Diabetes And How It Can Affect Your Smile

You may be unaware of how diabetes can affect your smile. Studies show there is a link between blood sugar control and gum disease. In fact, nearly 30 million people living in the U.S. have diabetes. So, how does that affect your smile and what can you do about it? Bacteria love to live inside… Read more »

Does Water Flossing Work?

Flossing is a daily essential to oral health because it removes food particles and plaque from between the teeth. When there is less dental waste in the crevices of your teeth, the chances of tooth decay and gum disease dramatically decrease. It has been clinically proven repeatedly that flossing is an important daily routine, but… Read more »

Certain Medical Conditions Can Cause Chronic Dry Mouth

Dry mouth problems can be more than uncomfortable. In fact, decreased saliva production can increase your chances of suffering cavities and gum disease. Dr. urges patients to identify the cause of their dry mouth problems as an important preventative measure against oral health maladies. A new prescription medication, frequent alcohol consumption, and tobacco use can… Read more »

Bad Breath Can Be Treated With These Tips!

If you need help dealing with your bad breath, then you have come to the right place! Halitosis, also known as bad breath, is not fun to deal with and can be frankly embarrassing. That is why, our team here at in , , is happy to talk to you about bad breath and how… Read more »

Composite Resin Fillings Are Effective for Repairing a Cavity in Your Smile

Here at in , , we understand just how much your smile’s appearance means to you. When one of your front teeth develops a cavity, it can hamper your self-confidence while also causing discomfort. To repair the tooth decay and restore your smile’s appearance our dentist can apply a composite resin filling. After taking some… Read more »

Establishing Good Oral Hygiene Habits Helps Maintain a Healthy Mouth

Your mouth is a very complex part of the body that is responsible for a wide range of responsibilities. Maintaining a healthy mouth is an important aspect of maintaining good quality of life. To help you address all elements of maintaining good oral health, Dr. offers the following insights and recommendations. The American Dental Association… Read more »

How to Decrease the Risk of Getting Oral Cancer

You probably know that there are several steps you should take to keep your teeth strong and healthy. For instance, you probably understand that brushing and flossing your teeth are very important. You may also understand that you should schedule regular checkups with our team. During these checkups, we’ll assess the health of your mouth… Read more »

Find Your Happy Place with Healthy Foods

A happy smile is a healthy smile, and the key to a healthy smile is a healthy diet. The foods you eat and a diet devoid of sweets are sure to keep your pearly whites at their brightest. Not only can tooth-healthy foods improve your smile, but they are also beneficial to your waistline. Find… Read more »

A Teen’s Oral Health Depends on Making Good Decisions

A teen’s oral health depends on making good decisions. As the last of your adult teeth grow in, it’s an important time to remember that they are the last set you are ever going to get, so from that day forward you must always protect them by cleaning them daily and making safe decisions. Some… Read more »

Tooth Infection vs. Tooth Abscess

While you’ve probably heard of a dental infection, do you know exactly what an abscess is? While the two issues are fairly similar, they actually have a number of important differences. Understanding these differences may help you have a better idea of what to expect when these issues are addressed. As you know, your body… Read more »