Your Beginner’s Guide to Sport Mouth Guards

There are countless ways you can help make your child safe while playing sports. From shin guards to fall mats, it’s important to keep our kids safe. One of the best ways we can keep their mouths and teeth safe is with a mouth guard. Today we will show you the importance of a mouth guard and what options are... read more »

Your Questions About Gum Disease, Answered!

You asked and we answered! Our team is going to answer some of the basic questions you’ve asked about gum disease and show you how you can prevent it from happening to the inside your mouth. What is gum disease? Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is categorized into two stages: gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis is the first and... read more »

Dental Fears Begone!

Does the thought of visiting the dentist feel you with fear? Would you rather suffer the pain of a toothache than go to a dental office? Do you feel nervous or anxious leading up to or during dental treatments? You are not alone. Dental anxiety is a problem that many people have. Maybe you have had a bad experience in... read more »

Do You Have Sleep Apnea?

More than 18 million Americans deal with sleep apnea - a condition that causes the back of the throat to collapse while they are sleeping, which blocks the airway, automatically reducing the amount of oxygen delivered to all of their organs. People with sleep apnea often snore loudly and stop breathing suddenly for short periods of time. When the blood-oxygen... read more »

Brushing And Flossing: How Hard Is Too Hard?

Scrubbing you teeth with vigor may seem like the best way to get them thoroughly cleaned; however, this can actually damage your teeth and gums. Learn about why vigorous brushing and flossing can be harmful and how to stop doing this. Problems Caused By Vigorous Brushing And Flossing Gum Damage: Snapping floss up against the gum line can cut it... read more »

How to Treat Your Untreated Tooth Decay

A new study done by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention found that more than 25 percent of American adults have untreated tooth decay, and 91 percent have at least one tooth that has been treated for tooth decay. These results are an improvement from the 1960s, when there were many more reports of tooth decay and tooth loss... read more »