Category: General Dentistry

Rounding Out Your Preventive Routine

Shot of a young woman flossing her teeth in the mirror

Tiny smiles require just as much attention as adult smiles, if not more. After all, they are not only facing the same threats to their oral health that you face on a daily basis, but they are still developing. If anything, the sooner you start preventive care and treatment, the better your little one’s chances… 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 »

Is It Time For Your Routine Checkup?

A rear view of man and dentist in dental surgery, annual check-up.

Feeling confident and comfortable in your own skin can take a number of forms, but one common trait shared between many is the love of their smile. Indeed, a bright ad jubilant smile can significantly boost one’s confidence and have them feel comfortable in a host of environments. Likewise, sporting a grin with several gaps… Read more »

Why You Should Prioritize Prevention

Portrait of beaming pretty woman brushing teeth while looking at mirror

For years growing up, your family has likely emphasized the need for taking care of your smile. Whether this presented in the form of brushing to keep your teeth strong or as an essential practice to ensure better hygiene, you learned excellent habits that have hopefully followed you into adulthood. Still, dental advancements have made… Read more »

How Your Diet Affects Your Oral Health

Portrait of smiling farmer with bunch of vegetables in basket

Your smile is one of your greatest assets. Not only can it reflect a lifetime of healthy habits and happiness, but it is also essential for everyday tasks such as biting, chewing, and eating. Indeed, your oral health is an important thing to maintain, and as such, most dentists recommend you practice regular dental prevention… Read more »

Oral Health Care Through Checkups

Woman receiving a dental treatment

Whether you are aware of it or not, taking care of your smile is a lifelong practice. Indeed, your oral health is affected by various threats and factors, and unfortunately, you do not have much in terms of a naturally-occurring defense. Because of this, your dentist recommends taking strides to not only care for your… Read more »