Was your #ValentinesDay a little too sweet?! Schedule an appointment and keep that smile looking good for your Valentine! … [Read more...] about Was Your Valentine’s Day A Little Too Sweet?
Got a little one that has some extra anxiety around dental visits? It’s normal for people of all ages to have some trepidation about seeing the dentist. But there are ways you can help your little guy or gal overcome their fears. Read on for some great ideas! Identify their fears It’s helpful to know what exactly about their dental visit is the scariest part. Are they afraid of the hygienist’s face mask? Is there a scary poster on … [Read more...] about Helping Your Kids Overcome Their Fear of the Dentist
Healthy Smiles Tips Tooth decay can be prevented with good oral care. Taking time to prevent tooth decay from starting is less costly than repairing a decayed tooth. Clean your child’s teeth to help prevent cavities. Brushing and flossing removes plaque, the sticky film of bacteria that is constantly forming on our teeth. Brush your child’s teeth (and your!) two times a day (morning and at night) with a fluoride toothpaste, and for two … [Read more...] about February is National Children’s Dental Health Month
Stop by and visit our booth this coming Sunday. We look forward to seeing you! … [Read more...] about Bridal Expo 2019
When it comes to keeping your teeth in your head during all the fun winter has to offer, there are two things to be mindful of: avoiding obstacles and knowing how to fall correctly. Actually, understanding how to fall is a good thing to know even if you’re just walking during the winter, let alone skiing, sledding, snowboarding, skating, or snowball fighting. Let’s look at each one of these fun winter activities and walk you through exactly … [Read more...] about Having Fun Outside This Winter? Here’s How to Protect Your Smile.
It is estimated that between 15 and 30% of people in the United States have Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, or GERD for short. Many of these people have symptoms such as heartburn, belching, stomachache, and acid in their mouth. But some patients with GERD don’t even know they have it, because they either don’t have any symptoms or have non-traditional symptoms like coughing, hoarseness, and frequent clearing of the throat – a phenomenon known … [Read more...] about When Heartburn Is More Than Heartburn