Oral health care isn’t always about the teeth, the gums are just as important. Read our blog post to learn about periodontal therapy and when it is necessary.
How often should you be going to the dentist? It’s important that you know the answer to this question and follow through with the answer. Check out our blog post to learn more about the frequency and importance of dental checkups.
Wondering if you might need a tooth extraction? There are a variety of different instances where one might be necessary. Read our blog post to learn whether or not this type of procedure may be in your future.
Thinking about dental implants? Our team would love to go over the entire dental implant process with you in detail. Check out our blog post for what you can expect if you decide to get one or more dental implants.
During the holiday season, the last thing you want is to end up having a dental emergency. Read our blog post to find out what you can do during the holiday season to avoid a dental emergency!
When it comes to removing an entire tooth, same-day dental extractions are possible and can be scheduled if that is the patient’s wish. Read our blog post for details!
Losing a dental crown can be a painful and unsettling experience. Read our blog post to find out what you should do if you lose or damage your crown.
The new year is coming up, which is when dental insurance benefits reset. Why does this matter? If you still have benefits left, you’ll lose them when the calendar year changes over. Read our blog post to see how you can make the most of your dental insurance benefits before year end.
Every November, many families and friends gather together to celebrate. It’s a time to reflect on what you’re grateful for, enjoy each other’s company, and of course, eat a delicious meal. Check out our blog post for a look at dentist-approved Thanksgiving Day foods.
Do you have an adult tooth that’s bothering you? Can you only think about the pain and discomfort? You might want to avoid a trip to the dentist by pulling out your own tooth, but that’s never a good idea. Read our blog post to find out why.