February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, so it’s a good time to stop and examine the progress of your child’s dental health. From the time a baby’s first teeth erupt until the appearance of their wisdom teeth, keeping a child’s dental care on track will affect not only their smile and oral health but… Read More
Have you resolved to be healthier in 2018? Here are some changes you can make to your oral health that will positively impact your whole body health.
Various forms of whitening aren’t permanent. However, these simple tips can help you keep your teeth white after whitening for a longer period of time!
What should you do (and not do) after wisdom teeth removal to increase your comfort and speed the healing process? Here are some simple tips!
Many wonder: “Are dental x-rays safe?” Here are the facts you need to help you decide what is best for you and your family’s dental care.
I am happy to announce that, after a 4-year search and countless interviews, I have finally found the perfect dentist to be my partner into the distant future. Dr. Cameron Garrett is everything that I have been looking for. He has just the right amount of experience and enthusiasm to carry our team upward to… Read More
Choosing the best toothbrush can seem like a daunting task! Here are our top tips to choose the right toothbrush for each member of your family.
Are you a new parent? As parents ourselves, we completely understand your first priority is giving your child the best supportive care. Using a pacifier is probably on the top of your list, and you’re not alone! For ages, parents have relied on pacifiers to help calm (and do we say distract?) crying infants. Are… Read More
Have you been unhappy with your smile? Perhaps you’ve noticed it appears yellowish in photos. Or maybe you have an important event coming up and you’d like your smile to look brighter and more youthful. If so, you’re not alone: A recent study by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry revealed that when asked “What… Read More
April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Are you familiar with this deadly disease? According to the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS), an estimated 50,000 people are diagnosed with oral cancer EVERY YEAR and 9,000 U.S. citizens will die from this horrifying disease. Oral cancer’s mortality rate isn’t because it’s hard to diagnose,… Read More