Why Does Your Jaw Hurt?

Do you ever feel a popping or general stiffness and soreness in your jaw when you chew? These are common symptoms of TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, disorder. It affects millions of people around the country, and can great pain and discomfort. At , we are able to effectively treat TMD symptoms. The temporomandibular joint is… Read more »

Brushing More Effectively

Brushing your teeth twice a day, once in the morning and once at night, is important for your oral health. However, Dr. and our team stress that brushing your teeth properly is even more important for a healthy mouth. To improve your dental hygiene effectiveness, follow the following tips: Take Time Do you brush your… Read more »

ADA Seal of Acceptance Helps Identify the Most Effective Oral Hygiene Products

The oral healthcare aisles in modern day stores are awash with oral hygiene products. Some of which only have cosmetic value, to help freshen your breath, while others might over-promise and under-deliver on their ability to provide the maximum benefit to your oral hygiene. American Dental Association understands that it can sometimes be hard to… Read more »

Three Reasons to Visit Your Dentist

If you’re on the fence about visiting your dentist for a dental checkup, our team at asks that you continue reading. Regular dental checkups boost your smile and overall health. To encourage you to visit the dentist, we’ve provided three health benefits that come from doing so: – Screening for health problems: During a checkup,… Read more »

How to Treat Mouth Sores

More than once in your life, you’re going to experience mouth sores. It’s inevitable, even if you take special care to prevent them. When you do develop a mouth sore, there are steps you can take to keep your trial as short and pain-free as possible. 1. Medicine Your local Walgreens should hold plenty of… Read more »

Why You Want Good Oral Health Habits

There are many reasons you should see your dentist for regular professional teeth cleanings. The biggest reason is to maintain excellent oral health, resulting in a healthy smile. Preventing tooth decay and gum disease is an ongoing challenge that can be achieved with good daily oral habits along with regular dental cleanings. This is why you… Read more »

Include Your Crown in Your Daily Oral Hygiene Regimen

A crown effectively replaces the enamel layer of a tooth that suffered advance decay, lost a filling or was otherwise damaged. While your crown is made from materials that are not vulnerable to tooth decay, it will still need to be included in your daily oral hygiene regimen. Residual food particles and bacteria in your… Read more »

The Tips on Fighting Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

If you are interested in protecting your child’s smile from baby bottle tooth decay, this is the perfect blog for you! Our team has put together some tips that will help you help your child grow into the strong and healthy smile they deserve. Those tips are: · After your child eats, wipe their gums… Read more »

Tips for Taking Care of Your New Ceramic Coated Braces

Your new ceramic braces are just like traditional wire and bracket braces, only the visible hardware has been coated with a porcelain-ceramic material that closely matches your natural teeth. These braces represent a serious investment in improving the alignment of your teeth, giving you an appealing smile that can last a lifetime. Damage to your… Read more »

How to Maintain Healthy Teeth as a Senior

As you age, your mouth changes. The nerves in your teeth become smaller as time passes by, which makes you less sensitive to dental cavities and other dental problems. Because of this, those problems can progress quickly, and if they aren’t caught in a timely manner, the end result is generally tooth loss. However, there… Read more »