Staying informed and ahead of potential dental problems is the best way to avoid dental emergencies. Reviewing your family history of illness is a great way to stay on top of your health with your physician, but did you know it’s also helpful information for your dentist? Check out our blog post where we discuss the role of genetics in your oral health.
Being a parent is a tough job! The moment you notice something out of the ordinary with your child it can become alarming. When it comes to kids and their oral health, check out our blog post for a look at our dental services for kids!
If you wake up in the morning with a sore jaw or play a contact sport and are always nervous about breaking or knocking out a tooth, it’s probably time to speak to your dentist about getting a custom mouthguard or nightguard. Read our blog post for all the details!
Inflamed or sore gums? It could be an indication that you have gum disease. Unfortunately, you may not even realize you have gum disease as signs may not always be apparent to you. Take a look at our blog post to see if gum therapy might be able to help you.
Traditional metal fillings were common practice not that long ago! Now, there has been research and many advancements in fillings to find safer materials to create dental fillings. If you still have metal fillings, read our blog post to learn why you may want to get them replaced!