New Year, New Smile: Dental Resolutions For A Healthier 2024

As the calendar turns to a new year, it’s an opportune moment to pause, reflect and embark on a journey towards better health and happiness. While resolutions often center around fitness and nutrition, the significance of oral health should not be overlooked. As you consider your dental resolutions for the coming year, why not set the stage for a brighter,... read more »

Do You Know How Diabetes Can Affect Your Smile?

This November (National Diabetes Month), we are looking at how diabetes impacts your oral health. It’s essential to recognize the interconnectedness of your overall health with your dental health in general and explore how making healthy choices can significantly benefit both areas of your health and well-being. The Diabetes-Oral Health Connection Diabetes is a chronic condition that affects how your... read more »

Unlocking the Secrets of a Healthy Smile: National Dental Hygiene Month

October traditionally starts the fall holiday season by indulging in Halloween treats, but it is also National Dental Hygiene Month! This timely reminder spotlights the unique role dental hygienists play in helping patients maintain better oral health and the importance of practicing consistent daily dental care. Skilled dental hygienists meticulously clean your teeth and gums, removing plaque and tartar buildup,... read more »

Gum Care and Age: How to Navigate Oral Health Through the Years

For the month of September, we welcome National Gum Care Month, a timely reminder of the importance of maintaining healthy gums during every stage of life. Our gum health, like the four seasons, evolves with age, requiring varying degrees of care and attention. From childhood to adulthood and into the senior years, our gums go through transformations, each with their... read more »

How To Maintain a Healthy Smile As You Head Back to School

Whether you or your child is a student heading back to classes, we have tips for maintaining a healthy smile while juggling new routines with new classes, extracurricular activities, and social events. Having a healthy smile doesn’t just boost self-confidence but also contributes to one’s overall wellbeing. Let’s look at how to prepare for school by maintaining excellent oral hygiene... read more »

Summer Sports and Emergency Dental Care at Home Before Seeing Our Dentist

Summer is an ideal time to participate in outdoor activities and sports. Whether swimming, playing basketball, or cycling, the warmer weather invites us to have fun and stay active. However, accidents can happen, and a dental emergency during your summer outings can put a damper on your plans. Understanding how to handle dental emergencies at home before getting in to... read more »

Five Ways To Take Good Care of Your Smile During the Summer Months

Summer is a time for fun, sun, and outdoor activities. However, it’s also a time when people tend to neglect their oral health with all the distractions, like barbecues, ice cream treats, and chilled sugary drinks to stay cool, so it’s all too easy to forget about taking care of your teeth and gums. But good oral health is important... read more »