When it comes to oral health, we often focus on our teeth and gums, but did you know that your tongue can also provide valuable insights into your overall well-being? Read our blog post to find out what your tongue is saying about your health.
With the pace of trying to maintain day-to-day life, sporadic dental visits are often the case. However, dental visits shouldn’t just happen when you or a family member have a dental problem. Take a look at our blog post where we make the case that maintaining dental checkups is crucial to you and your family’s dental health.
Everyone needs to brush and floss to maintain good oral health, including kids! While many kids develop good dental habits at a young age, you may be less strict about getting them to floss. Read our blog post to find out why you should encourage flossing in a child’s daily dental routine.
Dentists recommend cleanings and exams every six months, so even if you’re in great oral health, you should visit the dentist at least twice a year! Check out our blog post for five things you should do before coming into the dental office.
Tongues play a huge role in the functionality of the mouth! They are a fascinating part of the body that not a lot of people know much about. Read our blog post for a look at our favorite top three facts about tongues that you may not know!
Are you or your little one struggling with crooked teeth, overbites, or tooth crowding? You may be the perfect candidate for orthodontic treatment. Read our blog post to learn more about braces and when it’s a good time to start your orthodontic journey!
Many adults don’t like going to the dentist, so it’s no surprise that kids often struggle, too. While it’s tempting to delay dental care, especially for kids who still have baby teeth, going to the dentist is essential to a child’s health. Read our blog post for advice on how to ease your child’s fears, including the use of rewards.
We understand just how difficult it can be to get your child excited about good dental hygiene. Check out our blog post for our top three tips to help get your little one excited about keeping their teeth and gums healthy and strong!
As a parent, you’ve probably heard of dental crowns or maybe even got the treatment as an adult. You may be wondering if it might be an overwhelming procedure for your young child. Read our blog post to see how pediatric dental crowns differ from regular, adult ones.
Have you or your teen put off straightening your teeth because you don’t want to wear noticeable metal braces? With Invisalign®, you can discreetly straighten your teeth and achieve your dream smile! Read our blog post to find out if you are a good candidate for Invisalign.