What You Need to Know About Gum Disease and Gum Care September is National Gum Care Awareness Month, so it’s the perfect time to brush up on gum disease. According to a study quoted on the National Center for Disease Control (CDC) website, “nearly half (46%) of all adults aged 30 years or older show […]
Root canals are often blamed for pain, but they’re not the real culprit. It’s time to celebrate them instead. May is “Save Your Tooth Month,” according to the American Association of Endodontists (AAE). On top of that, the second week of May is Root Canal Awareness Week and Wednesday, May 12 is Root Canal Awareness […]
Get In On the February Fun We’re looking forward to February! There is so much to discover and do. If you’re like us, you might be wondering whether the Groundhog will see his shadow or who will agree to be your Valentine. The shortest month is full of fun holidays. Did you know that February […]
When you’re in the process of straightening out your smile, you know better than anyone that dental alignment is an ever-evolving process requiring constant care. It’s an investment you make in your long-term health and appearance. You might still be early in the process, or it could be almost that amazing day when the last […]
It’s important to teach your kids the importance of good dental health from a young age! Getting your children familiar with dental visits from the moment their first teeth erupt is a critical way of establishing healthy habits. Check out our blog post for advice on how frequently you should take your child to the dentist.
For years, traditional dentures were the most common tooth restoration, but they were far from perfect. While dentures have significantly improved over the years, dental implants are a better option for a lot of people. Read our blog post for the benefits of dental implants over dentures.
If you are going to get a dental implant, you may be wondering what the pain will be like after the procedure. Read our blog post where we give you an overview of the process and how long the pain will last after a dental implant.
Dental calculus. It’s a thing, and it has nothing to do with derivatives, slopes, integrals, or anything else to do with the math you left behind in high school. Also often called tartar, dental calculus is a hardened build-up of plaque on your teeth. Read our blog post to learn more, including tips on prevention.
Acid is one of the worst things for your teeth because it wears away your enamel, making your teeth more susceptible to tooth decay. Read our blog post where we explain which acidic foods and drinks you should avoid, what enamel erosion does to your teeth, and how to prevent your enamel from weakening.
When you break a tooth, whether it’s chipped, cracked, or split, you should seek professional attention from your dentist. Read our blog post where we go through a number of dental issues to help you determine what to do about a broken tooth. Contact us if you have a broken tooth!