What is Periodontal Disease? Tips to Maintain Proper Oral Hygiene

Are you experiencing swollen and puffy red gums that often bleed, and pain while chewing? Unfortunately, these are the tell-tale signs of periodontal disease. If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, it’s best to make an appointment with the Dentist right away to prevent further damage, such as tooth loss. According to the CDC, nearly […]

How Oral Hygiene May Affect Your Pregnancy

When finding out about your pregnancy, there are many precautions you are encouraged to take, such as avoiding undercooked fish or meat, alcohol and unpasteurized dairy products. Along with these precautions, one that may be overlooked is maintaining proper oral hygiene! When you become pregnant, your body starts to experience many changes. One of these […]

Make No Bones About It…Dental Care is Important!

If you have Osteoporosis, you’re not alone. In the United States, more than 53 million people are affected by the disease! Osteoporosis is a condition in which the body is unable to keep up with new bone creation when older bones are damaged or fractured. This disease affects both men and women, mainly affecting bones […]

The Effects of Oral Hygiene on Overall Health

We’ve all heard that neglecting proper oral hygiene could result in bad breath, pesky stains, and a build-up of tartar and plaque. However, did you know that proper oral hygiene is essential to maintaining your overall health, and ensuring other organs in your body are healthy and strong? Implementing proper oral hygiene into your every-day […]

Oral Hygiene and Heart Health…What’s the Connection?

Our mouths are the perfect breeding ground for germs and bacteria! The moisture in our mouths creates the perfect environment for bacteria to thrive and multiply. Did you know that on average, a typical human mouth contains about 7 million bacteria, exceeding the number of people who live on earth? We don’t know about you, […]

Why You Should Go For Regular Dental Check-ups

The idea of visiting a dentist is undesirable for most people. People tend to avoid dental visits until there’s a problem or an emergency. Almost 80% of Americans deliberately delay their dental care due to various reasons. According to the American Dental Association, 2.1 million visits to the emergency room are the result of dental […]