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Endodontics FAQ’s: The Truth About Root Canals

“Root canal” might be one of the most feared combination of words in all of dental care, but is it as scary as it sounds? The short answer: no! When performed by a skilled, experienced Endodontist, a root canal can be quick and virtually painless—and save you a lot of pain down the line, too!… Read More

How to Improve Oral Health and Overall Health—at the Same Time!

While you may have been told (more than once!) that oral health impacts overall health, many still don’t understand the extent of this relationship. Poor oral hygiene has been linked to long-term health concerns including heart disease, respiratory health, and even neurological disorders. Contrarily, those who practice a healthy lifestyle are able to maintain proper… Read More

Why Oral Hygiene Matters During COVID-19

Could there be a link between oral hygiene and the severity of SARS-CoV-2 infections? Abstract On 30 January 2020, the World Health Organisation identified COVID-19, caused by the virus SARS-CoV-2, to be a global emergency. The risk factors already identified for developing complications from a COVID-19 infection are age, gender and comorbidities such as diabetes,… Read More

6 Benefits of a Modern Dental Office

A modern approach to dental care is proven to offer clients customized, full-service solutions. But what is modern dentistry, and why does it matter? Many dental professionals are still thinking of dentistry as a product rather than a service, charging clients for a less-than-thorough approach. Some providers may also serve clients with a lack of… Read More

Practicing At-Home Oral Health Care

While Americans spend more time at home, it’s important now more than ever to maintain proper oral health technique. Working from home can quickly disrupt your daily routine—causing you to overlook or rush through personal grooming. Overtime (and not as much time as you’d think!), these little shortcuts can result in big, costly changes for… Read More

9 Daily Dental Care Tips for the Whole Family

For better or worse, it’s been proven that lifelong dental care habits are formed in the home during childhood. That means overall oral health is likely to follow that same pattern—sometimes long after permanent teeth have grown in. As adults, we might view daily dental care as less important than professional dental services. While that… Read More

Unlearn Poor Dental Care Habits Before your Next Teeth Cleaning!

We know the basics: from brushing and flossing daily, to replacing toothbrushes every 3 months, to avoiding sugary drinks—but with our busy schedules, that’s a lot to remember! How can we ensure we’re remembering to do these things on a regular basis? Most of us developed good oral care regimens in childhood. Often, we retain… Read More

Best Foods to Maintain a Bright Smile

Any dental professional will tell you to avoid excessive candy, sugary drinks, and citrus fruits to protect your enamel. You may have also heard that certain breads and pasta can lead to tooth decay. We know what not to eat and drink, but did you know certain foods can maintain or even improve good oral… Read More

4 Ways to Hold Yourself Accountable to Proper Dental Care

Consistency is key when it comes to the daily care, improvement, and treatment of your smile. As with any form of self-care, proper oral hygiene requires the right combination of daily and professional treatment to maintain good form. That’s why it’s important to stay on top of your dental care with a well-defined routine. Unaddressed… Read More

How to Choose the Right Dental Practice for You

As with any medical need, choosing the right dental care provider and treatment are essential to your long-term health. Whether you’re looking for cosmetic, general, or anti-aging dentistry, the right treatment now can save you time and money later. Plus, optimal oral health can decrease the risk of other physical ailments—as well as keep you… Read More