Oral Health

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,...

With cold and flu season in full swing this time of year, it’s crucial that you take extra care of your dental health. Being sick can cause dehydration and other problems that make your mouth more vulnerable to infections. Continuing to brush and floss your...

Many of us have to remind our kids, grandkids, and even ourselves that too much sugar will rot your teeth. While we all know that it’s bad for our dental health, what sugar actually does to our teeth isn’t as well known. If you’re having...

TMJ disorders can cause a myriad of uncomfortable problems, including frequent headaches, jaw stiffness, neck pain, earaches, and even tooth pain. However, experiencing tooth and jaw pain at the same time could also be a sign of tooth decay. In this blog post, we explain...

Does your dentist ever tell you that you should floss more? Flossing once a week or every couple of days simply isn’t enough, even if you’re brushing your teeth twice a day as recommended. Daily flossing is a fundamental part of good oral health, and...

If you feel a sharp pain in your teeth when you drink a cold beverage or bite into a sweet treat, you may have a common dental problem called tooth sensitivity. Sensitivity occurs when the protective tooth enamel wears down, but there are many different...

Nowadays, stress is an unavoidable part of life. From meeting work deadlines to paying bills, we encounter many sources of stress on a daily basis. While it’s well known that prolonged stress can take a toll on your mental health, many people don’t realize that...