Signs That Indicate You Should Go To The Dentist

28 November 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You might enjoy a lot of things in life but going to the dentist is probably not on your list of top things you enjoy doing. While this may be true for most people, going to the dentist is an important part of life, just like going to the doctor each year for a checkup is important. If you are not sure if you should schedule a dentist appointment, look for these signs as they may indicate you need to see a dentist. Read More 

Holy Halitosis! Three Causes Of Bad Breath And How Your Dentist Can Treat Them

30 October 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Halitosis is a word dentists use to describe bad breath. Almost everyone, including children, suffers from bad breath at one time or another. For most, it goes away when teeth are brushed and flossed and/or mouthwash is used. For others, almost nothing seems to rid them of breath that can knock flies down dead out of the air. If your bad breath seems to be a case of the latter, talk to your dentist. Read More 

Four Things You Should Definitely Share With Your Child’s Dentist

10 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

At your child's regular dental checkups, their dentist will look over their teeth and gums for any signs of a problem. However, your child's dentist will also rely, in part, on information from the parents to assess whether your child is taking good care of their teeth and whether any issues may be emerging. So it's important to share any pertinent information about your child's dental health, habits, and overall health with the dentist, which includes the following. Read More 

Dental Treatments To Improve The Look Of Your Teeth In Less Than A Year

10 September 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you would like to change the appearance of your teeth in less than a year, there are multiple dental treatments that you can use to accomplish your goal. Here are a few of them. Invisalign If you suffer from moderately crooked teeth, the Invisalign system may be a suitable option for you. Invisalign is a specialized dental treatment that helps to reposition the teeth to achieve a straighter alignment. Unlike a treatment with conventional braces, the alignment process with Invisalign is often complete in 12 months or less. Read More 

Two Reasons You Should Start Massaging Your Gums

16 August 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Periodontal disease destroys the gum line, causing the tissue to recede and exposing the teeth roots to the machinations of the merciless bacteria in your mouth. Although there are a number of ways this problem can be treated, simply massaging your gums every day can go a long way towards minimizing the damage from periodontal disease. Here are two benefits you'll get by adding massage to your dental hygiene routine. Read More