Presidential Teeth Facts on This 4th of July
Presidents have played an important role in democracy for centuries – since 1789, in fact, when the first election occurred. This 4th of July, it’s time to celebrate our nation’s independence with cookouts, parades, and fireworks. Here are some...Read More
Caring for Your Mouth After a Tooth Extraction
A tooth extraction is a fancy term for having a tooth removed by an experienced dentist. After an extraction, there are things you should do at home to ensure your mouth and gums stay healthy. Here are some tips...Read More
Hello Oral Health Month!
With June being Oral Health Month, now’s the time to take stock of your teeth, re-evaluate your oral health routines, and adjust them as necessary. Re-commit yourself to brushing, flossing, and using mouthwash every day for fresher breath and...Read More
What is TMD and What Can You do to Relieve Discomfort?
TMD, short for temporomandibular disorder, affects the temporomandibular joint (TMJ). This is what connects the lower jawbone, also known as the mandible, to your skull. TMD disorder is also referred to as TMJ syndrome, but no matter what you...Read More
Celebrate National Facial Protection Month This April
Now that spring sports are becoming a reality once again, it’s more important than ever to protect your face. That means wearing mouth guards, face shields, protective eyewear, and helmets for sports like lacrosse, baseball, and soccer. You can...Read More
Are You Anxious About Visiting the Dentist?
You’re not alone: 36 percent of the population has dental anxiety, or fear of the dentist, with an additional 12 percent who have extreme dental fear. This anxiety can have an impact on your oral health, as many people...Read More