Can the Color of Your Tongue Mean Something?

You’ve probably seen them on social media, or you might have a picture of a musician playing the guitar with his or her tongue hanging out. Pictures of this nature have become increasingly popular, and if a baby or young child is nearby, it may be almost impossible not to stick your tongue out at… Read more »

How to Keep Your Oral Health in Tip-Top Shape While Pregnant

Did you know pregnancy can affect the teeth, gums and oral health? Well, it’s true, unfortunately. Pregnancy can cause many dental problems if you’re not careful, which is why our team strongly encourages you to keep your smile in mind while you wait to meet your little one. There are many things you can do… Read more »

Taking Care of Unhappy Teeth

We invite you to learn more about addressing the following dental conditions that could result in dental emergencies: Oral Swollen Conditions such as infected pulp can cause you to develop an abscess as a result of untreated bacterial infection. We may need to drain the pus and then provide antibiotics to keep the infection away… Read more »

Replacing Compromised Tooth Enamel with a Dental Crown

Your teeth are covered by a protective tooth enamel layer that helps your teeth to stay durable and hard. However, if you should receive a blow to the face or experience a fall, you may develop a tooth fracture as a result. This can also occur if you have an unconscious habit of grinding your… Read more »

Preventing Cavities If You Have a Sweet Tooth

For years you have probably heard that sugar can lead to cavities. While this may be true, it might not mean that you need to feel extremely guilty if your child has a sweet tooth and gives in to a treat every now and then. Even if your child has some sugary snacks more frequently… Read more »

The Possible Sources of Tooth Sensitivity

Do you go to take a bite out of something and you frequently feel discomfort when you do, particularly if it is hot, cold, sour, sweet or somewhat acidic? It could be that you have tooth sensitivity. The reason could be that your dentin, which is the layer just below the tooth enamel, is exposed… Read more »

What Can You Eat With a Canker Sore?

What you eat can impact your health, both dental and overall. And if you have canker sores, it may determine what you can eat comfortably. Today we would like to briefly talk about different foods that you can eat until your sores heal, as well as those that may help speed up the healing process…. Read more »

Why Do I Have Dry Mouth?

Have you heard of chronic dry mouth? Do you find yourself with not enough moisture in your mouth when you go to speak or swallow? If so, then you may have dry mouth. This is an uncomfortable medical condition that causes you to experience an ongoing dry sensation in the mouth because of a lack… Read more »

Electric Toothbrushes vs Manual Toothbrushes

You’ve heard the same reiteration over and over since you were young that you need to brush and floss every single day. It’s good to help maintain great oral health (not to mention help your overall health) and can prevent infections and tooth decay. An important factor when it comes to taking plaque off your… Read more »

Overcoming Dental Anxiety 101

You’d be surprised at how many people experience dental anxiety whether it’s a small or great amount. Between 10 and 20% of Americans experience some type of anxiety when going to the dentist, and we know how essential it is to see your dentist at least twice a year for a dental exam and cleaning…. Read more »