Author: Saba & Romanin

If you chronically clench your jaw to the point of grinding your teeth, you may have a condition known as bruxism. Some people are affected throughout the day, and others grind during the night. Bruxism is a common condition, but it should never be overlooked....

Summer often means eating lots of sweet treats, like ice cream bars, popsicles, and cherry pie. Although these summer foods have a fabulous nostalgia to them, they can cause havoc on our teeth.  Of course, we can still eat these things from time to time. But...

Did you know that what you eat has a direct effect on your oral health? For example, a diet high in acidic foods can damage your protective tooth enamel, slowly wearing it away. On the other hand, one that is rich in minerals like calcium,...

Finding fast relief is important to anyone suffering from tooth pain or tooth sensitivity. Having an ache in your jaw, gums, or teeth can be a constant distraction. Pain makes us irritable, less focused, and—even more importantly—it’s a signal that our bodies need some extra...

While many aspects of dental care are regularly on our radar, dental emergencies can catch us off guard. Understanding how to handle these situations is crucial for maintaining good oral health. In this guide, we’ll explore what is considered a dental emergency, and what to...

As we age, our bodies undergo numerous changes. One issue that often becomes more prevalent as we age is bad breath (halitosis). While bad breath can be embarrassing, the causes are treatable. And, since persistent bad breath can be a symptom of a more serious...

Maintaining good oral health doesn’t just keep cavities away, it also prevents infections. Tooth infections happen when bacteria find their way inside a tooth through a crack or a cavity. Tooth infections can affect anyone, from children to young adults to seniors. Understanding the causes,...