Holiday Dentistry: Aging and Dental Health

If you would like to keep your teeth safe and functioning correctly in the twilight years of your life, it is important to make sure you are practicing effective oral hygiene habits, employing a healthy lifestyle, and eating a healthy diet. As you age, your teeth wear down, and you're more susceptible to numerous ailments not only with your oral... read more »

A Healthy Smile and a Healthier You

With the new year upon us, many of us are striving to put our best foot forward for positive change for new beginnings and new habits. While making healthier resolutions, don’t forget your smile. Not only is a healthy smile an asset for your self-confidence, but it's good for your general health as well. We concur with the ADA’s (American Dental... read more »

Protect Your Child’s Oral Care

Are you worried about your little one's oral health? If you are, good for you. As you can probably guess, if your child has clean, healthy teeth while they're young, they'll probably develop healthy habits that can last for years to come. But, what can you do to help your little one develop these healthy habits? When you think of... read more »