Oral health is an important part of your overall health and wellness. When you think about oral health, you most likely think about your teeth. But the health of your teeth is only part of oral health. Gum health is also important, as the teeth and gums must work together. The gums are the support… Read more »
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There’s the age old saying, “Sugar will rot your teeth.” You probably heard it as a child, maybe repeated it to your children, and your dentist has probably warned you about sugar in regards to your dental health. Are you wondering exactly how sugar affects your teeth? There is actual science behind it that… Read more »
Do you have dental insurance? Whether you already have dental insurance or you’re thinking about purchasing it, you may be wondering if it is worth the cost. Dental services can be expensive from routine cleanings to complex procedures. Having insurance can cover all or a portion of the cost of some of these services, reducing… 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.
Do you fear going to the dentist? You’re not alone. Dental phobia is one of the most common phobias among Americans. But if your anxiety prevents you from going to the dentist on a regular schedule (every 6 months is recommended), then your oral health may start to suffer.
Whether you’re going to your first dentist appointment or you’re about to be a new patient at a dental office, you will likely have some questions to ask your dentist. But you may not know what to ask at first or you may draw a blank when you’re put on the spot.
Forgetting to pack something you need when you go on vacation is frustrating, especially when it’s your toothbrush. Depending on where you’re vacationing, you may be able to buy a dentist-recommended toothbrush or get one from your hotel. But if you’re camping or visiting a rural area, you may not be able to find a… Read more »
Healthcare, in general, is pretty expensive. Costs have gone up significantly over the past several decades causing more and more people to avoid going to the doctor or any medical professional. That includes dentists since most people assume that dental care is expensive. However, that is mostly the perception of dental care with the reality… Read more »
There is a recent trend toward using natural toothpaste for brushing teeth at home instead of conventional toothpaste. Many patients wonder if a natural toothpaste works as well at cleaning teeth. Others are surprised to get negative feedback from their dental hygienist during an appointment after they deviate from their regular cleaning and gum care… Read more »
Brushing your teeth regularly is one of the best ways to avoid dental health problems. Over time, bacteria grows in your mouth and can damage your teeth and gums. Regular brushing ensures that the bacteria are sterilized and any buildup is removed. Your toothbrush makes a big difference in the quality of your dental care. … Read more »