When Giving Your Child Fruit Choices, Proceed With Caution

18 December 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

As a parent, you work hard to keep your child healthy by giving them a balanced and nutritional diet. When you give your child a fruit-based option, you probably think you are aligning perfectly with this goal. Unfortunately, this isn't always the case. There are a number of fruit-based selections that can have a negative effect on your child's oral health. Make sure you know what to look out for, in order to protect your little one's mouth, teeth and gums. Read More 

4 Reasons To See A Dentist As Soon As You Can

30 November 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

While many people don't exactly look forward to seeing a dentist, sometimes it's essential to make a dental appointment right away. You want to make sure that you stay on top of your dental health and that you're able to be as comfortable as possible. Take a look at the following information to better understand the reasons as to why you should see a dentist as soon as you can.  Read More 

3 Tips To Protect Your Teeth From Food

11 November 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Everyone knows just how important it is to go to the dentist on a regular basis to get checkups. A family dentist is a great place for the whole family to go and get cleanings, checkups, and other procedures done. When you arrive at the dentist, you will want to make sure that you have taken proper care of your teeth beforehand so that all the dentist has to do is take a look and make sure everything is ok. Read More 

How To Heal Your Sensitive Teeth

22 October 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If sharp pains shoot through your mouth when you bite into something cold, the enamel on your teeth might be worn down. This can be caused from eating acidic foods and not brushing your teeth afterward, and it can also be caused by aggressive brushing with a hard-bristle toothbrush. Fortunately, there are treatments that may help your sensitive teeth. Here are some things you can try. Toothpaste For Sensitive Teeth Read More 

Dental Considerations When You’re Struggling With Arthritis

10 October 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When you have arthritis, everyday activities like brushing your teeth become more difficult. If you don't continue to brush and floss daily, you'll be at a higher risk of developing tooth loss, gum disease, and dental infections. Be sure to let your dentist know you have arthritis so he or she can help you take good care of your teeth. These are some of the things you'll want to discuss. Read More