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.
We believe that everyone deserves access to high-quality, affordable dental care. In an effort to make that a reality, we offer a variety of financial solutions and payment options. Read our blog post for details!
Your smile is one of your most powerful assets. Have you ever realized that you’re more attracted to someone who is smiling or has a subtle grin when resting? You’re not alone. Read our blog post to learn more about showing off your pearly whites and the impact it has on those around you!
Your teeth are incredibly strong—just think about all of the things you can bite down and chew on with them! Although it’s natural for your enamel to wear down over time, there are quite a few different ways to actually strengthen your teeth. Read our blog post for tips for stronger teeth!
When thinking about our dental hygiene and bathroom routine, we often forget about the amount of waste we’re creating. Between water consumption and harmful beauty products, the bathroom isn’t always an earth-friendly environment. Read our blog post to learn how you can improve your routine to make it more friendly to the environment.
While neglecting your dental hygiene routine is the main cause of gum disease, your genetics play a role in your oral health as well. Read our blog post to learn about gum disease and find out if it is hereditary.
It’s a new year and that means coming up with your new year’s resolutions. We often focus on lifestyle changes, but why not make one centered around your oral health? Read our blog post to learn more about the most important questions you can ask your dentist to take control of your dental wellness in 2019!
While there’s no way to reverse aging, a wide variety of advances in medical technology have lessened its effects. Read our blog post where we discuss a popular treatment: professional teeth whitening.