Aid Your Dental Health With These Foods

You’re probably aware of some of the foods that can be bad for your oral health. Have you ever wondered what foods can aid your smile? Our dentist and team are thrilled to give you some pointers on foods to add to your diet to improve your dental health. Cheese If you love cheese, count yourself lucky! Studies have found... read more »

What Does Flossing Do?

Flossing your teeth removes oral debris, food particles, bacteria, and plaque stuck in between the teeth, making you less susceptible to gingivitis and gum disease which can arise from hardened plaque. If it is not removed daily, plaque will irritate your gum tissue, causing gum sensitivity. Once plaque hardens into a mineral deposit called tartar it will need to be removed... read more »

Keeping Your Teeth and Gums Healthy During Pregnancy

If you are expecting a baby, don’t forget to see your dentist! Finding a good obstetrician is not the only important thing you can do when you are pregnant, as your oral health can impact the health of your unborn baby. Schedule an appointment especially if it has been awhile since your last checkup and cleaning. Increased estrogen and progesterone... read more »

Understanding Dental Care and Nutrition

Many people don’t know that dental care and nutrition go hand in hand, but it’s true! Everything you eat affects your smile’s strength, function, and health, and we are here to teach you about the best and worst foods for your teeth, gums, and underlying bone. The best foods and drinks for your smile • Water • Milk • Nuts... read more »