As the weather starts to cool and the leaves begin to change, it’s time to indulge in some of your favorite fall foods. Not all seasonal foods are created equal, however. Some can fortify your oral health, while others can put you at risk for cavities and tooth decay. Read our blog post for our picks of fall foods for optimal oral health.
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Have you been told that you may need a root canal? If so, you probably felt an immediate sense of dread and uneasiness. However, there are many common misconceptions about root canals that are completely false. Read our blog post for what you need to know about root canals as we debunk the most common misconceptions about them!
Summer is on the horizon! This season is great for letting loose, enjoying some fun in the sun, and indulging in delicious summer snacks! However, there are many sugary, summertime treats that can wreak havoc on your oral health. Check out our blog post for some of our favorite summertime treats that are also healthy for your teeth.
Whether you’re missing teeth or unsatisfied with your dentures, dental implants are a great way to restore the appearance and function of your teeth. For many patients, dental implants are a versatile and long-lasting solution for missing teeth. Read our blog post to learn about dental implants, including their longevity.
Struggling to think of a gift for one of your loved ones? You can’t go wrong with the gift of a gorgeous, healthy smile. Read our blog post for some top holiday giving tips.
Pregnancy is a time full of physical transformations, for you and your baby. Needless to say, being pregnant also has an impact on your oral health. Check out our blog post to see how pregnancy affects your teeth and gums.
Taking your child to the dentist twice a year for regular cleanings and examinations is one of the best things you can do for their health. But sometimes, children can think the dentist is scary with all of the unfamiliar sights, sounds, and people. Read our blog post to see how we tailor our services to pediatric patients and ways we help alleviate dental anxiety for them.
Do you wake up with a tender jaw or persistent headache? Or maybe you’ve noticed wear to the surface of your teeth? You may be grinding your teeth at night, while you sleep. Read our blog post to learn more about teeth grinding, known as bruxism.
Sleep apnea does far more than just affect the quality of sleep you’re getting each night. Read our blog post to learn how sleep apnea can negatively affect your overall health.
Root canals surely don’t have the best reputation when it comes to dental treatments. There are plenty of myths swirling around about the restorative procedure. To clear up some of the basics, read our blog post for answers to the most frequently asked questions we get about root canals.