In a few weeks, your kids will be home for the summer. During that time, they’ll likely want to binge on their favorite snacks. While the occasional sugary treat is perfectly fine, a little too much can soon lead to decay and other oral health issues. Fortunately, there are plenty of smile healthy snack options out there.
Your gum health is vital to the overall health of your smile. Often, gingival issues can lead to serious complications, from discomfort to adult tooth loss. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about gum recession. What causes your gums to recede?
Just like you, your little ones need to have their teeth brushed and flossed daily. Otherwise, decay and other oral health issues can lead to discomfort and serious complications. In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss the proper ways for kids to brush and floss, as well as ways to make caring for smiles fun.
Have you ever heard of an oral health issue known as tori? Also known as mandibular tori, this refers to bony growths that develop in a patient’s mouth. The issue is rare, with only between 5% and 10% of people developing this issue in various degrees of severity. We’re going to take a deeper look at this issue in today’s blog.
When you go to the store you’ll find a vast array of options for cleaning your teeth. Different toothpastes will boast different benefits and the selection can seem overwhelming. Which one is right for your smile? We’re going to talk about choosing the right option for your smile and avoiding toothpaste abrasion!
Orthodontic treatment can correct misalignment and improve your overall oral health. However, orthodontic treatment doesn’t always mean metal braces. We can provide a nearly invisible alternative using clear aligners. Should you try Invisalign® to enjoy a straighter and more beautiful smile?
This week is Oral Cancer Awareness Week, which means dental professionals across the country will be raising awareness of this widespread and dangerous oral health issue. According to The Oral Cancer Foundation estimates, 45,000 people are diagnosed with the disease each year. Have you had your screening for 2018?