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.
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Have you noticed that your teeth seem to feel extra sensitive when it comes to hot and cold foods and drinks and when you brush your teeth? You may be suffering from tooth sensitivity. Read our blog post to learn more about the most common causes of tooth sensitivity and how to minimize it!
Calcium is a vital mineral. It helps build bones, allows our blood to clot, and so much more. But what happens when we have calcium buildup on our teeth? Check out our blog post where we discuss how to prevent and treat excessive calcification on teeth.
Cavities are one of the most common dental issues. Generally speaking, a cavity is when decay causes a little hole in the surface of your teeth. But did you know there are different types of cavities out there? Read our blog post for a look at the three main categories of cavities and how they differ.
Tooth decay is one of the most common dental ailments. It's important to be able to identify signs of decay so that you can seek treatment as soon as possible. If left untreated, decay can wreak havoc on your smile and can even lead to more serious health concerns down the road. Read our blog post to learn about the early signs of dental decay.
Taking care of your smile doesn’t have to be a chore! There are plenty of simple things you can do that can help boost your dental health. If you’re looking for easy ways to keep your smile looking and feeling its best, try incorporating the habits discussed in our blog post into your daily routine.
It’s normal for your gums to bleed a little bit while flossing, especially if it has been a while since you last flossed. But what if you’re experiencing bleeding despite maintaining a regular flossing regimen? Read our blog post for a look at why your gums may bleed.
Yellow teeth aren’t just unsightly, but they can be a sign of even deeper issues with your oral and overall health. Check out our blog post where we look at some of the reasons why teeth can turn yellow, and how those reasons can impact your health.
Just like plant roots, tooth roots are vital to keeping your teeth strong and healthy. But just as plant roots can become infected, so too can tooth roots! Read our blog post to learn how a tooth root becomes infected and how we treat it.
It may not be January 1st but it’s still early into the year, which means that there’s still plenty of time to make sure we’re practicing healthy habits that will carry us through 2020. Read our blog post to learn about setting a good oral health baseline for the year.