Dental health isn't solely about brushing and flossing. It’s also influenced by environmental factors that surround us every day. Read our blog post where we share 5 environmental factors that impact dental health that you should be aware of.
Categories for Gum Health
Many people have some form of gum disease, which is an infection of the gums. When it’s not treated, this disease can lead to gum recession, bone loss, and eventually tooth loss! Read our blog post for a look at how to identify and prevent gum disease.
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.
At your next dental checkup, you may want to ask to make sure your dentist performs oral cancer screenings during checkups. If they don’t, we recommend asking them to perform one at least once a year, if not at every checkup. Read our blog post to learn about the importance of regular oral cancer screenings.
When you think of cancer, your mind might not jump straight to your mouth, but oral cancer is a serious issue, and one that we screen for at each visit. Check out our blog post where we let you know what the signs and symptoms of oral cancer are.
In our blog post, we discuss the purpose of a deep dental cleaning & why you may need one.