Check Your Calendar

When was the last time you visited our office for a routine hygiene examination and cleaning? If it has been some time since your last appointment, we encourage you to schedule your next visit today. We know that your life is busy, but the longer you postpone routine examinations, the greater the chance you will experience a dental emergency or some type of oral health complication. Delaying your examination and cleaning can eventually affect your overall health as well. Read on to learn more about the importance of routine appointments.

Are You Concerned About Bad Breath?

Are you self-conscious about the smell of your breath? Are you someone who religiously carries mints or gum because you always want to have fresh breath? While it is very kind to want to have fresh breath when speaking closely with others, there are times when it is not possible, such as after a garlicky meal or a large cup of coffee. The problem arises when you experience frequent bad breath. This is a warning sign from your mouth that you may have a larger problem with your oral health. Continue reading to learn what your mouth is trying to tell you.

Is This One Of Your New Year’s Resolutions?

Happy 2022! The start of a new year signifies new beginnings and a fresh start to anything you want to accomplish. We want to remind our patients that the beginning of the year is the perfect time to re-evaluate your oral health. If you have not been to our office in quite a while and are in need of a routine hygiene examination and cleaning, now is a great time to schedule your visit. Delaying your examination and cleaning can lead to a number of problems with your oral health and eventually your overall health as well. Read on to learn more about the importance of routine appointments.

Does My Breath Stink?

Do you like to keep a comfortable distance when speaking to others out of fear that your breath isn’t fresh? It isn’t uncommon to experience bad breath once and a while. A cup of coffee or meal full of garlic often has patients reaching for the gum, toothbrush, or mouthwash. If you are often experiencing people taking a few steps back when you speak with them, you might be suffering from chronic bad breath. Frequent bad breath is a warning sign that you might be dealing with a serious issue that cannot be treated with a toothbrush and toothpaste.

3 Common Habits That Damage Your Teeth

Your teeth play an important role in your everyday life. Did you know that enamel—the white protective covering on your teeth—is the hardest substance in your body? As the saying goes, “Even the mighty shall fall”, and it is possible for your teeth to become damaged if you do not care for them properly. We have created a list of bad habits that you might not be aware are causing damage to your teeth. Of course, by now you are aware that endless sugar and snacking throughout the day is not good for your teeth, or body for that matter, we have included habits that you might not be aware of. Continue reading to see if you are guilty of any of these bad habits.

Preventing Poor Oral Health

If you own and drive a car, there are certain preventative measures that you take to ensure the longevity and proper maintenance of the vehicle. You put gas in the car so it can go, get oil changes, put air in the tires, get car washes to ensure it looks nice, and schedule routine maintenance to check on more complex parts. Maintaining good oral health should be no different. Teeth are something that you need for your entire life, so it should be a priority to make certain they remain healthy. Good oral hygiene is not only important for your oral health, but also for the overall health of your body.