Sports Dental Safety

Sports Dental Safety

As students head back to school, raising awareness about sports dental safety is a big priority for us! We love to hear that our patients are doing what they love, while also keeping their smiles safe and healthy. Here’s what you need to know to protect your...
Back-to-School Dental Checklist

Back-to-School Dental Checklist

We love checklists. They make it so much easier to make sure nothing gets forgotten! If you love checklists, here’s your back-to-school dental checklist to ensure everyone’s smiles are ready for the new school year. Dental Care Routine The first thing on...
How to Brighten Your Smile

How to Brighten Your Smile

Have you ever had a hard day, then had a friend or stranger smile at you, and you suddenly felt better? Your smile is important! It can make a great first impression and make everybody’s day better. Here’s how to brighten your smile so it really shines. 1. Brush...
When Your Tooth Hurts

When Your Tooth Hurts

Dental discomfort can happen when you least expect it and can make it difficult to enjoy your favorite food and drinks. It can even interfere with your normal daily activities. It’s difficult to think about anything else when your tooth hurts. You need relief...
How to Keep Your Breath Fresh

How to Keep Your Breath Fresh

Nobody wants bad breath, but it happens to all of us from time to time. It’s important to know the cause behind it so that you can address it at its source instead of just masking the symptoms. Stinky breath can be a thing of the past when you know how to prevent it....
Winter Dental Care

Winter Dental Care

Brisk mornings and early evenings can make it extra tough to keep those new year’s resolutions, no matter how determined you are. The winter season poses a whole new set of challenges for maintaining good health, including dental health. Let’s talk about winter dental...
Emergency Dental Care

Emergency Dental Care

When you’re enjoying the holidays with family and friends, the last thing anyone wants to experience is a dental emergency, but when a toothache starts or a tooth is chipped or broken, it’s important to know what to do so that you can act fast. Here’s what you should...