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.
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During the coronavirus pandemic, people are advised to stay at home as much as they can, but what about visiting the dentist? Is it safe? Read our blog post to see how the virus will impact your dental appointment.
Have you gone to buy toothpaste and noticed many companies offer toothpaste with baking soda? Some people think that baking soda will help whiten teeth. Check out our blog post where we investigate if you should buy toothpaste with baking soda for teeth whitening.
Root canals often get a bad reputation because many people think they are painful. The truth is that root canals save you from pain and heals the cause of the toothache. The procedure itself isn’t as hurtful as you think because of sedation dentistry. Read our blog post to learn all about root canal therapy.
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.
An emergency dentist can help you when you need immediate care. They will provide you with prompt attention and fix the dental issue. Check out our blog post where we go over when you need an emergency dentist and what to do in that situation.
If you’ve ever woken up with a sore jaw or you noticed that your teeth look more worn down than before, it’s possible that you’re dealing with bruxism. Bruxism is the fancy name for the condition when someone grinds or clenches their teeth regularly. Read our blog post to learn about bruxism and how we treat it.
No one wants to go to their dental checkup to hear that they have a case or two of some tooth decay. While there are certainly ways to treat cavities, it’s always better to prevent a problem from occurring in the first place to save you time, money, and stress. Check out our blog post for some tips and tricks for keeping cavities at bay.
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!
Dentistry is normally divided between a few main categories. There’s preventative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and restorative dentistry. In this blog post, we tackle the last two to give you a better idea of how they’re different and when you might need one or the other.