Posts Categorized: General Dentistry

3 Oral Health Mistakes That Can Lead To Smile Troubles

Bad habits can be surprisingly easy to fall into. For instance, a person should spend at least two minutes each time they brush their teeth. This may seem easy, but if you tend to rush to work in the morning, you may be putting less time and effort into this activity than you should. No… Read more »

Ensuring Our Patients Enjoy Great Care During Every Visit

If you want to keep your smile in great shape, you should take care every day to practice smart oral care habits. Because our practice is committed to helping you keep your smile in great shape, you can look forward to dedicated, modern oral health support every time you visit! At every routine dental checkup,… Read more »

Referring Friends And Family To Your Dentist

Attending regular dental exams, and having a preferred dentist when you need treatment, can make oral care significantly easier to manage. You can look forward to consistent, beneficial care every time you come in for preventive treatment. If you suffer a dental injury, or develop pain or sensitivity in a tooth that demands urgent care,… Read more »

Excellent Smile Care For The Whole Family

Does your age have an impact on the quality of your oral health? In many ways, preventive dental treatment will be consistent for patients young and old. The priority is to protect your teeth from oral bacteria and food debris, and to avoid common issues like tooth decay and gum disease. Preventive dental care for… Read more »

Make Sure You Use Your Dental Benefits Before It’s Too Late!

As we draw close to Thanksgiving, and then to Christmas, our year is rapidly coming to an end. The new year is a time for reflection, and a time to form resolutions. That being said, one thing you should “resolve” to do before 2018 is make sure you use your dental benefits for the year…. Read more »

Combating Problems Associated With Dry Mouth

Xerostomia is a condition where you produce an insufficient amount of saliva; you may be more familiar with the term dry mouth. People experience dry mouth for various reasons, some of which can be easier to address than others. For instance, alcohol consumption can have the effect of leaving you with a dry mouth. The… Read more »

How Your Beverage Choices Can Affect Your Oral Health

When you place an order at a restaurant, what drink choice do you tend to prefer? Are you prone to drinking a soft drink or coffee in the afternoon, in order to enjoy the stimulation of caffeine? Staying hydrated is important, but the choices you make regarding what you drink can have an effect on… Read more »

Your Dentist Can Help You Have A Comfortable Experience

When you visit your dentist, you should feel safe, and comfortable. Your dentist can tend to your needs with expert care, so that your experience is a positive one. Your comfort is a priority when you visit for a routine dental checkup, as well as when you are in need of a restorative procedure. You… Read more »

3 Steps You Can Take To Improve Your Oral Health

Your everyday actions can influence the quality of your oral health – smart choices mean fewer problems your dentist will need to treat. Better preventive habits for your teeth reduce your risk for cavities, and gum disease. These can be direct and indirect actions – brushing and flossing matter, but your diet can also influence… Read more »

How Your Age Can Affect Your Oral Health Priorities

Keeping up with your oral health is important for everyone, young and old. However, the steps necessary to preventing dental problems can change over time. Unfortunately, there is no reliable timeline that can tell you what to watch out for when you reach a certain age. No matter how old you are, it will be… Read more »