You may know what oral health problems to watch out for, but how do you know if your mouth is […]
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Many people brush their teeth twice a day, but do you floss every day, too? Flossing cleans the tight spaces […]
We know holding off on making a dental appointment with the hope your toothache will subside is much more appealing […]
Swollen red gums indicate that it's only a matter of time before you’re booking an emergency dental visit. But you don’t have to let it come to that. Check out our blog post to learn about the symptoms and causes of periodontitis.
A restoration procedure commonly performed by dentists is dental crowns. Crowns help to keep the integrity of the tooth protected long-term and restore it to its most natural appearance and shape. Check out our blog post for signs you might need a dental crown.
Everyone snores occasionally, but loud, constant snoring is considered chronic. Sometimes, chronic snoring can be so loud that people sleeping in other rooms can hear it. What is the connection between chronic snoring and sleep apnea? Take a look at our blog post for what you need to know.
Have you noticed bleeding when you brush your teeth? Bleeding gums aren't normal and can indicate a more serious dental issue you’ll want to address right away. Read our blog post for a look at some of the reasons your gums bleed when you brush your teeth.
As the summer winds down and it’s time to get ready to go back to school, don’t let your kids’ oral health get lost in the shuffle. Check out our blog post for a list of the benefits of a back-to-school dental cleaning.
Whether smiling, speaking, or singing, you use the temporomandibular joints (TMJ) every day. The TMJ enables you to move your jaw to perform these actions. But when TMJ disorders occur due to an issue within the jaw or muscles, then TMJ pain may be hard to avoid. Check out our blog post for five daily tips to help with TMJ pain!
Fluoride is a mineral found in rock, soil, and water. For almost one hundred years, it’s been added to community water systems, mouthwash, and toothpaste! Read our blog post to find out why fluoride is one of the best ways to prevent cavities and protect your teeth.