What Are These Sores in My Mouth?

When it comes to having oral lesions in your mouth, you are not alone. Common causes are infection, inflammation, and sometimes cancer. The most common causes, however, are viral and fungal infections. Following are a few of the most common causes of sores in the mouth, and how to treat them. Cold Sores/Fever Blisters) Even… Read more »

Cleaning and Maintaining Teeth with Dental Sealants

Your child’s dental sealants are an inexpensive and effective way to protect the biting surface of their back teeth. Trapped food particles and plaque are blocked from having access to the enamel by the durable resin layer, painted on by your dentist. The durable resin is designed to last for several years, but the teeth… Read more »

Tips for Reducing the Chances of a Dental Emergency

Oral injuries and dental trauma can happen in your mouth just like any other part of your body. There are a few things you can do or habits to develop to help reduce the chances of a dental emergency happening. Try to avoid using your teeth as tools for biting things, like string or opening… Read more »

What Are Dental Sealants?

Dental sealants are thin, plastic, natural-looking products that cover your back molars and shield them from tooth decay and other dental issues. The sealant bonds into the crevices and grooves of your teeth, which makes it feel completely natural. This is a great way to ensure a strong and healthy smile because although thorough brushing… Read more »

Is it Time for Your Checkup? Answer Your Dental Cleaning Questions Here!

There can be many questions when it comes to dental care, and we are here to answer your questions about dental cleanings! Many people avoid or delay their checkups because they are nervous or because they don’t know what to expect, and we’re hoping this blog can help you if you are one of those… Read more »

7 Bad Habits Which Harm Teeth

You can keep your teeth strong and healthy by brushing them twice a day, flossing them once a day, and visiting your dentist every 6 months. You can also keep your teeth healthy by avoiding these 7 bad habits. If you smoke or chew tobacco, quit today. Tobacco irritates oral tissue, stains teeth, and increases… Read more »

How Well do You Know Your Toothbrush?

Brushing your teeth at least twice a day is important for maintaining good dental health. But did you know that good brushing hygiene is also dependent on how you maintain and store your toothbrush? It is important to store your toothbrush in an upright position so that it can more easily dry out quickly. It… Read more »