Dental anxiety is no joke. In fact, studies have shown that many patients suffering from dental phobia only visit the dentist if they’re suffering from intense pain. Don’t wait for the pain, read our blog post for some tips that will help you feel ready to come see us for your bi-annual visit.
Posts Categorized: Dental Health
If you’ve been living with a missing tooth (or teeth), we know just how much of an impact this can have. We offer several options for treating missing or badly damaged teeth. Read our blog post to learn all about dental implants. Contact us for a consultation!
You probably know gingivitis as it is commonly known: gum disease. Read our blog post where we explain what gingivitis is, what the symptoms of gingivitis are, what causes gingivitis, why gingivitis is a risk to your oral health, and how you can prevent gingivitis.
Forgetting to floss is like forgetting to clean the nooks and crannies of your house. Read our blog post to learn about the consequences of not flossing your teeth regularly. Feel free to visit our team to discuss your flossing technique!
Limiting sugar intake is good for our overall and dental health. Read our blog post to learn how those sweets damage your teeth. Contact us to schedule a cleaning soon!
Are you frustrated by your stinky breath? Read our blog post for simple tips to combat bad breath. We can help turn your breath from foul to fabulous! Contact our friendly team for more oral care tips and tricks.
Check out our blog post to learn why your teeth are yellow. If you are unhappy with the color of your teeth, ask us about our cosmetic dentistry options. Contact us today for a brighter, whiter smile!
If you’re looking for a quick way to freshen your breath, don’t reach for a sugary piece of gum! Read our blog post to learn about how sugary gum can harm your oral health and why sugar-free gum is safer and healthier. Contact our dental practice with more questions about how to care for your teeth.
A healthy mouth will help protect your body from other health issues. Read our blog post to learn about how your oral health can affect your digestive, reproductive, hormonal, and heart health. Going to the dentist means you’re taking an important step to take care of your total health. Call us today!
Our blog post explains why you should be brushing your dog’s teeth. We recommend how often to brush your furry companion’s teeth and what tools to use to optimize their oral health. Follow our blog for more dental care tips. And contact our office to take care of your own teeth and schedule your next cleaning!