Oral cancer screenings are just as important as dental cleanings! Oral cancer screenings can help catch early signs of cell abnormalities that could indicate oral cancer. Take a look at our blog post for what you need to know about oral cancer screenings and how often you should be getting them!
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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.
Brushing, flossing, and maintaining healthy oral hygiene and lifestyle habits are best to encourage a healthy smile. In some unfortunate cases, though, oral cancer can develop and interfere with your oral and physical health, requiring prompt treatment. Read our blog post to learn about oral cancer symptoms and treatment.
No one likes going to their routine cleaning and exam only to hear that there’s a cavity or other dental problem present. After all, healthy teeth and gums make eating, speaking, and other daily activities enjoyable. Read our blog post for advice to help you stop dental problems before they happen!
We all anticipate changes in our body as we age. But have you anticipated the ways in which the years will transform your smile? Read our blog post where we look at five ways your smile changes as you age.
Our office is committed to providing our patients with comprehensive oral healthcare services, including offering oral cancer screenings which are a simple yet potentially life saving procedure. Check out our blog post where we review the signs and symptoms of oral cancer and the procedure for an oral cancer screening.