Cosmetic Tooth Reshaping for Chipped Teeth

Chips and small fractures can occur in your teeth, from something like a blow to the face, or using your teeth as a tool to cut string or open a plastic bag. Even if the chips don’t cause any pain or pose a threat to the pulp of your teeth,... Read more »

What Do You Know About the ADA?

As consumers, we are very fortunate in the U.S. to have the variety of choices we can pick from when it comes to shopping for products to help us care for our oral health. But have you ever found yourself frustrated, trying to decide which products work and which are... Read more »

The 3 Best and Worst Foods to Eat This Christmas

If you want the best and healthiest smile possible this Christmas, it’s time to start thinking about the different types of foods you eat during the holidays. Whether you believe it or not, there are holiday foods that are both good and bad for your smile, and it’s very important... Read more »

Selecting the Best Oral Hygiene Products for Your Family

Over the years the makers of quality oral hygiene products have made serious advances in their products in an effort to provide your family with a wide variety of dental health needs. Sometimes it can be a little hard to choose between these products. That being said there are a... Read more »

3 Ways to Improve Your Smile This Thanksgiving Season

Thanksgiving is almost here with the promise of seeing friends and family around the table. This year, why not greet everyone with a smile you can truly be thankful for? Our team is here to give you four ways you can improve your smile as you prepare for the holiday... Read more »

Halloween Treats and Dental Care: How to Protect Your Child’s Smile

Halloween treats and dental care don’t necessarily go together, but they can indeed work side by side. With Halloween behind us, it’s important to protect your child’s smile from the tooth decay that their holiday treats can create. To help you and your child prevent dental cavities and maintain strong... Read more »

Root Canals: What Can I Eat After?

In reality, root canals aren’t nearly as bad as people think. In fact, most patients who have had root canal therapy aren’t too worried if they’re told they need another. Still, your teeth could be extremely sensitive right after your treatment, and there are a few things you should do... Read more »

Should You Brush Your Tongue?

Have you ever been told that you need to brush your tongue? Have you made an effort to make it a normal part of your dental routine? If not, should you? Cleaning your tongue isn’t actually necessary, especially if you brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes at... Read more »

3 Teething Remedies

If you are noticing your infant is chewing on hard objects, becoming fussy or drooling more than usual, it may be that they are teething. Teething can be a less-than enjoyable experience for a baby and parent, which is why we are going to give you three at-home remedies you... Read more »