X-rays are an essential tool in the dental community (and medical community at large) as they provide valuable insights that we would not otherwise… … More Dental X-Rays and Your Health
There are several sources of bad breath, including diet and dry mouth – both boil down to the presence of… … More What Causes Bad Breath?
To better understand why it’s important to monitor sugar consumption, we must first address the development of … More How the Holidays Affect Your Teeth
Dental emergencies are not like other emergencies. It can be hard to know the difference between harassing your dentist or getting in contact because there is a serious time-sensitive issue at hand – particularly if you’re not even sure what the problem is. The rule of thumb is this: “If it hurts – it’s an … More When is it a Dental Emergency?
Health insurance is a topic familiar to many, and varies from individual to individual. Providers are different, coverage fluctuates, and co-pays change as well. However, it is always important that the health of you and your family remains our number one priority. Dental Emergency Care An injured tooth, like any emergency situation, often presents an … More Choose Dental Health NOT Insurance
We all know to brush our teeth. Check. We all know to floss our teeth. Check (okay, we know some of us skip this step but we’ll let it slide this time). But do we know which type of toothbrush and which dental floss is the best to keep our pearly whites, well, pearly and … More This Is How To Pick A Toothbrush & Floss
On August 2nd, this New York Times article was published and caused quite a bit of controversy in both the dental community and with the general public. While it is not conclusive in its findings, the overarching claim is that flossing may not be as beneficial as once thought. As dental professionals, we take very … More Keep Calm and Floss On