Oral cancer is deadly and it’s on the rise! Smoking and drinking alcohol can put you at high risk for developing this cancer, but there are many who are not a part of this “high risk” group who have also been affected by it. National Oral Cancer Awareness Week is April 8th-15th. Would you know […]
Choosing the best toothbrush can seem like a daunting task! Here are our top tips to choose the right toothbrush for each member of your family.
Teeth whitening is the most common cosmetic dental treatment today. And no wonder, as people associate white smiles with celebrities, health, and beauty. No doubt this explains the proliferation of teeth whitening DIY methods. Have you found yourself reading up on all the magical home remedies to make your teeth “snow white” on Pinterest? It’s […]
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, so it’s a good time to stop and examine the progress of your child’s dental health. From the time a baby’s first teeth erupt until the appearance of their wisdom teeth, keeping a child’s dental care on track will affect not only their smile and oral health but […]
Have you resolved to be healthier in 2018? Here are some changes you can make to your oral health that will positively impact your whole body health.
Many patients have questions about dental insurance coverage and benefits. Here are a few of the top questions we get about dental insurance.
Many wonder: “Are dental x-rays safe?” Here are the facts you need to help you decide what is best for you and your family’s dental care.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’re sharing some interesting 2017 breast cancer statistics in this infographic.
Have you ever: …hidden your smile in photographs? …avoided a situation because you lack confidence in your appearance? …wondered what’s involved in designing your dream smile? …worried about asking your dentist about smile enhancements because of fear of expense or pain? If you’ve answered “yes” to any of these questions, you’re not alone! According to […]
92% of adults have had cavities in their permanent teeth. However, many patients still have questions about cavities, their treatment, and prevention.