While everyone suffers from bad breath occasionally, chronic bad breath, or halitosis, can be a major inconvenience. Read our blog post for some of the causes of chronic halitosis as well as strategies for managing bad breath. Visit our office to learn more!
Dental mineralization occurs when acid wears away at your enamel, resulting in the loss of minerals. Read our blog post to learn how to prevent dental mineralization. Schedule an appointment so our team can check your enamel!
Oral cancer is a serious disease that can be life-threatening. Read our blog post for information about recognizing and preventing oral cancer. Schedule a consultation with our team to discuss any oral cancer concerns you may have.
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!
Read our blog post to discover if the cleaning power of toothpaste ingredients fades over time. You can have outstanding oral health with great at-home oral hygiene and routine dental checkups at our Edgewater dental practice, near Annapolis. Ask us all your dental-related questions!
Read our blog post to discover if the chlorine in swimming pools is safe for your smile. We care about the appearance and integrity of your teeth. Ask our expert team for tips to keep your smile safe and healthy!
Read our blog post for interesting teeth facts. We look forward to helping you appreciate your smile and have superb oral health! Contact us with all your dental-related questions and concerns.
Read our blog post to discover how traditions revolving around lost baby teeth have changed since the 13th century, from medieval Norse culture to modern-day. Losing teeth in childhood is exciting, but not in adulthood. Keep your teeth healthy and strong by scheduling your next dental checkup today!
Did you know that while some animals only get one or two sets of teeth, other animals have teeth that continuously get replaced throughout their lives? Read our blog post to learn about the words polyphyodont, diophyodont, and monophyodont. Ask us for help caring for your own 2 sets of teeth!
We thank our brave soldiers all around the world who sacrifice to protect our safety and freedom! Read our blog to discover when and why the United States Army Dental Corps was created and who their 28th Corps Chief is. Contact us with questions about your own dental care.