1. 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

  2. About Endodontics & Root Canal Therapy

    About Endodontics & Root Canal Therapy Endodontics is a vital dental specialty that involves preserving teeth, with “endo” meaning “inside” in Greek, and “odont” meaning “tooth”. Endodontic therapy, also known as root canal therapy, specializes in the treatment of the pulp of the teeth. A root canal procedure removes infected tooth pulp and helps prevent the surrounding areas f…Read More

  3. What You Need to Know About Oral Cancer

    Oral cancer is a potentially fatal disease that can affect more than just the mouth. Read on to understand what it is, the symptoms, causes, and how to prevent and treat it. Oral Cancer Defined Oral cancer occurs when there is irregular cell division or growth that spreads to and damages surrounding areas. It encompasses cancers of the cheeks, floor or roof of the mouth, tongue, hard and soft pala…Read More

  4. What You Need To Know About Dentures

    What You Need To Know About Dentures Dentures Defined A denture is a removable plate, or dental plate, with one or multiple artificial teeth attached. While dentures are commonly called false teeth, the name dentures originates from the French word for tooth, dent, or the latin word dente. There are two main types. Partial dentures, referred to as dental partials, will have one or several teeth an…Read More

  5. Colds & Your Teeth

    Colds and Your Teeth As if feeling poorly due to a cold isn’t enough, this virus and its myriad remedies can cause several issues with your mouth that mustn’t be ignored. Colds and sinus infections that abound during cold winter months may cause bad breath, dry mouth, toothaches due to sinus pressure and even tooth decay. To alleviate these dental-related pitfalls, you will want to take certai…Read More

  6. All About Invisalign®

    What Are Invisalign® Braces? Invisalign® is a superior method of orthodontia designed to correct misaligned teeth without the disadvantages associated with traditional braces. With Invisalign®, the “braces” are clear plastic trays, called aligners, that are worn over teeth to move them into proper position. Multiple sets of custom-made aligners, each with incremental adjustments, gradually …Read More

  7. Choosing Your Dentist

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  8. Six Reasons to See Your Dentist

    The dentist may be scary to some,  but for good reasons, you should be visiting your dentist at least once a year, if not more if you have chronic dental problems. Because we care about our patients, here are 6 great reasons you should see your dentist periodically. The first sign that you should see a dentist is tooth pain. At the first sign of tooth pain you should visit your dentist. If you wa…Read More