Cavities are most often associated with children, and with good reason. Kids are more likely to develop cavities than any other age group. Check out our blog post where we discuss cavities in more detail and explain why cavities are so common in children.
Are you thinking of making your own toothpaste? If you love to do-it-yourself, you might want to be careful with making home toothpaste alternatives. Read our blog post where we’ll explain why it might be better to use commercial toothpaste instead.
If you’ve ever wondered if you can blame your crooked teeth on your parents, the answer is: maybe! Like many things, crooked teeth can be passed from generation to generation. However, there are many other reasons someone may develop crooked teeth. Read our blog post for details and how our team can help!
It’s never too early to create good oral hygiene habits! Read our blog post for three helpful tips that will have your kids taking responsibility for their pearly whites in no time. Share your oral hygiene routine with us!
Teeth grinding, or bruxism, is a common condition among our patients. Check out our blog post where we discuss causes and remedies for teeth grinding. Contact us if you grind your teeth!
In addition to being unsettling, bleeding gums can be a sign of a serious condition — or just that you’ve flossed too vigorously! Check out our blog post. We’ve put together key information to help you learn more about why gums bleed and what you can do to avoid bleeding gums.
White teeth are a classic summer accessory that can take years off your appearance and give you a boost of confidence. However, occasionally patients experience a little bit of tooth sensitivity after whitening treatment. Read our blog post for things you can do to limit tooth sensitivity after whitening your teeth.
We know that our patients with families keep an eye out for the oral health of each of their family members — and we hope this extends to pets! Check out our blog post for some information to help put you on the path of caring for your pet’s pearly whites.
Sparkling water is a refreshing beverage that can quench thirst without any of the unhealthy qualities of a beverage like soda. However, some believe that sparkling water can actually be damaging to teeth. So, is it too good to be true? Read our blog post for details.
Few things are as striking as the glowing smile caused by gorgeous white teeth. If your pearly whites are more of a pearly off-white or even translucent, don’t lose hope. Check out our blog post to learn about discolored teeth and how we treat them.