Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a common oral condition that is treatable. Read our blog post to learn about the causes and symptoms of periodontal disease and ways to treat it.
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If you start to notice that your teeth look a little bit longer than they used to, it’s not because your teeth are suddenly growing. Check out our blog post for a look at the truth about receding gums.
Periodontal disease, or gum disease, is one of the most common dental afflictions, experienced by nearly half of adults over thirty. Read our blog post to learn more about gum disease, including if it can be reversed if caught early enough.
Gum disease, which is often caused by poor oral hygiene, is the number one cause of tooth loss in adults. Tooth loss is bad enough, but can gum disease oral cancer, too? Check out our blog post for what you should know.
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 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!
Every time you visit our office, there are many reasons our team reminds you to brush and floss. The main reason is to prevent decay and periodontitis, also known as gum disease. Read our blog post to learn about the best tools to fight gum disease.
Did you know that February is Gum Disease Awareness Month? Read our blog post for some oral hygiene tips to raise awareness and help you avoid developing gum disease.
Did you know that your gums play a large role in your overall health? Read our blog post for what you need to know about caring for your gums and how they can affect your total health!
When you brush and floss, you aren’t only caring for your teeth. Your gums need just as much attention. Read our blog post for tips on maintaining great gum health.