1. X-Rays Mark the Spot

    You know the drill – Your family dentist asks for your approval to take some X-rays, and you agree because you know they help detect dental issues affecting your teeth and gums. But have you ever wondered why they do what they do? We’ve taken a deep dive to help you understand the different types of X-rays and how valuable they are for ensuring oral health. X-rays Defined X-rays are the ultima…Read More

  2. Top Causes of Tooth Loss

    Tooth loss is a very real dental issue that can happen to anyone. While several treatment options are available today, everyone should practice extra diligent oral hygiene to preserve their existing teeth. But, several factors might encourage you to take added precautions against tooth loss. The Top Circumstances Related to Tooth Loss According to the Journal of Periodontology, there are nine risk…Read More

  3. Receding Gums 101

    Recession, as in going away, is not something you want to happen to your gums (or the economy!) Learn the facts about receding gums, oral hygiene tips to prevent gum recession from occurring, and the proper dental care to treat it. Receding Gums Defined When you see receding gums, this is the result of a gradual process wherein the gums surrounding your teeth have pulled back or worn away, causing…Read More