1. All About Snoring

    Snoring…It is a noisy business! A frequently asked question is do snore guard mouthpieces designed to stop snoring really work. The next questions is, do they help with sleep apnea? Snoring vs. Sleep Apnea To answer that, first we need to understand the cause of the snoring. Sleep-disordered breathing involves a blocked airway in the throat but may be much more than just a noisy nuisance. It may…Read More

  2. About Bad Breath & Halitosis

    About Bad Breath & Halitosis When simple brushing and flossing routinely fail to freshen your breath and complete strangers repeatedly offer you mints, you may have a larger problem called halitosis. Just Bad Breath It is important to understand that occasional bad breath is not the same as halitosis. Bad breath usually occurs when food particles linger on and between teeth, gums and tongues a…Read More

  3. Foods to Suit Your Teeth Part II

    In our previous blog post, we discussed some foods out there that you might want to bring into your diet - because some foods are better for your teeth and your dental care. In our last blog, we discussed water, meats, carrots, leafy greens, and cranberries (sugar-free!). Today, we’ll be talking about celery, gum, dairy, and tea - and all of the benefits these foods and drinks have to offer your…Read More

  4. Foods to Suit Your Teeth Part I

    If you are looking to improve your own dental care practices, changing your diet is an excellent option. We’re going to break this blog down into two parts because there are plenty of foods that keep your oral health superb. Although you’ll still want to brush, floss, and visit the dentist regularly, these foods can keep your teeth happy, healthy, and strong. Water You’re right… water’s …Read More

  5. 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