Archive for 2021
Use It Or Lose It!!!
Dental Insurance Benefits are Running Out Soon! Use Your Benefits Now. Did you know you can save possibly thousands of dollars by using your dental insurance benefits before the end of the year? Deductibles are often met, annual maximums won’t roll over, and premiums may increase. So, it’s more important than ever to use your […]
Thanksgiving, Turkey, Teeth
Thanksgiving Day is a favorite holiday. Enjoying that scrumptious dinner with family, watching football and taking the day to remember all of the things we are most thankful for. It’s a day to gain perspective on what’s really important to each one of us. It’s also a day to consume 7,000 calories in an 8 […]
Scare Away Those Cavities This Halloween…. BOO!
Halloween is around the corner, and it can be scary for parents to think about the amount of sugar that can creep in between their children’s teeth. Fortunately, there are ways to ward off the evil cavity spirits with these easy tricks for healthier teeth! 1) Trick-or-Treat On A Full Stomach Before heading out, make […]
Laser Bacterial Reduction
Laser Bacterial Reduction Therapy Periodontal disease is one of the quickest growing oral health concerns. More than 80% of adults in the United States suffer from some level of periodontal disease. It’s become increasingly important to find alternative and effective ways of treating bacterial growth and infection in the mouth and gums. Making this even […]
People have been straightening their teeth with orthodontics for thousands of years for more reasons than just aesthetics. According to the American Dental Association, straightening crooked teeth can benefit your overall dental health. While traditional braces are still fairly common, new technology has allowed orthodontics to invent better ways to fix crooked teeth. Now you […]
What Is A Root Canal?
A root canal is a treatment used to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or infected. A tooth’s nerve and pulp can become irritated, inflamed, and infected due to deep decay; large fillings, a crack, or a chip in the tooth. It also can happen because of trauma to the face.During a […]