Your parents told you it when you were younger. You’ve read it before in various articles. It’s no lie that regular dental exams and cleanings are important. Read our blog post to find out why they are so important for oral health.
As with basically every other product out there, there are countless options when it comes to toothbrushes. Check out our blog post for the best dentist recommended toothbrushes for different cleaning needs.
Did you know that being afraid of going to the dentist is a common fear? Read our blog post to learn about dental anxiety and how we can help your overcome this phobia.
Most of the time, patients undergo wisdom tooth removal to avoid serious complications these teeth may cause. If you fall under needing wisdom tooth removal, read our blog post for some tips for successful aftercare!
Between fun in the sun or work, it’s understandable if you’re spending some more time snacking. Luckily, summer brings fresh, healthy fruits and veggies good for teeth and your body! Read our blog post to learn about summer foods that benefit your teeth.
The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, connects each side of your lower jaw to your skull. The TMJ is responsible for opening and closing your mouth and other mouth motions. Check out our blog post for five signs you might have TMJ/TMD disorder.
Though a tooth infection can take several months to develop, noticeable hints of pain and discomfort can make you suspect there’s something wrong. Instead of waiting for sensations to surprise you, read our blog post to learn about the top three reasons for tooth infections.
It’s never too late to get your dream smile with cosmetic dental treatments. Two such procedures are Snap-On Smile and porcelain veneers, which both have the ability to improve the appearance of your teeth. Read our blog post to learn about the two procedures.
It’s inevitable in life to come across “bad” things once and a while. What you don’t have to settle for, however, is bad breath. There are a few different common causes of bad breath, and accordingly, there are different ways that you can treat them. Read our blog post for all the details!
Sometimes we get headaches because we’ve been staring at the computer screen for too long. Sometimes we get headaches because we haven’t drank enough water that day. But did you know that tooth pain can be connected to headaches as well? Read our blog post for details!