Month: April 2021

Why You Should Always Floss

It goes without saying that nearly everything in some form or another can have a negative influence on our smiles. After all, oral health is comprised of function, structure, and more, and each structure works together to accomplish day-to-day tasks. Still, falling short on our preventive dental routine can cause a significant amount of damage… Read more »

Preventing Gum Disease With A Deep Clean

Preventive dentistry plays a major role in the strength and durability of your smile. Indeed, taking the time to practice proper brushing and flossing at home, attending routine dental visits, and paying mind to the foods and beverages you consume can go a long way. Bear in mind, however, that the list of items negatively… Read more »

Why Preventive Care Matters

By now you are probably aware that concerns such as decay and gum disease are among the most common threats to your oral health. They are far from the only ones, however, as phenomena such as oral cancer, bruxism, sleep apnea, and more are also members of the ever-extending log list of oral threats. That… Read more »

Understanding Oral Cancer

Last week’s blog takes a look at the manner in which oral bacteria cause damage to a number of areas of the mouth, including the internal pulp and nerves of your teeth. While decay is arguably the most common threat to one’s dental health, it is far from the only problem out there. In fact,… Read more »

How Decay Can Damage Your Nerves

The concept of tooth loss as an adult is a frightening experience, as unlike with childhood, our adult teeth will not come back once gone. Because this is such a permanent experience, your dentist recommends taking part in excellent preventive habits at home, including brushing and flossing regularly as well as attending routine dental appointments…. Read more »