You had a toothache and went in for an emergency dental appointment. Unfortunately, it was determined that the tooth could not be saved and your dental office scheduled you for an extraction. What now?
Category: Oral Health
What a great excuse to discuss why dental health is even especially important for children! Now is the time to set your little one up for success in dental health today as well as in the years to come. Read on to discover ways you can help to foster great oral health habits!
Dental professionals everywhere have been recommending sweets to their patients – with a catch! These sugary-tasting treats made with a natural sugar substitute called xylitol, actually help to prevent cavities.
‘Tis the season to be jolly, and what could bring more happiness than a stocking stuffer geared to improving your smile? We have compiled a Top 10 Wish List for gifts that are guaranteed to make you smile!
Many of us have an affinity for sugary sweets, yet we know the damage they cause to tooth enamel (and the waistline!). So what to do about your sugary cravings? There are a few tried and true methods!
You brush and floss regularly but still wonder – is there something more I can do to help keep my teeth and gums healthy? The short answer is “yes” and could be as easy as introducing a mouthwash to your regular routine! With all of the choices on the market, we though we would put together a short list of pros and cons to help make your decision easier.
It is the scariest time of the year – for teeth! Even if this year is not going to be quite the same as in the past, Hallowe’en traditionally means more treats than tricks.
Your oral health is important to us. We want to do everything we can do to help you maintain or improve not only your oral health, but your overall health. How can we do this?
Proper alignment of the teeth is vital to overall tooth and gum health and October is the month dedicated to all things ortho related!
A disturbing trend has been emerging, noticed by dentists across North America. Offices have been seeing far more broken and cracked teeth since the start of the pandemic. What could be causing this phenomenon? Likely one of a few factors…