Are you a veteran or do you have a special connection with someone who has served our country? Perhaps you are simply a citizen with a deep appreciation for the men and women who dedicate their lives to keeping our country safe. If celebrating these individuals and their efforts is close to your heart, you… Read more »
Monthly Archives: April 2017
Of course, you don’t want to experience gum disease. However, you might not know how to avoid it. You may not even realize that with your efforts in caring for your oral health, you are making some minor mistakes that may have you heading straight for periodontal problems. Fortunately, avoiding it is no rare feat…. Read more »
You have tooth decay, you discover during your dental checkup. Now what? Is it really that important that you quickly follow up by coming in for restorative care or do we just act as though it’s urgent? Is something bad going to happen to your tooth if you don’t come in for a dental filling?… Read more »
You don’t need us to tell you that prevention is the best plan for dealing with a dental emergency. A mouthguard should be in place during any contact sport, or during activities where falling or collision is a possibility. Prevention means not ignoring early signs of dental trouble, hoping things will get better on their… Read more »
Ready to enjoy this warm weather by spending some time on the lake and listening to relaxing music? If so, you won’t want to miss the final installments of Wind Down Wednesdays, which will let you achieve both goals in one evening!
When you have no idea what a TMJ is, being diagnosed with TMJ disorder (TMD) can leave you feeling concerned and a bit in the dark. No worries! Whether you’ve already received a diagnosis or if you think this may apply to you because of consistent jaw discomfort, we can help demystify this functional disorder… Read more »
If you’re someone who has been experiencing mounting fatigue and other strange symptoms and you’ve either been told it may be sleep apnea (or you’ve matched your experience up with the disorder on your own), you know something is off. However, you might not know if you’ve hit the nail on the head with your… Read more »
Ah, yes. The age old question: Must I brush my tongue as part of my dental hygiene? We know that for some, the sensation that comes with this aspect of smile care is often a little displeasing. We know that for others, the thought of brushing one’s tongue simply never seemed like a significant factor…. Read more »
Not sure how to protect your smile from acid erosion? Is part of the problem the fact that you aren’t really sure what this issue actually is? No problem. We can quickly guide you through an explanation, the cause, and how to handle it with some helpful ABCs!
Nobody likes finding out that they have a cracked tooth. Furthermore, cracked teeth can bring with them a slew of questions that can be hard to answer on your own. Fortunately, we are pleased to offer you a brief quiz that will help address some of the inquiries that have been floating around in your… Read more »