Why Is Drinking Water So Important For Dental Health?

8 May 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Brush your teeth. Floss between your teeth. See the dentist often. These are all common pieces of advice you'll receive if you ask how to better care for your teeth and prevent cavities. They are valid pieces of advice, but they are not the only actions you can take for better dental health. Simply drinking more water throughout the day can actually help, too. Here's how. Tap water contains fluoride. Read More 

What Happens If You Don’t Get Your Teeth Cleaned?

2 April 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

You're really good about brushing, flossing, and using mouthwash, not to mention drinking water and avoiding sugary foods, right? So why bother with dental cleanings when they can be so expensive for people without insurance, right? Wrong. Good oral hygiene is essential, but cleanings act as the last defense against hidden buildup and as a way to clean out those areas your brush and floss just can't reach. If you don't get your teeth cleaned at all, you could see your good daily routines eventually have no effect. Read More 

The 411 On Composite Dental Fillings

6 March 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Cavities are a common problem, affecting most Americans at some point in time. Fortunately, you can restore your smile back to an appealing and healthy state after learning you have one or more cavities. Today, more and more people are seeing the benefits of composite fillings. Even though they are becoming a popular treatment, most people are not truly familiar with how composite fillings are beneficial for their smiles. This guide will help you understand composite fillings, their benefits, and how to maintain your new and improved smile. Read More 

When You Have Tooth Pain: Causes And Remedies To Manage Pain

6 February 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you suddenly have a painful tooth in your mouth, this can be a dental emergency. When the pain is mild or occurs only from drinking hot or cold liquids, sensitivity could be the cause. It's important to determine what is going on with your teeth when you experience pain, even when it only occurs because of changes in temperature. Cracked teeth, abscesses, gum disease, or an inflammation of the pulp can all cause you pain in your teeth that needs to be addressed by your dental services provider. Read More 

3 Dental Health Tips For Millennials

6 January 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

As a generation, Millennials have some of the worst teeth, even though dental technology is more advanced today than it's ever been before. Some of that can be blamed on a lack of access to dental care – high costs and a lack of dental insurance options combine to make it hard for Millennials to see a dentist as often as they should. But part of the problem also rests with Millennials own dental hygiene. Read More