How to Prep for a Dental Emergency

No one likes to think about a dental emergency happening to them, especially when on vacation. Unfortunately, a dental emergency can happen anytime, anywhere, and cause unexpected trauma or infection to the teeth and surrounding tissues. Check out our blog post for three tips on how to prep for a dental emergency!

How to Handle a Dental Emergency

Emergencies can be incredibly stressful. This blog post is designed to take the edge off any dental emergency you may encounter! We explain what constitutes a dental emergency and how our staff can help get you happily smiling again.

How Often Should Toothbrushes Be Replaced?

You spend time with your toothbrush every single day, but do you ever stop to think about whether or not you’re using it correctly? Check out our blog post where we go over some important toothbrush tips, including how often you need to replace it.

Back-to-School Dental Checklist

And just like that, the summer season is almost over. Now is the time for kids to gear up to go back to school. We know you probably have plenty of items on your to-do list already to ensure that your child has everything they need for school, but there are a couple more things you might want to add so that their smile and oral health are looked after, too. Check out our blog post for a good back-to-school dental checklist.

Why Is Water Good for Teeth?

These days, there are a variety of beverages on the market that promise clean energy, strong muscles, improved concentration, and other health benefits. If you’re struggling with your oral health and looking for a drink that can clean teeth and fight cavities, you may be surprised to learn that tap water fits the bill. Read our blog post for details!

What Is Halitosis?

Halitosis: Sounds a bit like a mysterious disease, doesn’t it? Maybe you’re more familiar with it’s common name: bad breath! Read our blog post to learn what causes chronic bad breath and how it can be treated.

Why Are My Gums Bleeding?

Have you ever been brushing your teeth and realized that your gums are bleeding? A little bit of blood on your toothbrush is not cause for concern, but if your gums are bleeding every day this could be a serious problem. Read our blog post where we explain why your gums might be bleeding and how you can improve your oral health.