Taking care of your mouth is imperative to healthy oral hygiene. However, just like with any other part of your body, your mouth can undergo inflammation creating discomfort and irritation. Sore gums can become a major discomfort, but not necessarily a medical emergency.  If you find your gums are sore and painful, try one of.. read more →

Keeping your babies happy and healthy is essential as they grow. Commonly, dental hygiene is left to the wayside when it comes to babies, and unfortunately dental health begins as soon as those baby teeth make their entrance. Your child’s first teeth make sure adult teeth come in correctly, so starting him or her off.. read more →

Life can be crazy, especially these days. There are so many changes going on in the world and within your own family that make keeping up with things, like going to the dentist, difficult. Why make it even more difficult by visiting multiple dentists or different dentists for different members of the family? Nobody has.. read more →

Chances are that your dental office is closed at the moment. Chances are, someone in your family has had to postpone a routine checkup or will have to postpone one in the near future. The COVID-19 pandemic has turned our world upside down and made the most mundane and normal things, like going to the.. read more →

When kids play outside, especially when they are younger, safety is always a top concern for parents. Helmets, knee pads, and even goggles are common items that parents make sure their kids are wearing for their protection. But what about mouthguards? Parents rarely stop to consider the necessity of mouthguards. Mouthguards aren’t required for every.. read more →

Dental sealants were introduced to the public in the 1960s and are used to prevent initial caries in both young children and young adults. These sealants are meant to reduce the risk of dental caries by approximately 80%.  Early intervention is key!  Why might your dentist suggest a sealant for your child’s teeth? This early.. read more →

Typical patients will see their dentist around two times per year unless they were put on a special schedule. Every six months you need to go get your typical checkup, including cleaning and at least one set of X-rays per year.  Did you know there are more important reasons why keeping your regular cleanings are.. read more →

Just as many things change throughout the seasons, so do our bodies’ reactions. In fact, the coldest months of the year can bring about many health challenges. While you have enough to worry about with the foods you consume during the holiday season and how it affects your teeth, the weather itself may be causing.. read more →

Patients are consistently told that brushing and flossing regularly and reducing sugar intake are the core components of good dental hygiene. But what if there was more than just your brushing habits and sugar control that helped affect your gums and teeth? Many people never follow the recommended dental hygiene from their dental professionals, and.. read more →

What you should know about professional teeth whitening and how it is performed If you are in search of the best results for your teeth, the results delivered by professional teeth whitening is unparalleled. Working with a professional is the optimal way of getting the results you want that over-the-counter teeth whiteners don’t always provide… read more →