What To Know About Cavities With Children

As a parent, you probably make sure your young child brushes their teeth every day, so you might think that this will prevent cavities, and it often does. However, cavities can still develop in a child's mouth. In fact, approximately 42% of young kids, between the ages of 2 to 11, have experienced at least one cavity. If this happens to your child, you should know that it's not unusual, and here are a few other things you should know. Read More 

Do You Have Type II Diabetes? Here’s What You Need To Know About Your Dental Health

If you've recently been diagnosed with Type II diabetes, you probably have numerous questions about how this condition may impact your quality of life as well as your overall health. Fortunately, advances in medical technology mean that Type II diabetes is easier to manage than ever before if it's caught in the early stages — and in some cases, it may even be possible to reverse it with the right combination of diet and exercise. Read More 

3 Ways To Improve The Appearance Of Your Teeth

If your teeth are not looking as nice as you would like them to look, there are steps you can take to improve their appearance. If your teeth are not shiny white like you want them to be, there are many ways to give your teeth a whiter look. Step #1: Brush Your Teeth Regularly The first thing you need to do is make sure that you are brushing your teeth on a regular basis. Read More 

Bad Habits That Can Damage Your Teeth

Bad habits can be hard to overcome. However, bad habits surrounding your oral health can be dangerous, no matter how innocent they may seem. The following are some bad habits that can cause major dental problems. Grinding Your Teeth Have you ever woken yourself up at night by moving your jaw and rubbing your teeth together? This is teeth grinding, and it can be disastrous for your teeth. The worst part about this habit is that you often do not realize you are doing it. Read More 

3 Ways a Cosmetic Dentist Can Improve Your Smile

An attractive smile can have a significant impact on your life. Good-looking teeth and gums can give you more confidence and enhance your appearance. However, many things can detract from your smile. Stained, misshapen, and crowded teeth are common complaints. Many people are also unhappy with the shape of their gums. If you are unhappy with the appearance of your smile, there are a few procedures that you may want to talk to your cosmetic dentist about. Read More