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.
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A lot goes on at the end of the year, holidays, gatherings, and so forth. Though a lot goes on, you're likely paying for dental insurance for coverage. If you haven’t taken advantage of your dental benefits, check out our blog post for tips to use up your benefits before the year ends!
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!
At our office, we’re proud to provide preventative dentistry, restorative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and more. Preventative dentistry includes services like cleanings, exams, and fluoride treatments. Read our blog post to find out what fluoride is and whether or not everyone needs it.
Swollen gums can occur from something as easy as improper brushing or consuming something extra hot. If you are experiencing swollen gums, read our blog post to learn how to reduce swelling!
Kids go through a lot of changes as they get older. You might be wondering if their smile is on the right track! While every kid is a little bit different, there are certain dental milestones to look for. Check out our blog post to find out what to expect.
Dental implants are the most durable, natural restoration you can get. But with an unchecked bruxism habit, you could be putting your dental implant at risk. Check out our blog post where we help you understand what to do about implants if you have bruxism.
When it comes to your oral health, prevention and early diagnosis are crucial to maintaining a healthy smile. Knowing what to look out for can help you catch dental issues early on while they’re still small. Read our blog post to learn more about early signs of dental trouble!
Did you know that your diet has a direct impact on your teeth? It’s important to know which foods can be harmful to your smile so that you can safeguard your oral and overall health. Read our blog post to learn more about which food groups you should try to avoid in order to protect your teeth and gums!
Read our blog post to discover how dental sealants can reduce the risk of tooth decay and cavities. Our office provides a wide range of preventive dental services, in addition to cosmetic, restorative, and emergency care. Contact us today to schedule an appointment!