Do you or your kids play sports? Sports are a great way to stay active, form a community, and improve your health. There are risks, especially to your smile. Check out our blog post to see why mouthguards are so important for both kids and adults.
Located at the very back of the mouth, wisdom teeth are the last teeth to grow. Though last to grow in, they are often the first and only teeth that we recommend for removal. Check out our blog post for five signs that let you know it is time to get your wisdom teeth removed.
There are a variety of reasons why your teeth may look shades below white. The good news is modern technology has fostered an array of options for a brighter smile. Read our blog post for a look at the most effective teeth-whitening methods to consider.
Dental sedation has been used safely for many years. It helps patients relax, sit still for long procedures, and get the dental care they need to stay healthy. Take a look at our blog post to find out when you should get sedation dentistry.
There are many reasons why you might have a toothache. So how do you know it’s time to go to your dentist? It turns out a toothache is just one of the many signs of an infected root, which requires root canal therapy to heal. Take a look at our blog post for some of the most common signs of a root infection.
Many people struggle with dental anxiety. Maybe you’ve had a bad experience in the past or have trouble sitting still for a long time. Whatever the reason, dental fear can make it harder to keep up with regular appointments. Read our blog post for five tips on overcoming dental fear and anxiety.
Having a child means having to teach them many things—some more exciting than others. From how to tie their shoes to how to use the potty, every day seems to bring a new adventure! Another important thing that you’ll need to educate your child on is how to set a proper oral hygiene routine. Read our blog post for details!