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.
One person dies from oral cancer every hour — but frequent screenings and early detection can stop it from growing deadly. Oral cancer screenings are an integral part of our preventative treatments. Read our blog post to learn about oral cancer, including causes, symptoms and prevention.
It’s safe to get your teeth cleaned during COVID-19 as long as everyone takes precautions. To comply with guidelines outlined by the American Dental Association and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, we have implemented a few practices to ensure everyone’s safety. Read our blog post for details.
Even if you’re not a dental professional yourself, chances are you’ve heard of fluoride. So what exactly is this substance that seems so common, especially when it comes to oral health care? Read our blog post to learn more about the power of fluoride!
Everyone wants a healthy, white smile that can light up a room. If you aren’t happy with your teeth right now, what are some things you can do to improve their health and appearance? Check our our blog post tips for a whiter, healthier smile starting today!
Some dental emergencies are truly unavoidable, but there are a few things that patients can do to reduce their risk of needing emergency dental services. Read our blog post to find out!
The secret to a perfect smile? It may be as simple as preventative dentistry. If you commit to taking great care of your teeth, you’ll have much better luck with your oral health in the long run than you otherwise would. Read our blog post to learn more about preventative techniques and how they’ll benefit you.
If a dental emergency strikes, the future of the tooth could be at risk. You need to know when to rush to the dentist because time is of the essence. Read our blog post where we cover the most common types of dental emergencies—ones you should absolutely never ignore.
Nobody likes pain, but it isn’t all bad. It tells you that something is wrong, so you can get help. Pain in your teeth can be scary and it isn’t always clear why it’s happening. Check out our blog post where we discuss whether or not tooth pain should be considered a dental emergency.
Gum disease is very common, but if untreated, it can have serious consequences. Read our blog post to learn about the potential health problems caused by gum disease.