Make Dental Visits a Priority

Some things are easy to prioritize, while others are not. For instance, eating, sleeping, going to work, and paying bills on time are relatively easy priorities to keep. However, there are other things that you know you should prioritize, yet you do not always do so: eating a healthy diet, regular exercise, and keeping regular … Continued

Gum Disease and Pregnancy

Pregnancy is a time of great excitement and anticipation. For nine months, women get to experience the growth and development of a new life inside of them. Nine months sounds like a long time to wait to meet someone, but in reality, nine months is a very short amount of time for life to be … Continued

Gum Recession

Gum tissue is an overlooked, yet very important, feature of your mouth. The gums not only help to hold the teeth securely in place, but they also protect the roots of the teeth from damage. Whenever there is damage to the gums it leaves the teeth vulnerable, which is why it is always advised that … Continued

Developing a Good Dental Routine

When it comes to achieving goals, having a routine set in place can help you achieve those goals faster and more thoroughly. A routine is simply a plan that is created and implemented, not complicated, but easy to use. Many people create exercise and diet routines to help them lose weight, while others create a … Continued

Smoking: A Real Drag On Your Oral Health

With every drag on a cigarette or cigar, with every wad of chew that you put into your mouth, with any kind of tobacco use – significant damage is being done to your health. In fact, when it comes to bad habits, few are worse than tobacco use. Tobacco users are far more vulnerable to … Continued

Does Chewing Gum Really Prevent Cavities?

Chewing gum is a habit that many people enjoy on a daily basis. Some people enjoy chewing gum for its tasty flavors, while others chew it out of habit or as a means of breaking a bad habit (e.g. smoking or biting fingernails). There is another benefit to this habit that may sound too good … Continued

Wisdom Teeth Removal

The wisdom teeth, or third molars, are the last teeth to develop inside the mouth. Called “wisdom teeth” because of their late development, these teeth typically come in between the ages of 15 and 25. While not everyone grows wisdom teeth, the majority of people do. Because of limited space within the mouth, these teeth … Continued

Root Canals

Infected teeth are one of the most painful experiences that could occur in your lifetime. The teeth are living features of the mouth, made up of an inner and outer layer. The inner layer contains the roots, tissues, and blood supply to keep the tooth alive, and the outer layer is made of enamel to … Continued