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.
Be honest, when was the last time you flossed? If it’s been a while, you’re not alone. According to a report from the American Dental Association, less than one-third of all Americans are properly flossing every day. Check out our blog post to see why flossing is absolutely essential to maintaining a healthy smile and fresh breath.
Do you regularly suffer from jaw pain, particularly in the morning? You may have a habit called bruxism, also known as teeth grinding. Read our blog post for a look at several treatment options available to help you stop grinding your teeth.
Dental anxiety is one of the number one reasons why people put off scheduling important dental procedures. But thanks to advancements made in anesthetics, there are now several options for patients who dread visiting the dentist. Read our blog post for a brief guide to dental sedation that will hopefully put your mind at ease about your next appointment.
Whether it’s a dull throb or a sharp pain, toothaches are never a welcome sensation. One of the trickiest questions that comes along with tooth pain is just how concerned you should be. Read our blog post to find out when tooth pain is considered a dental emergency.
Back in the day, dental veneers seemed like something only rich celebrities could get to achieve perfect smiles. These days, the cosmetic procedure has become more and more accessible. Read our blog post to learn more about dental veneers, including how teeth are prepped for the procedure.
There are many different reasons why someone might experience bad breath. Read our blog post for some tips on how to get that breath smelling better so you can continue to take on your day with confidence.
Two types of treatments you may not expect to find on a dental practice’s service menu include TMJ therapy and NTI headache prevention. Take a look at our blog post to learn about the difference between the two treatments.
A common dental saying is "Your mouth is the gateway to your body." Read our blog post to see how your oral health can affect your overall health, including heart health.
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.