1. Oral Anatomy

    Oral Anatomy Understanding the anatomy of the mouth is vital to understand the importance of proper dental care. The mouth, also called the buccal or oral cavity, serves multiple functions. Not only do we use it to eat, we use it to breathe, speak, laugh, smile and kiss. Mainly, the mouth is a passageway for food and air, so must be kept healthy to ensure optimal health of the entire body. The ora…Read More

  2. What Your Tongue Says About You!

    What Your Tongue Says About You A normal healthy-looking tongue is pink with small bumps, or papillae, that cover your taste buds. While there are several harmless, and easily remedied deviations, changes in texture or color can say a lot about your health. Common culprits of changes with your tongue are aging, medications, infections, and stress, but certain variations may also serve as warning s…Read More

  3. Children’s Dental Care & Preventive Dentistry

    Good parenting involves making sure your children’s teeth and gums are healthy from infancy into adulthood and begins before their first dental buds appear. So, if you’re expecting, or need a refresher to stay on track, read our blog “How to Care for Your Baby’s Teeth”, and then check out more ways below to prevent unnecessary issues from occurring. We know it is challenging for parents …Read More