1. First Tooth = First Dental Visit

    Making oral health a priority is key to lifelong health, no matter how old you are. In fact, oral health begins before birth! Children should see a dentist as soon as their first tooth erupts or by the time they’re 12 months old. They should start seeing a dentist regularly after that, just like r…Read More

  2. Healthy Trick or Treating Tips

    Halloween is such a familiar part of North American culture, it’s easy to overlook the health impacts of indulging in this annual celebration. Did you know that tooth decay can take hold in as little as 20 minutes? Here are some tips to avoid scary tooth decay this Halloween season: 1. Hold it at …Read More

  3. Tooth-Friendly Alternatives to Candy

    You care about the dental health of children in your neighborhood, but you do not want to be a joyless Halloween witch who dispenses only toothbrushes and floss. There is no need to scream; there are plenty of healthy Halloween treats that will satisfy hungry children without increasing their chance…Read More

  4. Summer Tips for Healthy Teeth

    Summer is a time for indulgence, which unfortunately is not the time when people are thinking about their oral hygiene. Generally, as the weather heats up, people will gear toward a more laid back and lax attitude. While there’s nothing wrong with that, sometimes a few things slip through the crac…Read More

  5. Juice is Full of Sugar

    How Is Juice Affecting Your Child’s Overall And Dental Health? Juice is doing a lot more to the body than you may even realize. While many think that juice is good because of the nutrients, that’s not always the case. In fact, juice can do a lot more harm to the overall health as well as your ch…Read More

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    Bad Habits And How They Damage Teeth

    We all have habits — some of them are good, some of them might be harmful. Sometimes we exhibit these habits when we’re nervous or when we’re happy. It might be surprising to learn that some “nervous ticks” or routines have a negative impact on our oral health. If you’ve experienced harm…Read More

  7. gingivitis

    All About Gingivitis

    If you’re wondering if you have gingivitis or what it can do to your oral health, then our dental care blog can help educate you on what it is and the treatment for it. What Is It? People with gingivitis have inflamed gum tissue around their teeth, caused by bacteria found in dental plaque. Normal…Read More

  8. dry mouth

    What Do I Need to Know About Dry Mouth?

    Everyone has a dry mouth once in a while — if they are nervous, upset or under stress. But if you have a dry mouth all or most of the time, it can be uncomfortable and can lead to serious health problems. To help you have good oral hygiene, our dental care blog has provided some information about …Read More

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    All About Dental Abscesses

    What Is It? An abscess is a limited area of pus formed as a result of a bacterial infection. This can occur in the mouth when you don't practice the proper dental care. The body's immune system reacts to the infection and sends white blood cells to the area to try to get rid of the bacteria. Pus is…Read More

  10. oral cancer awareness

    Oral Cancer Screening

    Cancer. The word alone probably brings a nervous shiver down your spine. You’ve probably known people in your life who have gotten sick with cancer. It’s an ugly disease and has laid a hand in a majority of people’s lives. Oral cancer is one of the more scary ones that people can be diagnosed …Read More