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As Valentine’s Day approaches, many of us can feel the love in the air...we sometimes forget a sign of love that we carry with us year-round: a smile.
The new year is a great time to reflect and make resolutions.
We wanna see you smile this summer! Send us your best summer selfie and you could win a $20.00 Amazon Gift Card.
Drinking water and staying hydrated is an important part of everyday life. Summer may be ending, but it is important to stay hydrated no matter the season. There are many health benefits that come with drinking water, including healthy oral hygiene. Water is not only calorie free, but drinking fluoride rich water helps strengthen your teeth and preserve your gums. The more water you drink, the brighter your smile will be.
With Halloween around the corner, dental health is the last thing to be afraid of! There are so many ways to bring back and keep the smile you are proud of. Let’s keep the missing teeth to the costumes this year and help restore your smile, health, and confidence! Here are some tips to restore your smile before the year ends.
The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year, unless you’ve cracked a tooth! Did you know this time of year is the busiest time for our practice? Unfortunately, there’s a spike this time of year for cracked teeth due to some common holiday treats. Keep reading to see what to avoid and what to do in the event you HAVE cracked a tooth!
What better time to restore your smile than the beginning of a new year? A smile makeover can greatly improve your quality of life and boost your self-confidence. We have some tips to help you reach your smile goals!
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and we want to remind you that it’s all about loving yourself, and your smile! We have some easy tips to fall back in love with your teeth just in time for Valentine’s Day this year.
Did you know that a dentist can tell if you have sleep apnea? It’s true! From the grinding of teeth to a spike in cavities, sleep apnea and your oral health are closely linked.
You’ve probably heard the saying, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away,” but did you know that staying hydrated can help keep cavities away? Drinking water daily and staying hydrated helps keep your mouth clean, strengthens your teeth and gums, and can prevent cavities.
Sometimes it doesn’t matter how nice your dentist is, the idea of going to the dentist may bring fear and anxiety. Dental anxiety is fear, anxiety or stress associated with a dental setting. Being scared to visit the dentist can result in delaying or avoiding dental treatment. Things like needles, drills or the dental setting in general can trigger dental anxiety. While these feelings are pretty common, and totally normal, we have some tips to help you overcome dental anxiety!
One of the most common questions we get from our patients is when and how often they should be getting dental X-rays taken.