Preparing for Back To School

Hard to believe that summer is moving along so quickly and the Back-to-School season will be here in no time. If you are like most people, the thought of going back to school conjures up images of new school supplies, and of a fresh start. What a wonderful time of year! We want your children to head back to school... read more »

Your Health Is Our Concern

When you visit our office for a regular check-up, your medical conditions are of great importance to us. When we are aware of your physical health concerns, we can be more vigilant in identifying potential dental concerns.  Some medical conditions affect dental health, especially if they are related to hormonal changes.  Puberty, pregnancy, and menopause are all risk factors for... read more »

Healthy Dental Lifestyle

If we were to describe the perfect dental-health lifestyle to recommend to our patients included would be: Eating healthy foods Drinking plenty of water Staying physically fit Having your teeth professionally cleaned and examined regularly Daily hygiene habits of brushing and flossing Being tobacco-free Taking care of your mouth not only helps with your overall health, but with regular exams,... read more »

Start the Year off Right!

Happy New Year to our patients and their families! With the start of a new year, many of you have dental benefits that have now renewed.  Many health plans provide two professional cleanings, annual X-rays, and examinations. If you have not scheduled your first appointment for 2021, please contact our office. We love to help our patients with their dental... read more »

Do Not Let the End of the Year Sneak up on You!

If your holidays are typical, then you will be busy in these next few months! The sooner you contact us for your appointment, the more we can do for you to help you take advantage of your dental benefits plan. When you utilize your plan, you can be confident that you are taking excellent care of your teeth, and helping... read more »

Dental Exams

We are focusing this month on the importance of Back To School exams for children. However, dental exams for the whole family are important from parents to great grandparents. One of the reasons a person may delay going to the dentist for a routine exam is the perceived expense. Our team is committed to helping our patients maintain healthy smiles,... read more »

Can Stress Affect Your Dental Health?

Yes! When a person is stressed, they are likely to grind their teeth at night (this is called bruxism) which can wear down your teeth and cause problems. How do you know if you are doing this when you sleep? When you wake up in the morning or from a nap, do you have a headache, or does your jaw... read more »