Diabetes is a serious disease that has the potential to devastate certain parts of your body. Diabetes’s effect on the eyes, kidneys, nervous system, and heart are well-known, but did you know that there’s also a link between diabetes and oral health? Read our blog post to learn more about how diabetes can relate to your mouth.
Life is all about change, some good, some bad. As we age, our smile is one of the many things that ages with us. Check out our blog post where we highlight five things to expect to happen to your smile as you age.
Just like with adults, children should see the dentist once every six months for routine cleanings and examinations. In between visits, however, your child may experience symptoms that warrant a sooner visit then the one you’ve pre-scheduled. Check out our blog post for a look at some of the signs to look out for.
If you are missing one or more teeth, dental implants might be a great restorative option to complete your smile. If you suffer from bruxism, or teeth grinding, however, you might be asking yourself if dental implants are a possibility. Read our blog post for answers!
Dental implants are a life-changing dental treatment. They permanently replace missing teeth and bring life back to smiles! After getting dental implants, you want to ensure you take great care of them so that they stay in great shape. Read our blog post for some key tips for maintaining your smile and your dental implants!
Professional cleanings with a dentist are an essential part of great oral care. When combined with brushing and flossing at home, cleanings keep your teeth healthy and strong! This is true for both adults and kids. Check out our blog post to find out how often kids need to get their teeth cleaned.
A dental emergency is not a fun experience, but with the right know-how, you can address it quickly and without long-term issues. What counts as an emergency? And is there ever a situation where an emergency can wait? Read our blog post for answers!
Say you’re currently dealing with a dental infection. Your brain might jump to the worst conclusion, and you might immediately start worrying about whether or not you need to get your tooth extracted. Read our blog post for what you need to know about tooth infections and extractions.
Bleeding gums may be a common condition, but that doesn’t mean you should just ignore it when it happens. Read our blog post for advice on when your should be concerned about bleeding gums.
Whatever your budget may be, you deserve to be able to access quality dental care at an affordable price. Check out our blog post for tips on finding an affordable dentist.