What Type Of Malocclusion Do You Have?

Here are some potential issues: Crowding: Buildup of plaque and tartar. Harbors harmful periodontal bacteria. Risk of periodontal disease, tooth, and bone loss. Spacing: Food lodges between teeth. Risk of sore, tender gums. Risk of periodontal disease. Deep Bite: Over-erupted lower front teeth that can damage the palate. Premature wear and chipping of the lower front teeth.   A Potential Health Risk... read more »

The connection between gut and oral microbiota is well-known, but recent studies suggest there is a direct connection between gut flora and oral bone health.

The connection between the oral cavity and the digestive tract is undeniable. There have been countless studies suggesting that the two cavities are closely related, and what happens in one of them can quickly affect the other. However, most of the studies suggest that a problem with the oral cavity can adversely affect the gut, the simplest example being that... read more »

8 Benefits of Invisalign!

While there are many options to straighten your teeth Invisalign is the only clear option that is free of brackets and wires. Invisalign allows you to work, eat, and participate in social situations worry free! All while giving you a perfect smile. Invisalign has many benefits, such as comfort and flexibility, below we will look at 8 of the many benefits Invisalign has... read more »

5 BENEFITS OF FLOSSING

For a lot of people flossing is not part of their daily home teeth cleaning routine. The reality is flossing every day is just as important as brushing your teeth. Most dentists would recommend that you floss every day and brush your teeth twice daily. Preventative Oral Care You can find millions of germs and bacteria in your oral cavity.... read more »

How To Prevent Dry Mouth While Sleeping

If you suffer from dry mouth, you’re not alone. While estimates vary widely, it’s safe to say millions of people experience dry mouth at some point. If you are one of them, you know night time is often the worst, waking up parched, and without relief can be uncomfortable and frustrating. Not only is it annoying and often painful, chronic... read more »

You’ll Love These Benefits of Good Oral Hygiene

Chances are you’ve been learning about the benefits of good oral hygiene since you were first introduced to a toothbrush as a child. We all know brushing our teeth should be a part of our daily routine, but the benefits of good oral hygiene go far beyond fresh breath. Good oral hygiene is the number one way to prevent gum disease, a... read more »

Fluoride Facts

-Fluoride benefits both children and adults. The earlier children are exposed to fluoride, the less likely they are to develop cavities. A large study found that children and adolescents who received fluoride treatments for one year were 43 percent less likely to have tooth decay and cavities. -Treats dental hypersensitivity due to exposed root surfaces, caries prevention. -Temporary layer of... read more »