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.
Categories for Preventive Dentistry
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.
Many Americans clench or grind their teeth at night, which can lead to dental complications. Read our blog post to learn how wearing a mouthguard at night can protect teeth from grinding.
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.
We are proud to provide family dentistry in a setting that not only makes patients feel relaxed and welcome but also prioritizes their health and safety. Check out our blog post for a closer look at what we do!
Even though baby teeth are temporary, they play a crucial role in a child's development and should not be overlooked! Read our blog post for tips on caring for baby teeth.
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.
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.
Sealants are often associated with pediatric dentistry because the earlier they are applied, the earlier they can start protecting teeth. However, adults can benefit just as much from sealants as kids! Read our blog post to learn more about dental sealants.
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!