Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when the muscles in the back of the throat relax too much during sleep and block the airway. Read our blog post to learn how the dentist can treat sleep apnea.
Your gums support your teeth, keeping them anchored in your mouth. Gum health is just as important as the health of your teeth. Read our blog post to learn what your gum color says about your health.
Tooth discoloration can happen to anyone and it has a variety of causes. If you aren’t happy with the color of your smile, read our blog post to learn what you can do to improve your smile.
Just like some foods can be bad for your general health, there are some that can also be bad for your smile! It’s important to know which foods aren’t tooth-friendly and which foods may cause harm to your oral health in the long run. Read our blog post to learn more about which foods are bad for your teeth!
As a parent, you’re probably busy juggling seemingly endless appointments for your child between school activities, playdates, and hobbies. Read our blog post for advice on how often you should take your child to the dentist.