Oral Health Advancements: Dental Erosion Prevention

In order to protect your smile, you need to limit the effects of dental erosion, also known as enamel erosion. If enamel erosion is not prevented, your tooth enamel can become worn due to acids slowly eating through it. If a hole in your tooth enamel forms, a cavity can quickly follow. To help lower your risk of cavities and... read more »

Educate Yourself About Halitosis

How confident are you in your oral health? Do you constantly maintain proper oral hygiene? Besides cleaning your teeth and gums, you will also want to make sure to avoid unhealthy habits, improve your diet, and look for prevention and treatment plans to employ. If you are suffering from bad breath, also known as halitosis, it may be beneficial to... read more »

Do You Need Your Roots Done?

No, we aren’t talking about your hair. We’re talking about your teeth and gums. Gum disease can lead to a number of problems. Not only can gum disease cause loose (and lost) teeth, it can also lead to problems with your jaw, complications with diabetes and other health problems. How do you know if you have gum disease? You may... read more »

Oral Health Recaps: Plaque Buildup Prevention

One of the most significant oral health risks that can plague your smile is due to plaque buildup. Plaque buildup on your teeth and gums consists of debris and bacteria. Through plaque buildup, bacteria can convert harmful ingredients and substances in your mouth into acids that will begin to chew through your tooth enamel and cause dental erosion to occur.... read more »

What do Your Gums do For Your Health?

You probably know that exercising and following a healthy diet are important—but did you know that the health of your gums can affect your overall health? In fact, keeping your gums healthy is a vital part of protecting the health of your body. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to protect, or restore, the health of your gums.... read more »