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.
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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.
Don't wait until your child has a mouth full of baby teeth to visit the dentist. Believe it or not, the American Dental Association, in addition to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry both say that your child should visit the dentist when they get their very first tooth or have their first birthday. Read our blog post for more!
When you have a cavity, it will need to be treated with a tooth filling. Because cavities are holes, a filling literally “fills in” the area where the decay created a space. For years, fillings were all made with metal. Is that dangerous to your health? Read our blog post for answers!
Our kids are always picking up new habits from us—whether we want them to or not. These habits can include everything from what we say to how we eat, which means that our children are also looking at how we take care of our dental health. Read our blog post for some ways you can set a positive example for your child and help instill great oral health habits they can take with them into adulthood.
By now you’re probably plenty familiar with how to keep your teeth healthy: brush them twice a day, floss at least once a day, etc. But what exactly can you do to make them trong? Read our blog for natural methods to strengthen teeth.
Do you experience sensitivity when you drink a cup of hot coffee or when you bite into a popsicle? If so, you could be suffering from tooth sensitivity. Read our blog post where we explain what tooth sensitivity is, what causes it, tooth sensitivity remedies, and how you can prevent it.
You’ve probably heard of dental crowns, but do you know what exactly they are? Check out our blog post where we explain the answer to that question, discuss why you might need one, and how durable dental crowns are.