Oral Hygiene: The 5 Answers to Tooth-Brushing FAQs

We understand that brushing your teeth could be a complicated task that is a bit tricky sometimes, and we also understand that you might have many questions. So, to help you get the quick answers you need, we are happy to provide the following information: What is the proper way to brush your teeth? The… Read more »

Learning About Dentures

Dentures offer help to those with missing teeth. It is an excellent option for anyone needing to replace teeth. Having teeth is important, even if they are only dentures. They are important because your teeth provide structure for your facial muscles and also influence your speech. There are many reasons to choose dentures. The most… Read more »

Should You Go in for a Dental Checkup?

Are you busy? Honestly, it wouldn’t be surprising to hear that you are. It’s a normal part of life. But through all the chaos, do you still make time for your teeth? Of course, this includes taking a few minutes every day to brush and floss but it’s also very important to visit your dentist… Read more »

Invisalign® Solutions

Do you have crooked or crowded teeth? Are you ever embarrassed by your smile? Not only can crooked teeth mar the beauty of your smile, they can be harder to clean properly, so plaque can accumulate. This plaque can cause tooth decay and gum disease. Straightening your teeth can improve your oral health by making… Read more »

Is Brushing Your Tongue Necessary?

Did you know that, despite what you’ve heard, brushing your tongue is not crucial to your oral health? In reality, one of the most important things you can do to protect your oral health is removing the bacteria that could ultimately lead to gum disease. While it is true that your tongue could have bacteria… Read more »

What to Expect at Your Child’s First Dentist Appointment

A child should begin seeing the dentist at the age of 1 to 6 months, after their first tooth has erupted. So if the time has come for your child to visit the dentist for the first time, you might be wondering what you can expect as a parent. Today our team is going to… Read more »

Are You An Expert of TMJ Disorder? Take Our Quiz!

If you are experiencing pain in your jaw or chewing muscles, you could be experiencing TMD. Go ahead and take our quiz on TMD to see if you need to visit your dentist or not. 1. True or False: A jaw that is sore or hard to open can be a key sign you suffer… Read more »

3 Things To Remember After Your Wisdom Teeth Are Removed

1—Protect The Blood Clot After any tooth extraction, a blood clot forms in the extraction site. This blood clot is important because it protects exposed bone and nerves and it also aids in healing. However, if the blood clot becomes displaced, it creates a painful condition called dry socket, which exposes the extraction site to… Read more »

Types Of Fillings

Your dentist has told you that you have a cavity which requires treatment. But before the numbing and drilling begins, ask your dentist about what type of filling will be used on your cavity. Here are the three main types of fillings available. Gold Gold fillings are the most durable filling on the market, lasting… Read more »

A Few Words About TMJ

TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint. Everyone has two of these. They are the two joints, jaw muscles and ligaments that enable the opening and closing of the mouth. Your TMJ facilitate chewing, talking and even swallowing. These joints also control the lower jaw as it moves forward, backward and side to side. Each of your… Read more »