Treating Bad Breath

Do you wake up in the morning with bad breath? Have you noticed that your breath can get sour after eating certain foods? The good news is that you are not the only one to have had this problem, and we are here to help! Today, we would like to provide you with a few… Read more »

Avoid These Behaviors During Softball Season

Softball season is just beginning, and you’re probably thinking of ways to improve your swing, your quickness on defense and more. As you’re thinking about these things, our dentist, Dr. , also encourages you to think about your smile. It’s important to do all you can to maintain healthy teeth and gums this season. To… Read more »

Modern Day Dentistry: Unhealthy Foods to Avoid

How would you rank your oral health care in regard to your cleaning habits? Although most individuals make sure they are brushing and flossing each day, you may fail to take into consideration the effects that a poor diet will have on your oral health. Some foods can cause severe dental damage in a variety… Read more »

Dentistry Blog for Beginners: Teenage Dentistry

  Do you practice effective oral health care with your smile on a daily basis? Did you know that as a teen you are most at risk for numerous ailments because of peer pressure and the willingness to do things that are hazardous to your health? It’s true, so it’s important to avoid all risks… Read more »

Senior Dental Care for the Older Generation

Are you a senior that still has all of your original adult teeth? If so, good for you! Due to the nearly universal use of fluoride in drinking water and dental products, tooth loss has been drastically reduced among the older generation. Although the prevalence of fluoride has is a huge benefit to our teeth,… Read more »

Achieve Optimum Holiday Health with Dental Floss

The New Year is almost among us, which means new opportunities to enhance your oral health care. If you haven’t already started, make sure you’re brushing and flossing on a daily basis and visiting your dentist for professional cleanings every 6 months. Furthermore, don’t be afraid to look for new ways to improve your pre-existing… Read more »

Shed Some Light on Chewing Gum

  Cleaning your mouth out after meals is essential, and certain products should not be used. Due to the risk of dental abrasion, you will need to seek out alternative means of keeping your teeth clean. One highly effective option for oral health care is by chewing sugarless gum after meals, which can help keep… Read more »

Smiling Can Help Your Holidays Be Merry & Bright

The holiday season may bring you excitement, stress, or a strange combination of these emotions. Everyone has that one relative—you know, the one that can make family gatherings awkward, uncomfortable, or even stressful at times. Have you ever heard the phrase “fake it til you make it”? It may come as a surprise, but with… Read more »

Three Tooth-Friendly Habits for a Lifelong Smile

Avoiding the development of dental issues can maintain the strength and health of your smile up to a lifetime. Taking proper care of your smile on a daily basis can make this happen. We encourage you to practice the following three habits consistently to help you keep your smile for a lifetime. First, daily oral… Read more »

The Dangers of Gum Disease

Chances are that you already know that gum disease can lead to bad breath and loose teeth. Maybe you even knew that gum disease can cause problems with your jaw. But did you know that gum disease, if left untreated can cause serious problems in other parts of your body? For example, if you live… Read more »