Questions often arise about dental x-rays, and we hear things like: Do I really need them? Are they safe? How often do I need them?
Did you know there’s a connection between the changes that take place in your body during pregnancy and your oral health? It’s true!
Our goal is to place dental crowns and fillings that you’ll be able to trust and rely on for years to come.
Headaches, jaw pain, premature wear, sensitivity, and even ringing in your ears are just a few results of a misaligned bite.
Regular dental appointments are a key part to maintaining good oral health.
Don’t let dental anxiety to keep you from getting important dental treatments, here’s how virtual reality can help!
Both dental assistants and dental hygienists are an integral part of the team and their roles in the dental office are unique.
It’s fine to enjoy treats in moderation, but when it comes to dental health, there are 5 foods that are particularly bad for your teeth.
Over time, teeth get discolored from foods that stain. Most of us would love to make our smiles a bit brighter. We’ll tell you about several ways to brighten up those pearly whites!
Don’t believe the hype that flossing isn’t necessary. Take our word for it and read why we’ll continue to nag our patients about flossing and how we know it works.