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.
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.
The body’s systems are all interconnected and your oral health sits in the cross-section of many of the body’s systems, and has a greater impact on your overall health than you might think. Check out our blog post for a look at some of the many ways your oral health has an impact on your overall health, and why it’s important to maintain it.
How do your teeth feel when you drink hot or cold liquids, brush and floss, or consume something sweet, sour, or acidic? If you experience any discomfort or pain, you most likely have tooth sensitivity. Read our blog post to learn about tooth sensitivity, including causes and treatments.
Periodontal disease, or gum disease, is one of the most widespread dental ailments. Although it has a wide variety of origins, the most basic cause is the proliferation of bacteria and decay under the gum line. Read our blog post to learn what role genetics can play in periodontal disease.
Bad breath doesn’t always originate from your teeth. In fact, your tongue is most likely the culprit! Throughout the day, sulphur-producing bacteria thrive on your tongue, causing bad breath over time. Read our blog post to learn if tongue scrapers are useful for combating bad breath!
Coffee is a staple for many of us and it’s hard to imagine mornings without it! But can this incredible beverage be harmful for our teeth? Check out our blog post for a close look at coffee’s impact on your smile.
Do your gums bleed after you brush and floss your teeth? Bleeding gums is a common sign of gingivitis, or early stage gum disease. Read our blog post for a look at the signs and symptoms of gum disease, along with treatment options.
For a healthy smile, we recommend routine teeth cleanings and exams every six months. However, a regular cleaning isn’t always enough. If you have gum disease, a deep teeth cleaning treats the issue and prevents the disease from getting worse. Check out our blog post to learn about the signs of gum disease and how a deep cleaning can help.