Month: November 2022

How We Can Help Protect Your Child’s Teeth

children's dentistry

Being a parent is hard work. There are seemingly endless engagements and responsibilities on top of the constant effort that taking care of your child entails. You certainly want what’s best for them, and part of this is making sure their oral health is outstanding. We understand that this can be difficult; kids aren’t exactly… Read more »

Be Sure To Schedule An Oral Cancer Screening

The woman show the picture of tongue problems, Illustration benign migratory glossitis on a brown paper, Behcet's Disease

Feeling comfortable and confident in your smile’s appearance is contingent on how often and how well you take care of it. It is also important to recognize that sometimes factors outside of your control – such as a physical accident or injury – can complicate your smile’s health and appearance as well. Though you may… Read more »

How Bonding & Contouring Can Help

bonding and contouring

Feeling insecure about your smile can really bring you down. When you do not feel confident smiling around your loved ones or in pictures, you are limiting yourself and your happiness. While we always want everyone to feel fantastic about how they look, we also realize that this isn’t always the case. We also understand… Read more »

Looking At Your Periodontal Health

Lot of dental floss, toothpick

Taking care of your smile is a lifelong process, and one that requires assistance from many angles. Indeed, there are several factors out there that can negatively influence your oral health, including oral bacteria-related issues, physical accidents or emergencies, and more, but unfortunately there are significantly fewer defenses in place. That being said, your smile… Read more »

What Goes On During Your Regular Checkup?

Young african american man lying in chair receiving dental treatment with mouth open, dentist hands wearing gloves holding tools working on patients teeth

Whether you are aware of it or not, your oral health is constantly on the defensive against a host of different threats. Indeed, from bacteria-related concerns like tooth decay and gum disease to non-traditional issues such as a physical accident or emergency, there is not much your smile is protected from. As such, we must… Read more »

How Does Your Diet Influence Oral Health?

Black family eating healthy food together

In our most recent blog, we took a look at the way denture treatment can be sought in order to address significant or complete tooth loss. While nobody’s first choice is to lose a permanent structure, in many cases, this phenomenon is out of one’s control. Still, taking strides to practice regular dental prevention and… Read more »