Traveling? Six Tips for Maintaining Healthy Teeth While on the Go
Vacations can be lots of fun, as you take in new locales, meet new people, get some sun, learn about local customs, and try new foods. Whether you’re heading to the beach, the mountains, camping or somewhere tropical, there’s...Read More
Seven Signs You Have Periodontal Gum Disease
Gum disease is nothing to laugh about. It’s pretty serious: in fact, one of every two American adults over 30 has periodontal disease, points out a recent CDC report. Approximately 47 percent, or 64 million people, suffer from mild,...Read More
What to do in a Dental Emergency
While you may keep up with your regular cleanings and dental work, emergencies can and do happen. How you handle them can affect the outcome. Whether as a result of an accident, sports injury, infection or fall, dental emergencies...Read More
What is Dental Abrasion?
In a nutshell, dental abrasion is what happens after your teeth experience wear and tear over the years. This can result from the rubbing of foreign materials (abrasive in nature) against the oral cavity. Many factors contribute to dental...Read More
Who Needs Tooth Bonding?
No one has perfect teeth, especially as we age. Just about everyone has one issue or another with their smile. As we get older, dental hygiene and previous injuries or accidents can affect how our teeth look and function....Read More