Dental implants are metal posts or frames that go into the jawbone beneath your gums, so replacement teeth can be fit on top. If you have missing teeth, implants are a great option, but are you a good candidate? Read our blog post to help determine if dental implants are right for you.
Did you know that your oral health not only impacts your teeth, tongue, and gums but can affect your overall health? Medical researchers have found links between your oral health and acne, heart disease, and other conditions. Check out our blog post where we discuss a recent study that suggests that gum disease may increase your risk for Alzheimer’s.
Your teeth are incredibly precious. Once you lose, break, or damage a tooth, it will never be the same. Check out our blog post for a few common trends and fads that are best avoided in order to maintain your oral health.
Many uninsured folks assume that dental care is too costly, out of reach. We strive to make sure that is not the case by working to make dental care affordable for our patients. Read our blog post where we answer a few common questions we get about our Dental Savers Plan.
By now, you know which foods support dental health. But what about our favorite beverages? If you’re a tea drinker, it may please you to learn that tea might actually be good for oral health. But not every tea is created equal. Read our blog post to learn which tea is good for oral health.
Easter baskets are a fun, festive way to treat your little ones to a surprise on this springtime holiday. Remember, though, too much candy will wreck their teeth for years to come. Read our blog post for some tooth-friendly alternatives that will delight your children on Easter Sunday.
These days, organic alternatives to popular products are everywhere. Read our blog post to help you decide if organic toothpaste might be the right choice for you and your family.
Have you ever wondered why humans smile? Why do we show our teeth to each other to reflect feelings of happiness, friendliness, and admiration? Read our blog post for more. The answer may surprise you.
Our office prioritizes the health of your entire family. We accomodate all patients, from little ones with few teeth to those who need aging teeth replaced. It can be difficult to prioritize dental health as a family. Read our blog post for a few tips on how to guide your whole family toward dental health for life.
Want to learn more about dental implants? Read our blog post where we explain some FAQs about dental implants including what they are, how they work, their benefits, and how they’re placed.