to do a fluoride treatment. Most people are familiar with the term fluoride, but do not truly know what it truly

Jun 29th, 2020
How Lasers Can Change Your Dental Deep Cleaning Forever

Deep cleanings, known clinically as scalings and root planings, are designed to prevent gum disease (periodontitis) from progressing by removing bacteria, calculus, and plaque from both the surface of the teeth as well as underneath the gum line...

Mar 15th, 2020
What Is A Deep Cleaning?

If you have been told that you are in need of a deep cleaning, you may be wondering what it is, how it differs from a regular dental cleaning, and what you can expect during your treatment. Continue reading for a complete breakdown of deep cleanings to...

Feb 27th, 2020
Diabetes & Dentistry

Over the years, as more is learned about the human body, a significant correlation has been found between diabetes and the presence of dental problems. If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, it is important to understand the condition’s effect...

Feb 18th, 2020
Straight Teeth Are Healthier Teeth

Many people work hard and spend large amounts of money to achieve straight, white and perfectly aligned teeth; the “perfect” smile. The truth is that a straight smile’s importance goes far past aesthetics...

Jan 26th, 2020
Bridge Vs Implants

If you have been left with one or more teeth missing in your mouth, you may find yourself looking for treatment options to fill the space in your smile line. Two of the most popular treatments for filling a space in the mouth are bridges and implants...

Jan 12th, 2020
Your Child’s First Dental Visit

In some cases, it can be quite difficult to get your little one on board with a trip to the dentist. It is perfectly normal for children to feel apprehensive or nervous about their first visit, and it is even more normal for you to feel this way...

Dec 23rd, 2019
Do You Have Dry Mouth?

Those who suffer with dry mouth, clinically known as xerostomia, can attest to the fact that it can be extremely uncomfortable, and it can make simple everyday tasks, like eating or speaking, relatively difficult...

Dec 12th, 2019
All About Invisalign

If you are facing the process of straightening or aligning your teeth, you are most likely considering using Invisalign. Since its introduction in 1997, Invisalign has helped millions of people achieve a beautiful and aligned smile...

Nov 25th, 2019
Deep Cleaning

If your dentist has recommended a “deep cleaning” for you during your last dental visit, you may have been left wondering what exactly that means, and what it may mean for you...

Nov 7th, 2019