Fun Facts About Your Teeth

Your teeth are important and we all know the basics of brushing twice daily, flossing daily, avoiding sugary/acidic foods and drinks, using a mouth rinse, drinking plenty of water, etc. But how much do you really know about your teeth? Below we have put together some fun facts that you maybe didn’t know about your […]

Baby Teeth Explained

February is Children’s Dental Health Month and it is the perfect opportunity to talk about baby teeth. There are many myths about baby teeth, such as, “They are going to fall out anyway so there is no point in taking care of them”. Yikes, this is a big myth we are here to bust. Let’s […]

What’s the Difference Between Gingivitis and Periodontitis?

Brushing and flossing are crucial for a healthy smile and can help prevent numerous oral health issues like gum disease. Gingivitis and periodontitis are both types of gum disease, but did you know that gingivitis is a type of periodontitis? Let us explain these two types of gum diseases. The Difference Between Gingivitis and Periodontitis What […]

Is Milk Good for My Teeth?

We have all heard to be sure to drink our milk for strong healthy bones and to prevent certain health conditions like osteoporosis, but have you wondered, is milk good for my teeth too? Yes! Even though our teeth are different from the bones in our bodies they still benefit from milk. Why is milk […]

Hidden Sugars – The Worst Foods and Drinks

It is no secret that sugar is damaging to our teeth, but did you know sugars lurk in many unexpected places? Below you will find our guide to hidden sugars – the worst foods and drinks. You may be shocked after reading how much sugar you are consuming unknowingly. Salad Dressing Salad is healthy, right? Yes, vegetables […]

10 Tips to Stay Healthy

COVID-19 is the topic of many conversations and while we all continue to do our part to limit the spread, it is important to remember to do your part to keep yourself healthy as well. 10 Tips to Stay Healthy Wash Your Hands One of the most effective and easiest ways to keep yourself healthy […]

Planning a Safe Holiday Season

2020 has been a unique year and that means our holiday celebrations will look a little different this year. When you are planning for holiday get togethers remember to think safety first. Your number one priority should be to think about the health and safety of yourself and others. This means you may need to […]

Diabetes and the Effects on Dental Health

What is Diabetes? According to the CDC, “Diabetes is a chronic (long-lasting) health condition that affects how your body turns food into energy.” There are three main types of diabetes which include; type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes (diabetes while pregnant). Type 1 means your body doesn’t produce insulin, type 2 is associated with your […]

Planning a Safe Thanksgiving

If You Are Sick, Stay Home If you are experiencing symptoms or simply do not feel well stay home. Plan your celebration for when you are symptom-free. Wash Your Hands Like every day, it is incredibly important to thoroughly and regularly wash your hands. Remember to scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds, use […]

Pumpkin Everything and Dentist Approve

It is pumpkin season and it can be spotted everywhere! The good news is that pumpkin is amazingly healthy food. It is very nutrient-dense loaded with numerous vitamins. Both pumpkin and pumpkin seeds have numerous health benefits and can actually help to keep your smile happy. While pumpkin is a very healthy choice we do […]