Proper oral care is an essential part of your daily routine, keeping your teeth and gums happy and healthy. The quality of your smile is a great indicator of your overall dental health, and something that you should be proud to show off to the world! There are many components to oral health, but there… Read more »
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Thanks to advancements in modern dentistry, there’s no need to be embarrassed about your missing teeth. Dentures and dental implants are two of the options available to help you boost your self-confidence, improve your dental health, and regain your smile.
Have you been hesitant to go to the dentist during the coronavirus pandemic? Many people rescheduled or canceled their appointments when COVID-19 first arrived, out of fear that the virus could be spread through dental offices. But as the pandemic continues people are going too long without dental care, which could lead to an increase… Read more »
Is it safe to go to the dentist during COVID-19? You may be wondering whether you should schedule a dental appointment during the pandemic. This is a normal question that many patients have had.
Halloween, the first of the food-based holidays, is just around the corner. While this year may not include all of the same Halloween traditions as previous years, there will probably still be too much candy.
Preventive dental care refers to the steps taken by a dentist to prevent tooth decay for a patient. This includes dental cleanings, X-rays, fluoride treatments, sealants, and any other form of care that protects and preserves the teeth. Preventive dentistry is one of the main services dentist’s offer, and it comes with significant benefits.
Are you looking for a new dentist? Whether you’re new to the area or just in need of a change, there are some excellent dentists to choose from. But if you want to find a new dentist you truly love to take care of your teeth, there are certain qualities you should look for. Consider… Read more »
Gum disease is a very common oral health issue. The symptoms include swollen and bleeding gums caused by a bacterial infection. While it may not seem severe, there is an alarming statistic that suggests it may be more serious than previously thought. Studies show that having gum disease doubles your chances of suffering a stroke.
If you are missing some or all of your teeth, you might worry that you will need to cope with dentures for the rest of your life. With a reputation for slipping, pinching, and causing chewing difficulties, dentures can be tough to get used to. Today, however, there is an alternative to traditional dentures. Here… Read more »
Diabetes affects 29.1 million people in the United States, which is 9.3% of the population. It is estimated that 8.1 million people are living with diabetes but have not been officially diagnosed.