Dental insurance benefits can provide you with the assistance you need when covering treatments or achieving a dental goal. Since your benefits are only good for the year, check out our blog post to see how to use your dental insurance benefits to give you a new smile for 2023!
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A cleaner, brighter smile can give you a boost in confidence that could be exactly what you need to kick-start the New Year on the right foot. Take a look at our blog post for five simple dental hygiene habits that you could adopt for healthier teeth and gums.
Thanksgiving is historically known for gatherings, traditions, and delicious feasts. If you plan to dive into dishes this Thanksgiving, take a look at our six dental tips to remember!
It’s no surprise that when something goes wrong with one part of your body, other parts are affected. Read our blog post to see how your oral health impacts your overall health.
When your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunctions, the pain, and discomfort can appear gradually or quickly. If you have experienced TMJ symptoms, you may already know how inconvenient TMJ is. Read our blog post for some tips on what not to do if you have TMJ!
It’s something we wait all year for without shame, seasonal beverages. But have you ever wondered how your favorite fall drinks affect your teeth? Check out our blog post for five tips to protect your teeth from indulging in your favorite drinks.
Did you know that you should be flossing once every day? Flossing cleans the 40% of your tooth’s surface that brushing does not cover, including those hard-to-reach areas where food particles get trapped. If you’re not flossing as regularly as you should, there’s no time like the present to incorporate it into your oral hygiene routine. Read our blog post for three tips for getting started!
If you’re living with a TMJ disorder, you know that it can lead to painful problems when chewing or talking, among other issues. That might seem bad enough, but TMJ disorders can also damage your teeth. Check out our blog post where we shed some light on how diagnosing and treating TMJ disorders can help protect your pearly whites.
Your gums are the soft tissues that support your teeth. While you may worry about dental issues like stains and cavities, your gums are just as important as your teeth! Read our blog post to find out why you shouldn't overlook your gum health.
Our team understands that it can be challenging for parents to ensure their child is brushing, flossing, and using mouthwash daily. It’s no secret that children are fans of sweet treats and likely prefer not to sit in a dental chair. However, dental care just got more fun for your child! Check out our blog post to learn about our Healthy Smiles Club for kids.