Cancer is defined as the uncontrollable proliferation of cells that invade and destroy nearby tissues. Oral cancer is characterized by a constant growth or soreness in the mouth. It’s life-threatening if not detected and treated as soon as feasible. Our Red Oak Family Dentistry dentists will cover everything there is to know about oral cancer … View Post
Dentists often recommend that a person should brush at least twice a day. But not everyone follows the instructions, and they realize its importance only when they get a toothache or cavity due to poor oral hygiene. Apart from cavities, brushing and flossing can lead to other health problems. Therefore it is necessary to maintain … View Post
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.
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.
The New Year is the perfect opportunity to set new goals for yourself. Read our blog post for some great dental resolution ideas to improve your oral health.