If you suffer from chronic jaw pain, you’re not alone. About 15 percent of Americans experience jaw pain and suffer from associated symptoms such as neck and face pain and migraines. Read our blog post to learn about chronic jaw pain and it says about your mouth.
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.
Temperatures are finally starting to rise, and summer will be here before you know it. Spring and summer not only bring better weather and a change in wardrobe — it can also mean improved oral health. Read our blog post to learn more!
You know what you should be doing to keep your teeth clean and healthy–brush, floss, visit the dentist, and the list goes on. But do you know what you shouldn’t be doing? Read our blog post for five common habits that may be harming your teeth.
When it comes to dentistry, titles and degrees can be confusing to those outside the industry, but we know how important it is to our patients that they understand the level of education, training, and certification their dentist has received. Read our blog post where we explain the difference between DDS and DMD dental degrees.
You don’t need to run away at thought of a root canal. Root canal is a common, proven treatment that helps rather than hurts you. Read our blog post where we shine some light on the steps of the procedure to let you know that it’s not something that should cause you worry or fear.
Does the thought of visiting the dentist make you anxious or fearful? Read our blog to discover how sedation dentistry can ease your nerves about dental treatment. Your comfort is our priority and we promise to make you feel safe. Don’t delay needed dental treatment any longer—contact us today!
Have you let your routine dental appointments pass by without going in for your exams and cleanings? You’re not alone! Getting back to a dental routine can be daunting, but read our blog post for some helpful tips. Call us today to schedule your next appointment.
We see so many patients who come in embarrassed about their lackluster dental habits. Whether it is someone who is overly apologetic about not flossing enough or someone who sheepishly admits they’re not brushing for a full two minutes twice a day, there are many people out there who wish they could do better but […]
Your mouth is a gateway to the rest of your body, literally and figuratively. You use it to feed your body and keep it healthy, but the health of your mouth is also indicative of the health of the rest of your body. Studies show links between the health of your gums and serious health […]