Many may be quick to think that dental issues stay contained in the mouth, but in actuality, the health of one’s gums, teeth, and even tongue is connected to overall health. Read our blog post to learn how dental health affects overall health.
Everyone should see their dentist for preventative cleanings and examinations twice a year. Take a look at our blog post for five good reasons to visit the dentist regularly.
Oral cancer is the result of DNA mutations in your lip or mouth cells. Over time, mutations can spread. Read our blog post for a look at the signs and symptoms of oral cancer.
Your smile is one of the most central features of your face. If you are missing one or more teeth, it can alter the look and function of your smile. Dental implants can restore your smile to its original functionality, improving the way you chew, communicate, and even look. Read our blog post to learn more about the benefits of dental implants.
Many people brush their teeth twice a day but forget about flossing! For good oral health, flossing is just as important as brushing. Read our blog post to find out why.
According to researchers, nearly 90% of people say that the first thing they notice about someone is their smile. If your own smile is a work in progress, check out our blog post for a list of affordable ways to improve your smile.
Breathing is often a mindless motion that comes to us naturally. But did you know that breathing helps decrease stress, increase energy, improve digestion, and provide other health benefits? Read our blog post to see how Invisalign can help you take advantage of the benefits of breathing!
Though they serve different purposes, dental implants and veneers are both permanent dental treatments. We use dental implants to replace missing teeth while veneers are a cosmetic treatment. Adjusting to them can take a little time. Read our blog post for what you need to know!
If you don’t frequent the dental office often, besides for your routine cleaning and exam, you may not be up to date with the latest dental technology. Check out our blog post to see how laser dentistry can be good for your smile.
If you’re looking to protect your pearly whites, there’s one simple thing you can do right this second: take a sip of water! In addition to the many health benefits of hydration, drinking water can protect your pearly whites. Read our blog post to learn more about the power of water!