We cover a broad range of topics and educational information here in our blog. Check back often for updated information to help you improve your oral health and hygiene.

How Many Times Should You See A Dentist In A Year?

Let’s be honest; dentist appointments can be a bit of a hassle. Between this and the fact that roughly 36% of Americans have a fear of the dentist (according to the Cleveland Clinic), making the time to go to the dentist frequently goes to the bottom of the to-do list. People often think...

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Reasons For An Emergency Dental Visit

If left untreated, certain types of dental injuries can result in infections, extreme pain and discomfort, and further dental problems. So, deciding what requires an emergency dental visit that cannot wait for a regular dental appointment is important if you sustain an injury to your mouth...

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Dental Cavities in Children Facts

Starting oral hygiene routines when children are young, such as monitoring how a child brushes and what they eat, can set the foundation for good habits and strong teeth throughout adolescence into adulthood. Keeping your child’s smile healthy and free of cavities can help avoid signific...

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5 Invisalign Facts To Know

You don’t quite have the perfect smile you’ve always wanted and you’re ready to do what it takes to get there. You may have had braces as a child and are looking for something a little less intrusive. If this sounds like you, maybe it’s time to try Invisalign or Invisalign alternat...

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Seven Things to Know About Dental Implants

Dental implants have completely changed the field of dentistry, offering a better way to enhance the appearance and functionality of your smile. Here, we’ll cover the most-asked questions about dental implants, from understanding the surgery to the numerous benefits. By the end, you&...

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What to Eat and Avoid After a Root Canal

Eating after root canal procedures can be a tricky business. Depending on the extent of your procedure and the medications prescribed, you may have difficulty chewing or experience sensitivity to certain foods. To save you time and energy, we have provided a brief guide on foods to eat aft...

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