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!
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.
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.
Tooth pain is not normal. Often, tooth pain is an indication of a more serious problem. Read our blog post to learn about the most common causes of tooth pain and contact us for a solution if you experience tooth pain.
Everyone wants a beautiful white smile, but how do you keep yours? Good oral hygiene like regular brushing and flossing is necessary, of course, but there are other ways you can keep your teeth white, too. Check out our blog post for five.
If you see your gums bleed when you floss, it’s time to take a closer look at your oral care. Read our blog post where we go over the reasons why you may be seeing red, and what you can do to stop it.
Read our blog post for tips to care for your clear aligners. Contact us for more ways to make the most of your orthodontic treatment.
While brushing, flossing, and regular visits to our office for cleanings and exams are important ways to protect the health of your teeth, caring for your oral health extends beyond just your oral hygiene. Read our blog post for a look at habits you should avoid to keep your pearly whites healthy and strong.
April is one of our favorite months. Why? Because it’s Oral Health Month! And to kick things off, we like to celebrate Dental Hygienists Week, which is the second week of April. Read our blog post for a look at a day in the life of a dental hygienist.