There are many things that women should avoid doing while pregnant, but visiting the dentist is not one of them! Read our blog post for advice on visiting the dentist during pregnancy.
When it comes to your oral health, the best defense is a good offense. In other words, focusing on preventive care can reduce or eliminate your risk for many common dental ailments. One key way to protect your pearly whites is to practice a routine of brushing and flossing at home. The other? Get regular dental checkups. Read our blog post to learn about the importance of regular dental checkups!
Many of us rely on coffee to start our day on the right foot. However, coffee may not provide the same boost for your smile that it does the rest of your body. Over time, daily coffee intake can stain your teeth and leave you reluctant to show off your smile. Check out our blog post for three tips on how to prevent teeth stains from coffee.
Cavities are one of the most common dental health problems. They are also preventable with proper oral hygiene. Read our blog post for our top tips to prevent cavities.
If you’ve ever had a root canal, you know by now that there’s nothing to be afraid of. But if you haven’t, you probably dread the thought. And that’s thanks to a few pesky myths that have long surrounded the root canal procedure. Check out our blog post where we take a closer look at these myths.
Teeth whitening is one of the most common cosmetic dental procedures. A brighter smile is easily obtained with teeth whitening. But is professional teeth whitening at a dental office better than teeth whitening you can do at home? Check out our blog post where we weigh the pros and cons of each.
Some people are just blessed with picture-perfect smiles. But hope isn’t lost for everyone else! Modern cosmetic dentistry has made it possible for people to improve the color, shape, and alignment of their teeth to achieve their dream smiles. Check out our blog post for some of the ways you can transform your smile with cosmetic dental procedures.
When it comes to getting any kind of dental work done, it goes without saying that you want it to last as long as possible. Dental crowns may not be a permanent fix, but they are meant to last many years. Check out our blog post for everything you need to know about how long a dental crown lasts and what you can do to stretch out their lifespan.
Have you noticed the shade of your teeth getting dull and discolored over time? Instead of reaching for an over-the-counter whitening product while you’re at the grocery store, it’s important to understand the differences between professional and store-bought whitening products before making a decision. Read our blog post for details!
Most people get dental crowns at some point in their lives. A crown is a cap that fits over a natural tooth. It restores the tooth’s full function, improves its appearance, and protects it. Read our blog post to find out when you should get a crown. You’ll also learn how dental crowns are made.