The sooner oral cancer is discovered, the more likely a full recovery will be made. While it may seem scary or intimidating, there are many ways you can help prevent and detect oral cancer before it worsens. Read our blog post for everything you need to know!
Do you experience an uncomfortable sensation when your teeth come in contact with hot or cold temperatures, or when you brush your teeth? Chances are you have sensitive teeth. Read our blog post for ways to treat sensitive teeth and also improve your oral health.
When you find out you’re pregnant, it kicks off an exciting new chapter in your life and a whole series of necessary doctor appointments. Check out our blog post to learn why it is important to let your dentist know about your pregnancy.
Dental implants have changed the game when it comes to replacing missing teeth. While this modern dental procedure has helped countless people reclaim beautiful, full smiles, there are still plenty of myths swirling around out there about it. Check out our blog post where we tackle the most common myths out there about dental implants.
When it comes to the relationship between pregnancy and oral health, there are plenty of myths swirling around out there. To separate fact from fiction, check out our blog post where we’ve gathered some of the most common myths we hear and present what the truth actually is.
Most of the time, your teeth will receive an x-ray during your dental appointment. X-rays are an essential part of diagnosing and treating dental problems. Check out our blog post to learn how digital dental x-rays work treating and diagnosing dental problems.
Bone loss is one of the most extreme consequences of poor oral health. Although it sounds scary, there are some options to treat bone loss in the mouth. Read our blog post to learn about bone loss and treatment options.
We always try to save a natural tooth when we can, but sometimes, tooth extraction is the best treatment. Read our blog post for a look at the risks of not extracting a tooth when it needs to come out.
According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, children should have their initial visit by their first birthday or when their first tooth comes in, whichever comes first. If your little one is scared or nervous about visiting the dentist for the first time, check out our blog post for some tips to help your child and you feel prepared for the visit!
Choosing the right dentist involves looking at a variety of factors. From office space to payment options to dental services, it’s important to find a dentist that meets all of your criteria. We recommend finding a dentist who offers comprehensive dental care! Read our blog post to find out what that means.