Skip to main content

Blog

Is Oral Hygiene Linked to COVID-19?

January 06, 2021 | Coronavirus, General Dentistry Services

3 Minute Read:  Have you ever wondered if your dental health might connect to COVID-19?  Many of our bodies’ primary functions are linked to oral health, so it is easy to speculate on the relationship between the two. The topic quickly came to a head in March of 2020, when the American Dental Association (ADA) […]

Read More

Your Guide to Gum Disease

December 27, 2019 | Gum Disease

2 Min ReadWe may know that brushing helps to keep our teeth healthy, but a lot of us forget about our gums.According to a report from the Center for Disease Control, at least 47 percent of adults ages 30 and older have some form of gum disease.Neglecting to care for your gums can lead to […]

Read More

The Dangers of Do-it-Yourself Braces

November 25, 2019 | Smile Makeover

3 Minute Read Pricing for metal braces or Invisalign® can seem expensive when you look at the price tag. However, saving money by doing at-home or DIY braces can have severe consequences that can lead to pain, a long recovery, and more costs involved to resolve the issues caused by homemade braces. Selling and distributing […]

Read More

Is Carbonated Water Better for My Teeth?

October 29, 2019 | Uncategorized

4 Minute Read If you have made the switch from harsh beverages, like soda or coffee, to a carbonated alternative, such as sparkling water, then you might want to read this. Your tooth enamel is composed of hydroxyapatite, which slowly dissolves in water. This process creates calcium, phosphate, and hydroxyl ions. Drinking a liquid that […]

Read More