Ways to Avoid Coffee Stains On Your Teeth
added on: July 15, 2022

Coffee is a key component to most adults’ mornings, but is also one of the leading causes of stains on their teeth. While it might not change the appearance of your teeth overnight, overtime coffee can leave a yellow tint to your smile. Here are some helpful tips for avoiding… Read More…


How to Maintain Healthy Gums
added on: March 28, 2022

You may not realize just how important it is to take care of your gums. Your gums are linked to your oral health which affects your overall health and well being. Gum disease is an infection that can result in gum damage. Here are a few tips to help keep… Read More…


Keeping Your Teeth Healthy During The Holiday Season
added on: December 9, 2021

How to still enjoy the holidays while keeping a healthy smile: T’is the season to be cavity-free! The most wonderful time of the year is quickly approaching! Everyone knows that during the holidays there is one thing everyone can agree on: FOOD. All kinds of food. Whether it’s the pumpkin… Read More…


The Development of Wisdom Teeth
added on: July 27, 2021

With age comes wisdom. Specifically, wisdom teeth. Your mouth goes through many changes in your lifetime. One of the changes that takes place between the ages of 17 and 21 is the appearance of your third molars or your “wisdom teeth.” They call them wisdom teeth because they come through… Read More…


Oral Health Month
added on: June 15, 2021

Taking care of your oral health is one of the most important things you can do for yourself. Good, effective oral hygiene practices are essential. Your mouth and teeth, along with the rest of your body, are homes to bacteria. It’s important to take care of your teeth and brush… Read More…


An Explanation of Dental Implants
added on: May 31, 2021

Single-tooth dental implants are used as a permanent replacement for a single tooth. If you have lost a tooth, consider coming in for a conulation. Dental implants can last for a lifetime if you maintain good oral health habits. Single tooth dental implants have three parts which are a metal… Read More…


Dental Care and Respiratory Health
added on: April 22, 2021

According to the CDC, respiratory illnesses are the fourth leading cause of death in the United States. New research on respiratory health is strongly suggesting that bacteria found in your mouth can inflame your airways, as well as create other breathing problems. According to United Concordia, studies have shown the… Read More…


The Connection Between Oral Healthcare and Brain Function
added on: April 22, 2021

We all know that brushing and flossing daily may prevent tooth loss, decay and gingivitis. However, did you know that these oral hygiene practices may affect your brain health and function as well? Ongoing research has shown a possible link between memory loss and oral health. Our mouths contain billions… Read More…


The Relation Between Diabetes and Your Oral Health
added on: April 22, 2021

According to the CDC, diabetes affects 34.2 million Americans. Diabetes is well known for affecting many areas of the body, including the kidneys and heart. However, did you know that Diabetes is also linked to oral health problems? People suffering from Diabetes are at an increased risk of developing periodontitis,… Read More…


Make No Bones About It…Dental Care is Important!
added on: April 22, 2021

If you have Osteoporosis, you’re not alone. In the United States, more than 53 million people are affected by the disease! Osteoporosis is a condition in which the body is unable to keep up with new bone creation when older bones are damaged or fractured. This disease affects both men… Read More…


Mediastinitis and Dental Abscesses
added on: April 2, 2021

The area between your lungs is referred to as the mediastinum, containing your heart, windpipe and esophagus. When this area becomes inflamed, this results in a condition called mediastinitis, which has been linked to dental abscess. Individuals facing this condition may experience shortness of breath, chills and/or fever. How are… Read More…


What is Periodontal Disease? Tips to Maintain Proper Oral Hygiene
added on: March 12, 2021

Are you experiencing swollen and puffy red gums that often bleed, and pain while chewing? Unfortunately, these are the tell-tale signs of periodontal disease. If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s best to make an appointment with the Dentist right away to prevent further damage, such as tooth loss…. Read More…


How Oral Hygiene May Affect Your Pregnancy
added on: March 5, 2021

When finding out about your pregnancy, there are many precautions you are encouraged to take, such as avoiding undercooked fish or meat, alcohol and unpasteurized dairy products. Along with these precautions, one that may be overlooked is maintaining proper oral hygiene! When you become pregnant, your body starts to experience… Read More…


Listen “Variclosely” – The Connection Between Sepsis and Abscessed Teeth
added on: January 26, 2021

Did you know that at least 250,000 people in the US die from sepsis every year? Sepsis is a condition in which the body responds to infection by releasing chemicals into the bloodstream, causing inflammation. Sepsis also has the potential to damage multiple organ systems. Sepsis can be the result… Read More…


Oral Hygiene and Heart Health…What’s the Connection?
added on: December 17, 2020

Our mouths are the perfect breeding ground for germs and bacteria! The moisture in our mouths creates the perfect environment for bacteria to thrive and multiply. Did you know that on average, a typical human mouth contains about 7 million bacteria, exceeding the number of people who live on earth?… Read More…


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