Christmas Contest!!!

  Please vote on your favorite decorated ornament done by each of us here in office!

IF YOU ARE GOING VEGAN DO IT RIGHT FOR THE SAKE OF YOUR TEETH

  You are what you eat, right? There’s a lot of debate about the pros and cons of vegan diets, but the effect it has on oral health is seldom discussed. A recent study published in The Public Library of Science (PLOS) ONE reports that a diet without animal products may impact oral health. Researchers discovered that the tooth-friendly amino... read more »

How Often Should I Brush My Teeth?

  Lets start here. The American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing, and rinsing with an alcohol free mouth wash. In addition you should let a professional "brush your teeth" at least twice a year. In other words, make sure you visit your dental office twice a year for xrays, cleanings, for preventive care, and as... read more »

ANNUAL SUMMER CONTEST!

  Our annual Summer Contest is finally here!! Vote on your favorite photo of the summer through our facebook link! The winner will receive $100 :) https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009052730277

How to Know if You Have a Cavity

  So, how do you know if you have a cavity? Well, depending on the severity of your tooth decay, you may experience a variey of symptoms. Here are some of the accompanying symptoms that go along with tooth decay. Nothing (in the early stages) A toothache or spontaneous tooth pain Tooth Sensitivity  Pain (slight or severe) when eating something sweet, hot, or... read more »

The Benefits Of Invisalign

  Appearance - Clear aligner trays are usually barely noticeable. Removable - Invisilbe aligners can be easily removed by the wearer to eat or drink. Comfort - Clear braces are smooth and comfrotable, they don't have any sharp edges and they don't scratch the mouth or gums. Duration - Invisible braces can usually straighten teeth in 12 to 18 months.... read more »

5 Reasons for dry mouth

  Pyschological  Sometimes having a dry mouth is a normal part of life. Temporary anxiety, open-mouthed breathing, mild dehydration, menopause, pregnancy, and decreased saliva due to sleep are all normal causes of dry mouth.  Prescription Medication  Sixty-three percent of the top 200 most commonly prescribed drugs in the U.S. are known to cause dry mouth. The higher the number of... read more »