We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Ask any expecting mother what their greatest wish is, and it’s very likely that “a healthy pregnancy and baby” is the top answer. Pregnancy is a time for change for women, and maintaining good health is crucial to having a low-risk, healthy pregnancy. Something you may not be aware of is that pregnancy also affects dental health. Sometimes the very…Continue reading
Your teeth will experience a certain amount of wear and tear throughout your lifetime. There’s just no getting around it. However, there are a variety of harmful daily habits that can quickly do damage to your teeth. These habits can accelerate tooth decay, lead to gum recession and increase the likelihood of cavities. The correlation is fairly obvious with…Continue reading
Baby’s first tooth is a milestone for parents. It’s part of every child’s development, and all parents are anxious that their baby grows up healthy and strong. Dental health is one aspect, though, that may not receive as much focus, yet it is important to ensure that your baby’s teeth and gums are healthy. The CDC estimates that approximately one…Continue reading
As in all medical fields, technology is having an impact in dentistry. Dental professionals are seeing an influx of new and improved technology that can help them be more efficient and effective in their practice. Here’s a look at the latest in dental technology. Digital Dentistry and 3D Printing With the reinvention of 3D printing across industries its overarching goal,…Continue reading
Did you know that 70 million people suffer from digestive issues? So says the American Nutrition Association. Digestive problems can take many forms ranging from acid reflux to constipation to irritable bowel syndrome. Common causes of digestive issues include not chewing food thoroughly and eating too quickly. The mouth plays an integral role in the digestive process as it’s where…Continue reading
When it comes to oral health, prevention is the name of the game. Cultivating good dental habits can go a long way to healthy teeth and gums. Good habits such as using proper techniques when brushing and flossing daily help remove plaque and bacteria from our oral cavity and limit the effect of stains on our teeth. Another vital factor…Continue reading
Nearly all adults over the age of 65 have cavities, according to the CDC, and of those about 20 percent don’t get them treated. As tooth decay and tooth loss are key indicators of oral health, it is clear that the health of their teeth and gums is something that most seniors overlook. Moreover, an individual’s level of dental health…Continue reading
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, with one out of every four deaths occurring as a result of it. Every year, 610,000 Americans die of heart disease, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports. There’s a link between heart disease and oral health, and in this article we’ll examine that connection, discuss…Continue reading
Seeking any kind of medical care can be a source of anxiety and nervousness for most people. The same goes when it comes to dental visits. Uncertainty over what will happen at a check-up, concern about the condition of your teeth and gums, and worry over any possible pain or discomfort are common feelings associated with an upcoming appointment with…Continue reading
When it comes to dental care, prevention works best. One of the best things you can do for your oral health is to regularly visit a dentist. Regular dental visits allow for professional cleaning, assessment of your overall dental health and screen for oral cancer. But just regularly going to the dentist is not enough. Your lifestyle habits play an…Continue reading