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.
When was the last time you stopped to think about your toothpaste? Never? The toothpaste we use today has evolved quite a bit from its first recorded use in 3000 BC, but one thing is for certain: humans throughout history have appreciated the importance of a clean mouth and healthy teeth! Read our blog post to learn about the history of toothpaste.
Sleep apnea is a serious condition that affects your breathing as you sleep. Read our blog post where we share some common symptoms of sleep apnea to help you determine whether you may be one of the approximately 20 million Americans experiencing this sleep disorder.
Over the last few years, dental technology has quickly advanced to make treatment more comfortable and more effective than ever before. Read our blog post to learn about the advanced technologies we use in our office to give you the best care possible.
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.
So many of us get our wisdom teeth removed, and for good reason. These pesky extra teeth can cause pain, infection, and even shifting and overcrowding in your mouth. But when is the best time to get them removed? And how do braces factor into the equation? Read our blog post for answers!
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.
Who doesn’t love panda bears? These fluffy black-and-white creatures, native to China, are a zoo favorite. Turns out pandas aren’t just adorable, but their teeth just hold groundbreaking benefits for human dental care. Read our blog post to learn more about panda teeth, and how they could impact the future of dentures.
Your gum health plays a large role in your overall wellness. When not cared for properly, your gums can become plagued with gum disease, causing tooth loss and an array of health problems. Read our blog post to learn what services we offer for healthy gums, including Arestin.