Category: Dental Blog

Why Is it Important to Replace My Toothbrush?

July 27, 2021 | Dental Blog,General Dentist

You might think that you are taking proper care of your dental health if you are brushing your teeth at least twice per day. If you’re overdue to replace your toothbrush, however, brushing your teeth might not be as effective as you think. If you don’t replace your toothbrush often enough, you may be getting… read more

What Happens During Wisdom Teeth Removal?

July 15, 2021 | Dental Blog,Dental Surgery

If you have to get your wisdom teeth removed, you may feel anxious about the upcoming procedure. The removal of your wisdom teeth is a type of oral surgery that is performed in-office. At the right dentist’s office, you can get all of the information that you need about wisdom teeth removal to feel confident… read more

How to Floss Properly

July 6, 2021 | Dental Blog,General Dentist

Flossing your teeth is an important habit that reduces the amount of plaque and bacteria buildup on your teeth, helping you achieve a healthy mouth. If you are flossing incorrectly, however, you can cause more harm than good. Improper flossing could damage your teeth and gums. It is also not as effective at cleaning your… read more

How to Keep Your Gums Healthy

May 5, 2021 | Dental Blog,General Dentist

Most people brush their teeth at least twice a day, and about 30 percent of the population floss daily. As careful as people are to clean and protect their teeth, they seldom consider the health of their gums. Almost half of all adults (4 out of 10) in the U.S. have gum disease. Even those… read more

What Is Considered a Dental Emergency?

April 27, 2021 | Dental Blog,Dental Surgery

Any tooth pain can feel like a dental emergency. Pain or tenderness during chewing can interfere with your ability to eat, talk or sleep. However, most dental problems can wait until the first available dentist’s appointment. There are some conditions beyond the usual aches and pains that require emergency treatment – including after hours or… read more

The Benefits of Dental Implants

January 13, 2021 | Dental Blog,Implant Dentistry

If you have a problem with a tooth that can’t be fixed, extraction may be the only remedy. Missing teeth, however, can impact how your mouth looks, feels and functions. Luckily, there is a modern solution that doesn’t involve dentures or partials. Dental implants are strong, durable and permanent replacements for missing teeth. They are… read more

What Happens During a Routine Dental Cleaning?

December 10, 2020 | Dental Blog

Routine dental cleanings are essential if you want to maintain a healthy, bright and beautiful smile. Knowing a little more about what happens during a routine dental cleaning can make the process faster and easier. Learning what to expect can also ease any anxieties you may have about your upcoming appointment. Patient Intake Before your… read more

How Your Dental Health Impacts Your Chance of Getting Hired

October 19, 2020 | Dental Blog

For many millennial job seekers, the interview process can be extremely nerve-wracking. From taking extra steps to ensure an early arrival to practicing the perfect answers to interview questions, there are endless ways a candidate can prepare. Unfortunately, dental health is one of the last things that are considered during the preparation process. According to… read more

Your Childs First Dental Experience

October 16, 2020 | Dental Blog

The American Dental Association recommends for your baby’s first dental visit to be within the first six months after they spring their first tooth or by their first birthday. This helps your pediatric dentist get familiar with your family and vice versa. It is important to start children on a regular dental schedule early, because… read more

What is TMJ?

October 16, 2020 | Dental Blog

TMJ Syndrome or the technical term Temporomandibular Joint Syndrome It is a broad term for any problem that prevents the jaw joint from being properly aligned. TMJ Syndrome includes symptoms like jaw and face pain, jaw clicking or popping, headaches or migraines, and even a locked jaw. Doesn’t sound at all, does it? Read on… read more