Are you expecting a new baby? Congratulations! Maintaining your total-body health and oral health are crucial during your pregnancy for your personal well-being and your baby’s. Check out our blog post for what you need to know about maintaining great oral health while you’re pregnant!
Feeling self-conscious about your teeth? Cosmetic dentistry improves your smile’s appearance and boosts your self-esteem. There are also oral health benefits! Check out our blog post for some key examples.
Apart from brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day, visiting your dentist every six months is necessary for maintaining good oral health. Read our blog post to find out why it’s necessary to see your dentist every six months.
If you’re looking to straighten your smile, you’re probably wondering if you should choose between clear aligners or traditional metal braces. Read our blog post for a comparison of the two teeth straightening methods.
Dentures are a transformative dental prosthesis for people missing a full or partial arch of teeth. It’s important to note that not all dentures are created equally and it’s crucial to find a type that best suits you. Read our blog post for all the details on dentures.
Some people may think that an oral infection only affects the health of their mouth, but it can affect the health of your entire body. Check out our blog post where we review the link between oral infections and other overall health issues.
Periodontitis — It’s a big fancy word for a very common problem: gum disease. Read our blog post for the basics of what you need to know about the disease, including how it progresses, what its symptoms are, and what you should do if you have it.
Crowns are one of our most popular restorative treatments. Whether you’re looking to restore damaged teeth, replace missing teeth, or fortify weak teeth after a root canal, crowns may be the right option for you. Check out our blog post where we share some tips on aftercare for crowns to ensure your crowns last you for years to come.
Good at-home oral hygiene can reduce or eliminate your risk for developing many common dental issues. Read our blog post where we address one of our most frequently asked questions: between electric and regular toothbrushes, which is better?
Keeping your teeth pearly white is often a priority for many of our patients. Although people keep up with a proper oral hygiene routine, some people forget that your diet significantly impacts your teeth. Drinks can stain your teeth or cause tooth decay. Read our blog post where we look at six of the worst drinks for your teeth.