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!

How to Make Your Dental Hygiene Routine More Earth-Friendly

Earth Day is April 22, and it’s a great time to reflect on what we all can do to be a little kinder to this planet of ours. It may not have been your first thought, but there are actually some things you can do when it comes to your dental hygiene routine to be a little more earth-friendly. Read our blog post for tips!

What Do Dental Hygienists Do?

Often times, when we go the dentist, we spend more time with the hygienist! This is because dental hygienists are highly skilled dental practitioners who are qualified to perform a number of duties. Read our blog post to learn about what dental hygienists do.

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.

How to Cope with Dental Anxiety

Do you ever feel nervous when it’s time to go to the dentist? Does thinking of the dentist’s chair make you scared? If so, you might have dental anxiety. Read our blog post for some great tips on how to relax your fears and cope with dental anxiety.

5 Ways to Avoid Getting Dry Socket

Dry socket can be a painful outcome after having a procedure like a tooth extraction. Dry socket or alveolar osteitis is when the blood clot that covers your tooth moves and becomes dislodged. Read our blog post for ways to prevent this irritating side effect from happening.