It Pays To Be Proactive

The start of a new year is a time for reflection on experiences you had in the prior year as well as changes you may like to see in the new year. We encourage our patients to think about the state of their oral health over the past year and any changes or improvements they would like to see. We encourage our patients to be proactive with their dental health as a way to prevent dental complications from arising in the near future.

How To Keep Your Teeth Healthy For The Holidays

It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is over and the holiday season is upon us. This is a busy season for many that is full of events with the family and holiday parties and get-togethers. One aspect of the holidays that most people love is the treats that are only available during this time of year. While special treats are nostalgic and enjoyable, it is important not to overindulge. Overdoing the food and sweet treats during this time of year can wreak havoc on your teeth in the new year. Read on to learn some helpful tips to keep your teeth healthy during the holiday season.

What is that Smell? Is Your Bad Breath Telling You Something?

Do you find yourself always reaching for mints or gum to mask your breath? Or are you self-conscious when speaking closely with people over fear of the smell of your breath? We all experience bad breath from time to time. Coffee breath is very real, and leaving a feast with garlic and onions involved always has us reaching for a mint or some mouthwash. However, those problems are soon remedied with a thorough brushing and the use of dental floss. If you find that you are noticing frequent bad breath, it is time to visit our office. Your breath is sending a warning.