While we wish that all of our patients visited us every six months for regular cleanings and exams, we understand that sometimes life gets in the way. Whether it’s your busy schedule, dental anxiety, or some other reason that’s kept you from the dentist, our team is always ready to welcome you back! Read our blog post to learn how we do that.
As modern dental technology has improved, the materials and chemicals used in dentistry have changed in favor of nontoxic alternatives. Read our blog post where we shine a spotlight on how our team uses composite dental fillings to restore and preserve the oral health of our patients.
We provide preventive and restorative dental care because we want our patients’ teeth to be healthy and strong. Read our blog post to learn about preventing bone loss with your teeth.
While they may not be as noticeable as brown spots or yellow staining, white spots on your teeth can still be frustrating when you’re trying to have a picture-perfect smile. There are a few different reasons you might have these spots. Read our blog post for different treatments to brighten your smile.
With each new season comes different types of treats to enjoy, yet seasonal goodies aren’t always the best for our dental health. Read our blog post for some springtime food options that won’t hurt your teeth, and instead are tasty while still being good for your smile.
New parents discover quickly that childhood is packed with milestones. From a kid’s first steps, to their first word, to their first tooth! Read our blog post where we highlight a few major dental milestones, and learn when to expect them in your child’s future.
In this day and age, we are constantly thinking about what we put in our body’s, worrying about what preservatives and toxins we may be ingesting. It’s only natural to question something like toothpaste. Read our blog post for what you need to know about natural toothpastes.
When was the last time you stopped to think about your toothpaste? Never? The toothpaste we use today has evolved quite a bit from its first recorded use in 3000 BC, but one thing is for certain: humans throughout history have appreciated the importance of a clean mouth and healthy teeth! Read our blog post to learn about the history of toothpaste.
Sleep apnea is a serious condition that affects your breathing as you sleep. Read our blog post where we share some common symptoms of sleep apnea to help you determine whether you may be one of the approximately 20 million Americans experiencing this sleep disorder.
Over the last few years, dental technology has quickly advanced to make treatment more comfortable and more effective than ever before. Read our blog post to learn about the advanced technologies we use in our office to give you the best care possible.