Category: Family Dentistry

When Was Your Last Dental Checkup?

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Your smile endures a significant amount of wear and tear over the course of your life, rendering it on the defensive pretty much all of the time. Indeed, you must consider periodontal concerns, tooth decay, infection, and so much more when providing care for your grin, and falling short in any one category is all… Read more »

Schedule Your Children’s Dental Visits Today

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Dentistry in and of itself is a complex process that involves many moving parts. What’s more? There are a few different categories that contain a unique set of treatments and procedures, and not every person has the same needs. For instance, cosmetic dentistry covers surface-level concerns such as chips, cracks, and stains, whereas restorative treatment… 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 »

Do You Have a Dental Care Routine?

Your oral health is something that takes work. By consistently tending to your teeth and gums, you can keep them healthy throughout your lifetime. It doesn’t take a ton of effort each day, it’s about consistency. Having a dental care routine can help you consistently clean and monitor your teeth, preserving them for the future…. Read more »

How Do You Deal with Gingivitis?

Gingivitis is the beginning stage of gum disease, which is one of the most frequent chronic oral health concerns for adults. It’s also one of the most important reasons why your daily dental hygiene routine matters so much. Gingivitis results from an excessive buildup of oral bacteria along your gum line, which allows some of… Read more »

Saving Your Teeth when You Have Bruxism

The constant and consistent grinding of your teeth that marks bruxism doesn’t always seem like a problem at first. However, one of the biggest challenges with addressing bruxism is defining your teeth-grinding habit as a problem in the first place. Until you do, the grinding will continue, and the damage that it can cause to… Read more »

When Is Scaling and Root Planing Necessary?

Most dental health treatments are only recommended when they’re necessary, though dental cleanings are somewhat of an exception. Even when your teeth and gums are healthy, attending regular dental checkups and cleanings is always necessary to keep them healthy. However, dental cleaning can come in a variety of forms. On a more involved level, it… Read more »

Can Fluoride Really Protect Your Child’s Teeth?

When it comes to protecting your child’s teeth and oral health, there are many different tips and pieces of advice that hold merit. However, the most important thing to remember about caring for your child’s teeth is that the key is keeping their teeth strong and resilient, as well as consistently clean. Today, we examine… Read more »

Why Having Gum Disease Should Worry You

The specific way in which gum disease develops isn’t typically complicated. It starts with an infection in your gums (known as gingivitis) that grows progressively worse until it becomes a systemic threat to the health and integrity of your gum tissues. However, the specific reasons why gum disease is such a threat, and why it… Read more »

Potential Causes of Tooth Loss to Protect Your Smile From

The thing about tooth loss is that it can have many different potential causes, and sometimes, that can make preventing it seem much more complicated. Fortunately, many of the common reasons for tooth loss are more easily preventable than you might expect. They’re also highly treatable, and often, can be successfully addressed before the tooth… Read more »