Energy drinks pose special risks for teeth because they are both sugary and acidic. Plus they are consumed when your mouth is dry and saliva isn’t present to help offset the sugar. Read our blog for more info. Good oral hygiene and regular professional cleanings help make up for some bad food and drink choices to call today for an appointment.
Have you ever had a mouth ulcer? Or you may be more familiar with one of its most common forms: a canker sore. Unlike cold sores, these lesions appear somewhere inside your mouth. They can be quite painful and can make daily activities like chewing your food or brushing your teeth difficult. Read our blog post to learn about the causes of mouth ulcers.
As part of your effort to make sure the end of 2019 ends on a good note, we want to remind you to use your dental benefits before 2020 arrives. Many with dental insurance will be facing a “use-it-or-lose-it” situation, and we don’t want you to be on the “lose it” part of that equation. Read our blog post for details on what you need to know.
You definitely don’t want to deal with gum disease. Aside from the inconvenience and discomfort it can cause you, it can actually lead to some pretty serious consequences not just for your dental health, but your overall wellness, too. Check out our blog post for a look at the most common symptoms of gum disease you should keep an eye out for.
What do dentists and crime scene investigators have in common? Both possess specialized knowledge that can help solve crime! Read our blog post to learn how forensic dentistry works.
Game of Thrones is coming to and end this year, so what better way for us to pay homage to one of our favorite shows by finding connections between GoT characters and teeth? Read our blog post to find out which teeth share similarities with your favorite Game of Thrones characters.
Dental sedation is an important part of many patients’ oral care, especially those who suffer from dental anxiety or phobia. But many people worry that it’s too good to be true. Read our blog post to learn why dental sedation is actually a safe and effective option for most patients.
For most of us, dry mouth is a relatively rare inconvenience. For some, however, frequent dry mouth can be a painful condition that leads to other health problems. Read our blog post to help you decide whether the dry mouth you experience is normal or if it’s something you should discuss with us.
Phantom tooth pain, a condition where patients who recently had a tooth extracted start experiencing pain where the tooth used to be, can be a side effect of oral surgery. Read our blog post for some of the signs of phantom tooth pain and the ways we treat it.
Sometimes, finding a dentist you trust can be difficult. We want the opportunity to earn the trust of you and your family as your dental care providers. Read our blog post for information on our team, services and financing options. Stop in anytime to meet our team!