Category Archives: Oral Health

Bad teeth can make us sick, in more ways than one

Whether you know it or not, when you make a commitment to taking good care of your teeth, your efforts can improve your overall health at the same time. That’s because poor oral care has been shown to put us at risk for serious health problems, including: • Heart disease • Diabetes • Oral cancer…

Should you skip dental visits when you’re pregnant?

The answer is a resounding, no! In fact, The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends that an oral examination be included in a woman’s first prenatal visit. The ACOG also recommends that medical caregivers advise all expectant mothers to see their dentists. That’s because oral health is considered an important component of a…

Extra tips for having healthy teeth and gums

You may think you have your oral care routine nailed: brush twice daily, floss at least once a day, swish with an anti-bacterial mouthwash every day. And, of course, see your dentist regularly for and exam and professional cleaning. Check! But there are a few things you should be doing (or not doing) that can…

Please stop doing these things to your teeth

Your dentist is always encouraging us to have good oral care habits so our teeth and gums can be healthy throughout our lives. But we all have other things we might be doing all the time that aren’t so good for our teeth. Here are some of those habits, ones your dentist would like you…

Dental Anxiety

What a difference a few centuries make

Today’s modern dental visit can be part tooth care and part exciting, stylish makeover. What with teeth whitening, implants, invisible braces, and even Botox, we’re not only able to take care of our teeth, but we’re also able to enhance our appearance. But not everyone is happy at the prospect of going to the dentist.…


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