Gum Disease Awareness Can Help You Protect Your Teeth and Gums

February isn’t just for Valentine’s Day; it’s also National Gum Disease Awareness Month. It is a time of raising awareness about gum disease and how it impacts your smile. Our goal this month is to explain how we diagnose and treat gum disease for a stronger, healthier smile (and body) since they are interconnected. Diagnosing... Read more »

Your Gum Health Is As Important as Your Teeth for a Healthy Mouth and Body

February isn’t just the month when we celebrate all things love; it’s also Gum Disease Awareness Month. Why not show your gums some love? Because your gum health is vital for a healthy smile (and body). Gum disease is linked to Alzheimer’s, cardiovascular disease, pneumonia, coronary artery disease, diabetes, liver cancer and rheumatoid arthritis. Our... Read more »

The New Year Is a Great Time To Set Goals for Healthier Gums

The new year is officially in full swing, and many of us feel inspired to set goals for improving our health. If this describes you, don’t forget to include your oral health! A healthy mouth, especially healthy gums, is worth striving for, especially since good gum health protects you from tooth loss and even bone... Read more »

This New Year, Resolve To Limit Your Alcohol Intake and Boost Your Oral Health All Year Round!

January 1st is the beginning of healthy resolutions for many people. And while ringing in the new year with alcohol is often traditional, it’s also no surprise that it is commonly referred to as National Hangover Day after all those New Year’s Eve toasts. While alcohol consumption can make an occasion more festive and enjoyable,... Read more »

Giving Yourself the Gift of a Dental Implant May Begin With a Bone Graft 

The busy holiday season is here, and there are many things to consider as the year comes to a close. If you are in need of a dental implant, this is a great time to consider giving yourself the gift of a dental implant to complete your smile. If you have one or more missing... Read more »

This Holiday Season, Why Not Give the Gift of a Healthy, More Beautiful Smile?

This holiday season, why not celebrate healthy smiles for yourself and your loved ones? Flashing a healthy smile can bring joy to loved ones and strangers alike, boost your self-confidence, and brighten your mood, as well as those you share your smile with. Our wish this holiday season is to help you experience the joys... Read more »

Don’t Let Dental Anxiety Keep You From Getting the Periodontal Care Your Gums Need! 

Did you know that millions of people experience some level of dental anxiety when it comes to sitting in a dental chair to have work done in their mouths? If you are concerned about receiving treatment for advanced gum disease or need dental implants and you are among these brave folks, rest assured that our... Read more »

This American Diabetes Month, We Have Some Tips To Protect Your Teeth and Gums! 

November isn’t just Thanksgiving: It’s also National Diabetes Month. This disease affects around 37 million Americans, including adults and young people. Oral health is closely linked to health issues, including diabetes, and vice versa. Along with your primary care doctor and other specialists, your health care team should also include your dentist!     People with diabetes... Read more »

What You Can Look Forward to From Your Periodontal Crown Lengthening Treatment

When it comes to your smile, your healthy gums are every bit as important as having healthy teeth. One of the ways we can improve your smile is by performing a crown lengthening treatment to restore healthy gum tissue as well as prep your mouth for a dental restoration or other cosmetic procedures. One of... Read more »

National Dental Hygiene Month Is This October and Our Dental Hygienists Have Some Fang-tastic Tips!

A healthy, appealing smile starts with a clean mouth. October is National Dental Hygiene Month, where we honor our hard-working, dedicated dental hygienists and the care they provide to protect your smile! Their goal is simple: helping you achieve greater oral health by helping you keep away cavities and gum disease. A Dental Hygienist’s Typical... Read more »