Tobacco use, whether through smoking or chewing, poses a significant threat to oral health. Whether you partake in these habits or know someone who does, it’s important to be aware of the impact it can have on your oral health. Read our blog post for details.
Osteoporosis, a condition characterized by weakened bones, can have many effects on your health. One surprising area it impacts is your dental health. Read our blog post where we explore the connection between osteoporosis and oral health and discuss the importance of recognizing and managing this link.
The new school year is just around the corner, but thankfully there is still plenty of time to soak up some summer fun. But one thing that is not so fun is dealing with a dental emergency. Read our blog post for some tips to help you avoid making an unexpected trip to the dentist this summer.
We all know that sports are a fun way to stay active and healthy. Read our blog post to learn about the importance of wearing a custom mouthguard to prevent dental injury while participating in sports and other activities.
Good oral health is just as important for children as it is for adults. If kids neglect their dental care, they can end up with painful toothaches, disrupted tooth development, and dental problems in their adulthood. Read our blog post for ways to encourage your child to play an active role in their dental care.
Some diseases are common knowledge, and even if you may not know everything about them, you may have at least some understanding of how it occurs and what a few symptoms are. But what about periodontal disease? Read our bog post to learn about periodontal disease and what you can do to prevent it.
Looking to improve your dental health? Kick-start the New Year with healthy habits for a brighter, cleaner smile. Check out our blog post for three practical actions you can do starting today!
Need some healthy stocking stuffer ideas for this holiday season? Read our blog post for some of our favorite dental-related stocking stuffers to gift your loved ones this year, from travel kits to toothpastes.
Apart from your dental cleaning and examination, your dentist might suggest a fluoride treatment during your twice-yearly routine dental appointment. But why are fluoride treatments important? Check out our blog post to learn about the benefits of fluoride treatments.
At first glance, summer foods seem like they’d wreak havoc on your oral health. And while consuming tons of ice cream, popsicles, snow cones, and other treats can increase your risk for cavities, there are actually many summer foods that are great for teeth! Read our blog post for a look at the best!