Dental Health and Apples

An apple a day keeps the doctor away, right? While apples certainly have many health benefits, have you ever wondered what eating an apple a day will do for your need to visit the dentist? Just like you shouldn’t completely avoid your doctor even if you eat an apple every... Read more »

Handling Tooth Sensitivity

Dealing with tooth sensitivity can be difficult, inconvenient, and painful, but now is your chance to treat the problem and finally experience the comfort you deserve! Tooth sensitivity generally occurs when the gums recede, exposing the tooth’s dentin and roots. When this happens, the hot, cold, sweet, or sour foods... Read more »

Dental Care: Keeping Your Gums Healthy and Strong

Did you know there are things you can do to care for your gums? Well, it’s true, and it’s very important to keep up with gum care. If you don’t, you are vulnerable to gum disease, which is the unfortunate and painful disease that can result in loose and lost... Read more »

Dispelling Myths on Cavities

Have you ever had a cavity? If you have, you aren’t alone. In fact, tooth decay is one of the most common dental problems Americans face. Sadly, many of the concerns you may have heard about aren’t anything to concern yourself with. In fact, much of what you’ve been told... Read more »

Lasers In Dentistry

Lasers are still fairly new technology to the dental field, though more and more dentists begin using lasers in their practice every day. Lasers can perform several procedures, including the following: Cure dental cement (used in cosmetic dentistry) and dental fillings, hardening these materials and strengthening their bond to the... Read more »

Can Exercise Benefit Your Oral Health?

To best way to keep good oral health is to brush your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, floss between your teeth once a day, and visit your dentist for a check-up every six months. These routines will aid your dental health, but did you know that regular exercise... Read more »