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What foods are good for your teeth?

By |2019-11-29T18:12:35+00:00February 10th, 2020|Uncategorized|

Caring for your oral health goes beyond brushing and flossing. As the rest of the body, your mouth also benefits from the nutrition found in food that you eat. Here are some of the best food for your teeth.   Cheese Dairy products, like cheese, helps strengthen the teeth and bones. Cheese fights off acid [...]

When should I bring my child to the dentist?

By |2019-11-29T18:04:36+00:00January 10th, 2020|Dental Hygiene|

Are you thinking it’s time to introduce your little one to the dentist but aren’t sure how to get started? Here in our dental office, our entire team is working together to make visits comfortable for both children and adults. Children should begin seeing a dentist within six months after their first teeth have erupted. [...]

Fun Ways to Teach Kids Good Dental Hygiene Habits

By |2019-11-29T18:04:47+00:00December 10th, 2019|Uncategorized|

  As kids age, they start making friends and become more concerned about their appearance. You want your little ones to feel confident with their smile. Helping them achieve a bright smile is always possible, especially if they learn to practice good dental hygiene habits early. Importance of Early Dental Visits Some think that caring [...]

Gum Recession and Periodontal Disease

By |2016-07-18T13:13:12+00:00June 24th, 2016|Uncategorized|

Many people ask me what exactly is gum recession and what causes it. Gum recession is when the gums pull downwards from where they would naturally be connected to the tooth structure. Gum tissue 'should' connect to the tooth surface at the interface of the root and crown of the tooth. When it pulls down [...]

Eating Right Can Prevent Cavities

By |2016-10-14T09:45:42+00:00May 17th, 2016|Dental Hygiene, General oral health|

Eating right and choosing the right foods for your diet are not only important for your health in general, but are vital for your oral health, too.  Did you know that vitamins and minerals that come from healthy foods can fight cavities and prevent gum disease?  Making the right choices in your diet can help [...]

Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Through Dental Care

By |2016-04-18T10:56:00+00:00April 15th, 2016|Dental Hygiene, General oral health|

Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Through Dental Care Cardiovascular disease refers to conditions in the body that may lead to heart attack or stroke.  Two of the most common causes are sleep apnea and periodontal disease.  Here’s how your dental clinic can help you to prevent cardiovascular disease and its conditions: Sleep Apnea What is Sleep Apnea?  [...]

8 Tips To Keep Your Mouth Healthy For Life!

By |2016-03-24T12:37:49+00:00March 15th, 2016|Dental Hygiene, General oral health|

Brush 3 times a day after meals. If you are unable to brush, rinse with water to naturally cleanse the food from your mouth to help prevent cavities. Eat tooth-friendly snacks. Avoid snacking on starchy or sugar laden foods as these stick to your teeth and promote activity of harmful bacteria. Great snack ideas are [...]

If You Snore and/or Have Sleep Apnea, Your Dentist May Be Able To Help

By |2016-10-14T09:45:42+00:00February 15th, 2016|Dental Technology, General oral health|

You may think it unusual to go to a dentist for sleep apnea and snoring. But it’s not such an out-of-the-box notion. In fact, dentists help thousands of people annually resolve both issues which are becoming more and more prevalent. Statistics out of the US quote approximately 12 million people as having some degree of [...]

The Cure for the Common Cold and Canker Sores, Dental Laser Treatment.

By |2016-01-18T14:13:41+00:00December 15th, 2015|General oral health|

The Cure for the Common Cold and Canker Sores, Dental Laser Treatment. Have you ever experienced the pain of trying to talk, eat or drink with canker, cold  or denture sores in your mouth? Sometimes known as fever blisters, cold sores can take 1 – 2 weeks to heal and canker and denture sores will [...]