It’s the time of the year where we all think a little longer about what we’re thankful for. Whether it’s having a warm place to sleep, a good job, food in our bellies, or having our favorite people around for the holidays. Everyone has something that fills them with gratitude, but have you ever wonderedContinue reading “10 Things To Keep Your Teeth Thankful”
It’s finally that time of the year, the leaves are falling, the weather is getting cooler, and Halloween is right around the corner! With the spooky season rapidly approaching you should know which candies are “scary” for your teeth and which ones are “sweet”. The “Scary” Candy Sticky and gummy candies (Laffy Taffy, gummy bears,Continue reading “The Impact of “Scary” and “Sweet” Candy on Your Teeth”
As you get ready for your day, look in your mirror, smile and ask yourself “does this spark joy?” This can be part of your spring cleaning routine. It’s time to get rid of any clutter, throw out broken or non-working items, and remember to get a breath of fresh air – literally or figuratively.Continue reading “Spark Joy In Your Smile”
Summer is known for spontaneous adventures, relaxation, and most importantly, unconditional smiles that you want to capture forever!
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With the vast advancements in the dental field this last decade, it may be surprising to learn that untreated cavities stemming from gum disease are still a prevalent and persistent issue for many people in the United States. More than one in five Americans has untreated cavities and periodontitis, according to Dr. Bruce Dye, anContinue reading “Periodontics and Untreated Cavities in the US”
The range of possible dental disorders is wide and some are more easily recognized than others. It could be a bit perplexing to consider you may have a dental disorder without realizing it, but it’s actually more common than you might think. Some disorders have obvious symptoms that may have you running to our office.Continue reading “Do You Have a Dental Disorder?”
Gum Disease is a condition that is not new to many of us; whether it’s gingivitis, or the later stages of advanced periodontitis, most people have experienced words of caution from their dentist and plans for either prevention or halting progression. Periodontal disease is related to bacteria and plaque/tartar buildup in the mouth, and noneContinue reading “A History of Gum Disease”
Mouth and Body Go Hand-in-Hand Did you know that poor oral health care can be the cause of many different health issues within your body itself? There are many connections between taking care of your mouth, teeth and gums and the rest of your body. People with gum disease have a 40% increased risk ofContinue reading “7 Serious Health Concerns That Also Affect Your Teeth”