What Causes Gums to Recede?

If your teeth appear longer than they once were, check out our blog post to discover 7 potential reasons for your receding gums, from gum disease to genetics. Come visit us every 6 months for a dental checkup so we can make sure your gums are healthy!

At What Age Can Kids Eat Halloween Candy?

Read our blog post to discover how old children should be before eating candy. We also suggest a few healthy Halloween treats as candy alternatives. Contact us for additional ways to protect your child’s oral health from spooky dental conditions, such as decay and gum disease!

How to Build Strong Teeth with Diet

Read our blog post to discover how to promote healthy and strong teeth with water, fruits, vegetables, and foods high in calcium and vitamin D. Our team can give you additional cavity-prevention and teeth-strengthening tips. Contact us today!

How Diabetes Affects Your Teeth

Read our blog post to learn about type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, and prediabetes. We explain what they are, their signs and symptoms, and how they negatively affect your teeth. We also discuss how to improve your oral health and avoid the dental issues associated with diabetes. Schedule your next checkup to be sure your smile is healthy!

Are My Teeth Alive?

It’s alive! Or is it? Read our blog post to discover the truth behind your tooth’s biology. We give an overview of your tooth’s anatomy and explain why a tooth might require our restorative dentistry services. Contact us to learn more about how to care for your dental health.

3 Summer Treats That Won’t Harm Your Smile

What time is it? Summertime! Check out our blog post to discover 3 treats we recommend reaching for when your daily ice cream craving hits. Our team is committed to helping you have a healthy mouth; that means helping you know which foods are good for your teeth. Contact us for more oral health tips or to schedule your next checkup.

How Did People Clean Their Teeth Before the Invention of Toothpaste?

If you’ve wondered how your ancestors kept their teeth clean before Colgate and Crest came along, check out our blog post! Learn about the history of toothpaste and some of the strange ingredients used over the years. Be sure to utilize modern-day dental tools and technology by brushing your teeth twice a day for 2 minutes each time with a fluoride toothpaste and coming to see us for checkups every 6 months.