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Dental Health

Oral Cancer Awareness Month
Apr 3, 2019

By choosing to come in for a routine checkup and an annual screening, one of our dental professional can inspect your mouth thoroughly for any precancerous growths or overall changes to the inside of your mouth.

Five Things Your Mouth Can Tell You About Your Health
Feb 20, 2019

Several studies have shown a clear link between oral problems and serious health conditions in other parts of the body.

A Hookah Habit is Detrimental to Oral Health
Nov 14, 2018

Many people have the misconception that smoking a waterpipe is somehow less harmful than smoking cigarettes, but that’s simply untrue. Smoking hookah regularly can lead to gum disease, oral cancer, and other serious health conditions.

Breastfeeding and Your Child’s Dental Health
Oct 31, 2018

Breastfeeding is one of the first decisions a new mom and baby will make. Many know that breastfeeding and bottle-feeding have different implications for a baby’s overall health, but you may not realize that the approach you choose can affect your child’s dental health, too.

How To Take Care Of Your Teeth While You Have Braces
Aug 14, 2018

Many people experience the need for teeth straightening and jaw realignment. In the United States alone, more than 4 million people currently have braces, and around 25 percent of those are adults. Although braces are a typical procedure, many people have questions about their care.

When to Talk to Your Dentist About Wisdom Teeth
Aug 2, 2018

Wisdom teeth often bring one thing to mind: pain. Around 85 percent of people need to have their wisdom teeth extracted because the teeth usually don’t have room to grow correctly.

What Does the ADA Seal on Dental Products Mean?
Jul 19, 2018

You have probably seen the American Dental Association (ADA) seal of acceptance label on hygiene products, but you may not know what it signifies.

When Does Thumb-Sucking Become a Dental Problem For Your Child?
Jul 9, 2018

Thumb-sucking is a completely normal reflex children and babies. Thumb-sucking can manifest itself as a pacifier, fingers, or other objects as well. This action can act as a coping mechanism for anxiety, as it allows for your child to feel calm and can even sooth them as they go to sleep.

3 Tips to Keep Your Mouth Healthy While Traveling
Jun 27, 2018

Vacation is an excellent time for your overall mental state but can be the worst time for your teeth. With all responsibilities lifted, people often feel so relaxed on vacation that they forget to brush and floss.

What are Canker Sores and What Can I Do about Them?
Jun 20, 2018

With more than 3 million cases reported per year, it is possible that you have had a canker sore. While these sores are irritating, most are nothing to prompt worry. Still, there are some things you can do to prevent more of them.

4 Myths About Teeth Whitening
Feb 8, 2018

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Many people turn to at-home remedies to whiten their teeth, but do you know fact from fiction? Here are some common quick-fix teeth-whitening myths.

Dental Care During Cold and Flu Season
Jan 17, 2018


While of course, you must take care of yourself overall during the flu, it is also important to pay attention to your dental health when fighting illness.

The Truth About Why You Have Jaw Pain
Dec 20, 2017

Jaw pain is a common problem — with a lot of different causes. Some of these are things your dentist needs to address, while others may require a doctor’s care.

Oral Health: What is Stomatitis and What Can You Do about it?
Dec 12, 2017

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You may have had stomatitis and not even realized it. That’s because this condition is often called other things.

3 No-Nos for Toddlers that Will Hurt Their Teeth
Dec 6, 2017

Baby teeth are essential to your child’s health. Healthy baby teeth will pave the way for stronger adult teeth. When you help your children take good care of their teeth, you are starting habits that will last a lifetime.

Is Flossing Really Important?

Flossing is important for many reasons, but mainly, it’s the key to fantastic oral health.

What is a Dead Tooth and What Can You Do about It?
Nov 15, 2017

A dead tooth sometimes referred to as a “non-vital tooth,” is a tooth no longer receives blood flow. Learn about symptoms, causes, and treatments.

What are Mouth Ulcers and What Can You Do about Them?

Mouth ulcers (also known as canker sores) are generally small, painful lesions that develop in your mouth or at the base of your gums.

Is Mouth Breathing Causing You Dental Problems?
Nov 1, 2017

Typically, people breathe in and out through their nose, but some breathe in and out through their mouth, which is known as mouth breathing.

Itchy Gums? You’re Not Alone

Itchy gums is a growing epidemic. If you feel your gums have a strange, itching sensation, you’re not alone. This complaint is becoming more common.