The month of February is National Gum Disease Awareness Month. Check out our blog post where we’ve compiled a list of three measures you can take to reduce your risk for gum disease, also known as periodontal disease.
If you bought it in the dental aisle of your pharmacy, it’s safe, right? Unfortunately, you can’t trust each and every product you see on the shelves. Read our blog post to learn why some mouthwashes can actually do more harm than good.
No one wants to deal with a broken tooth, but things happen. You can crack or chip any of your teeth with varying degrees of severity. Read our blog post to learn how to handle a cracked tooth.
Chances are you’ve heard at least a discussion or two about the use of stem cells in scientific research. That discussion has also found its way into the dental industry with talk of using stem cell dental implants. Read our blog post to learn more!
Porcelain veneers are the way to make your dream smile a reality. You can make your teeth brighter and more even in size. You can fix small imperfections like little chips. You can even close up small gaps! Check out our blog post for a brief overview of the procedure as well as the cost of veneers.
If you have a filling (or a few) you may be worried about what happens if it falls out. Read our blog post where we educate you on fillings and what your options are if they fall out.
It’s back to school season, which means kids all over America will be heading to school with their lunchboxes in tow. Much like diet in general, the contents of your child’s lunchbox can have a huge impact on their oral health. Read our blog post for dentist-approved foods for the lunchbox.
If you’re preparing for oral surgery, chances are you’ve heard about the dangers of dry sockets during recovery. Check out our blog post for information that will help you learn what dry sockets are and how you can avoid them.