4 Foods For Healthier Teeth

20 November 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

One of the most important things you can do is to take care of your teeth. This will allow you to enjoy a higher quality of life by eating the foods that are best for your dental health. Keep in mind there are foods that will work to strengthen the teeth and eating these on a consistent basis is ideal. Knowing some of the top items you should include on your plate can be extremely helpful to you. Read More 

New Baby Teeth And Their Proper Care

26 October 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

As a new parent, you may have a lot of questions regarding your child's development. One of the areas of concern you will more than likely have will also include their teeth and how to properly care for them. This article will serve as a short and helpful guide that can help to answer some of the more commonly asked questions by new parents. Don't worry about a newborn's gums When you bring your newborn baby home, you don't want to worry about their gums. Read More 

Oral Health Issues That Affect Children

2 October 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Oral health problems may occur at any age. Still, most parents want their kids to maintain healthy teeth as the children grow older. Here are some of the issues that may affect a child as he or she grows. Baby Bottle Decay in Babies and Toddlers Oral health problems can occur even for the youngest dental patients. Babies and toddlers experience tooth decay and gum inflammation. One type of tooth decay that is particularly detrimental for babies and toddlers is baby bottle decay. Read More 

What Your Teeth Say About You

2 August 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you know what to look for, there are numerous gems of information you can mine just by looking at a person's teeth. This is because your body may comprise different organs, but they all function together as a unit to keep you healthy. Here are four examples of what your teeth say about you: Diseases on Other Parts of the Body Diseases on other parts of your body can easily be reflected on your teeth. Read More 

3 Back-To-School Dental Tips To Help You Keep Your Oral Health On Track

18 July 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Depending on where you live and what level of schooling you will be attending, you may have a month or two before school starts back. When it comes to dental health, school can make things a bit challenging. You have become accustomed to your summer schedule – being able to brush your teeth on your own time. However, now that you are going back to school, you are going to be on a set schedule. Read More