Why are Teeth Sensitive?
The enamel is the outer protective layer covering each tooth.Read
The History of Dental Floss
Today, flossing is a hallmark of good oral hygiene and health. But it wasn’t always like that. You may be surprised to know how flossing became so impRead
Preparing for A Dental Emergency
Knowing the steps to take when a dental emergency transpires can save the damaged tooth.Read
Oral Cancer Screenings... What Should You Know?
Preventative health care check-ups such as mammograms, colonoscopies, and prostate exams, are highly important in detecting anything irregularRead
The Dangers of Piercing and Your Oral Health
A piercing close to the mouth is also close to plenty of bacteria, nerves, and blood vesselsRead
Tips for Soothing a Toothache Before Your Appointment
Getting a toothache out of the blue is painful as well as inconvenient.Read
Care for your Tooth Enamel
You could be doing things everyday to weaken your enamel, leading to a higher risk of cavities, tooth discoloration, and sensitivity.Read
What is the Difference Between Plaque and Tartar?
Many of our patients wonder whether there is a difference between plaque and tartar and what distinguishes the two from each other.Read
Flossing is Essential
Flossing is incredibly beneficial to your oral hygiene.Read
Bad Habits That Affect Your Teeth
While enamel has a reputation for being tough, it can break quite easily! Our daily habits can actually put our teeth at risk.Read
What Causes Dry Mouth?
When our salivary glands aren’t working properly, it causes an insufficient flow of saliva leading to dry mouth.Read
Stop Gingivitis From Allowing You From Smiling
We define gingivitis as the inflammation of the gums characterized by irritated gums, redness, swelling, and in some cases, bleeding.Read
What Dental Implants Can Do For You...
As a tooth replacement option, dental implants have more advantages than other treatments.Read
Causes of Stained Teeth
We can divide the causes of tooth discoloration into three categories: discoloration related to age, intrinsic, and extrinsic.Read
How to Make Oral Health Fun for Teens
It is very important to instill a good oral hygiene routine in teens, even if it is tough.Read
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