Understanding Sleep Apnea Warning Signs

Sleep apnea is a common condition that can cause your oxygen levels drop. This is dangerous because it can cause other harmful problems in your body and lead to disastrous health. Some of these problems include high blood pressure, stroke, depression, irritability, and excessive daytime sleepiness. However, knowing what the... Read more »

It’s Time to Protect Your Smile With Sealants

If you have a desire to protect your teeth from tooth decay, or if you would like to help your child do the same, we are happy to help you with dental sealants! Dental sealants are best for children and teenagers who are between the ages of 6 and 14;... Read more »

How to Care for Your Teeth after Dental Bonding

If you recently had dental bonding done for your teeth, you may be wondering what the best practices of care you can do at home to ensure they last for years to come. Well, look no further because our team is going to give you some helpful tips on how... Read more »

Interdental Cleaners And Flossing Tools

Would you rather clean the toilet than floss your teeth? Many people do not like flossing, whether it is because doing so is difficult, uncomfortable, or time consuming. However, cleaning between your teeth daily is a necessary part of maintaining oral hygiene. In order to make flossing easier, there are... Read more »

Considering Dental Tourism? 6 Risks to Consider First

Dental tourism involves flying overseas to have expensive dental procedures completed for a cheaper cost, giving a vacation while saving money. Sound too good to be true? It is. If you are considering participating in dental tourism, first consider some of the risks that accompany it. 1: Health and Safety... Read more »

Try Our Dental Word Search!

Taking care of your teeth is important, and so is taking care of your brain! Mentally stimulating activities such as word puzzles have been proven to help sharpen your brain and prevent memory loss.  Have fun looking for dental related words while exercising your brain.  It is also a great way... Read more »

What’s In a Bite?

If you have been following the World Cup, you likely know of the incident in which Uruguay’s Luis Suarez received a suspension for biting an opposing player’s shoulder during a game. Here at our dental office, we highly discourage biting anything other than your food, especially people! However, this incident... Read more »

Don’t Forget about your Teeth when Spring Cleaning!

It has been a long winter, and we’re happy to see that spring is finally arriving and flowers are starting to bloom. With warmer weather comes the urge to start spring cleaning (or maybe it’s just us)! If you’re starting your spring cleaning and making your rounds of the house,... Read more »

How to Protect your Teeth from Easter Sweets

Easter is the second largest holiday for candy purchases in America, second only to Halloween. With sugary treats in abundance during the Easter season, we know it can be hard to resist, especially knowing how delicious candy can be! However, it is important to remember the negative effects that candy... Read more »