It’s Just A Baby Tooth – Right?

How important are your baby’s ‘baby’ teeth? A lot more important than you might realize, actually. Primary teeth do more for your child than allow them to eat hard or chewy foods. They also act as placeholders for adult teeth and are essential for learning to talk – and mastering more difficult words. If you’ve been reluctant to care for... read more »

Information about Periodontal disease

Periodontal disease, often called gum disease, is actually an infection in the gums and tissues that support your teeth. When plaque and food particles are left on teeth, a build-up of bacteria occurs in that crevice just below the gum line. As the bacteria grow and thrive, they feed on the tissue that attaches to your tooth and causes the... read more »