Routine dental cleanings at the dentist are often the baseline for maintaining your oral health. However, in cases where plaque and tartar build-up on your teeth, regular dental cleaning may not suffice. Instead, a deep cleaning may be necessary. Take a look at our blog post for what a deep cleaning entails and signs that indicate its need.
Categories for Preventative Dentistry
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.
Maintaining good oral health and having access to dental care is essential for your teeth, gums, and overall well-being. However, we understand the cost of dental care can be a deterrent for many individuals and families. Check out our blog post for a look at our affordable, in-house dental membership plan.
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.
Without proper dental care, tooth decay and gum problems can arise and cause health complications. Healthy and strong teeth are a result of good oral hygiene and good oral habits. Check out our blog post for tips to keep your teeth healthy and strong!
When the joints that move your jaw are damaged or dysfunctional, you can develop a disorder known as TMJ. TMJ can have an impact far beyond your jaw but also on your oral health and lifestyle. Read our blog post for a look at the benefits of TMJ therapy.
Practicing proper oral hygiene, like brushing and flossing daily, is the best way to take good care of your smile. However, routine dental visits are an even better way to care for your smile. Check out our blog post to see how fluoride treatments can greatly benefit your oral development and health!
If the idea of getting a root canal sends shivers down your spine—don’t worry! We’re here to help you avoid needing a root canal, or hopefully any other restorative dental treatments. Read our blog post to find out how to prevent a root canal!
We’re going to let you in on a secret: with the right steps, many common dental issues can be avoided. Read our blog post to find out how you can prevent a root canal with preventive dental care.
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.