Strong, healthy teeth help you chew the right foods which help you grow. Teeth also help you speak clearly and they help you look your best. Taking care of your teeth prevents plaque from growing. Plaque is a clear film of bacteria or “sugar bugs” that stick to your teeth.Read More
This year, resolve to keep your whole body healthy by incorporating these five foods that support oral health into your diet.Read More
They cared for us, now it’s our turn to care for them. Don’t overlook their oral health.Read More
When you wake up in the morning, no one expects your breath to smell very good. With a few good hygiene habits, your breath is usually ready for the day. But if you’re struggling with bad breath, or you suspect it might be a problem, we have a few tips to kick this social issue to the curb. Learn more here about the real causes and how to keep your breath fresh every day.Read More
Everyone experiences headaches occasionally, but no one should live with them on a regular basis. If you know someone who deals with head pain, spending 5 minutes reading this article could make you their hero.
Sometimes patients develop toothaches or gum discomfort, but mouth pain comes in many other forms, too. Did you know your own body’s immune system can attack the lining of your mouth and create stinging sores? Chances are you or a loved one suffers from these frustrating ulcers. Research shows that one simple, inexpensive supplement may dramatically reduce attacks.Read More
Missing or damaged teeth may put you at risk for future dental problems. Reliable restorative options with innovative procedures allow us to offer a remedy to almost every dental dilemma. But what if you could actually grow a new tooth? Or a missing tooth could grow healthy new tooth structure?Read More
Did you know our bodies produce roughly 1-2 liters of saliva every day? Peak production occurs in the late afternoon, dropping off dramatically during the night. But for nearly 30 million Americans, there’s never enough moisture produced, day or night. Chances are you or someone you care about struggles with this difficult condition.Read More