7 Signs That You Should See Your Dentist in Between Cleanings

Maintaining optimum oral health means daily oral hygiene care at home and visiting your dentist every six months for cleanings and checkups. This allows you to help prevent potential oral issues like tooth decay and gum disease, but it also lets us treat problems while they are least invasive and most economical to resolve. Still, there are times you may... read more »

Maintaining a Healthy Mouth During Illness

If you’re feeling under the weather, do your body a favor and get some rest. Caring for your body, including your teeth and gums, is the best thing to do right now. Here are a few realistic ways to maintain a healthy mouth during your illness: -Brush and Floss: You may not feel like it doing it, but maintaining your... read more »

Prevent Cavities

Are you interested in keeping tooth decay at bay? If so, you're not alone. Tooth decay is a serious and dangerous dental issue that can destroy teeth and cause extreme amounts of pain. Many people despise tooth decay and do everything they can to prevent it. One way to prevent it is with dental sealants. Dental sealants are wafer-thin, clear... read more »

Dental & Overall Health

Did you know that infections and other issues in your mouth can affect other areas of your body? An abscessed tooth, an infection which usually results from severe tooth decay, occurs at the root of a tooth. An abscessed tooth manifests as a very bad toothache. A few other common symptoms include: - Fever - Pain when eating - Very... read more »