Given how busy life can be, seeing a dentist is probably far down your list of things you want to do on a regular basis. Read our blog post for some reasons why you should visit the dentist regularly, and also why you should see one who is near you.
Whether you find that your breath smells less than fresh every once in a while or it’s a regular occurrence in your life, consistently bad breath is still a nuisance that many patients want solved. Read our blog post to learn if chronic bad breath might be a sign of a serious dental problem.
Do you worry about the price of dental treatments? You’re not alone. Many people put off going to the dentist because of cost. This is especially true if you don’t have insurance. Read our blog post to see how our Dental Savers Plan can reduce treatment fees by 30-50 percent!
If you aren’t happy with how your smile looks, you’re not alone. Studies show that many people don’t like their teeth and even avoid smiling because they’re self-conscious. Check out our blog post to learn how cosmetic dentistry can transform your smile and boost your confidence.
Many parents struggle to get their kids to commit to great oral care. It’s so important that you instill these habits in your kids. Read our blog post for some tips to get your kids brushing on a regular basis.
For kids, losing their first baby tooth is one of the most exciting days of their young life. But when an adult loses one or more of their permanent teeth, it’s a different story. Check out our blog post to learn about the benefits of dental implants to address tooth loss.
Do you feel anxious when visiting the dentist? Odontophobia, or fear of the dentist, is common — but you shouldn’t let that stop you from getting the treatments you need. Sedation dentistry is a great option for patients who need something to help them feel at ease during their dental treatment. Read our blog post to learn about sedation dentistry, including a look at insurance coverage for the treatment.
Braces are a big milestone in many kids’ lives. But how to know when that milestone has arrived in your child? Read our blog post to learn whether or not your child is ready for braces.
When you lose some or all of your adult teeth, what can you do to eat, talk, and smile as you normally would? Read our blog post to learn about the benefits of both full and partial dentures.
As you probably know, your child needs to brush his or her teeth at least twice per day and should floss once per day. Another preventative step you may take is getting your child dental sealants on the teeth that your child can’t care for easily. Read our blog post to learn how dental sealants can help prevent cavities.