• What To Do If A Filling Falls Out or A Tooth Breaks & You Can't Get To Your Dentist
    April is National Facial Protection Month. Usually, we'd focus on things like mouthguards for sports, but with dental offices shut down for all but dental emergencies by order of the Read more
  • Mom & Pop Business Day
    March 29th is "Mom & Pop Business Day". Why would that be important to a dental office? Well, most dental offices are still what could be considered "Mom & Pop Read more
  • How Sealants Can Protect Your Child's Smile
    Although flossing and brushing can eliminate some plaque and stuck food particles from your tooth surfaces, they can’t always completely clean those deeper and smaller crevices in the back teeth. Read more
  • Maintaining Your Dental Health in These Times
    These days it seems the coronavirus is affecting all areas of our life and that includes our dental health. With all dental offices unable to see patients, other than dental Read more
  • Dentist's Day: March 6th
    Did you know March 6th is Dentist's Day? I didn't either until I saw it come up on an app that lists various lesser-known celebrations. So, in honor of Dentist's Read more
  • VIP Preventive Program
    Did you know we have an in house program that will save you $100.00 or more on your dental care? The enrollment fee includes the two exams, two cleanings* and Read more
  • Your Child's Baby Teeth Are Important!
    National Tooth Fairy Day seems a fitting way to end February's National Children’s Dental Health Month. Traditionally, the tooth fairy takes your child's baby teeth and leaves something in return. Read more
  • Your Mouth Sugars, and Artificial Sweeteners
    A ‘sweet tooth’ is present in humans from birth.  We don’t really know why this is. Sweet foods are not essential to your health. Often empty calories from sweet foods Read more
  • One Dentist for the Whole Family
    You probably know how difficult scheduling dental appointments for every family member is, especially if you have children at various stages of growth. Finding and going to the right family Read more
  • Toothache Day
    Believe it or not, February 9th is "Toothache Day"! What causes a toothache? Is there a way to keep from having toothaches? All good questions! In most cases, your tooth will Read more
  • Keeping Your Child's Teeth Healthy in Children's Dental Health Month and Beyond
    February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. We do have some supplies available for doing group screenings for children. Contact the office to make arrangements.   Parents play a significant role in Read more
  • Dental Drill Appreciation Day (January 26th)
    Yes, believe it or not, there is a Dental Drill Appreciation Day. It's on January 26th. Now, you might be wondering who, other than dentists, would appreciate a dental drill. Read more
  • Chronic Inflammation: How It Affects You
    This article on Chronic Low-Grade Inflammation in AARP is one of the easiest to understand that I've found. https://www.aarp.org/health/conditions-treatments/info-2019/lowering-inflammation-to-improve-health.html The article explains how chronic low grade inflammation affects your body by attacking Read more
  • Can Nutrition Help Your Dental Health?
    Unfortunately, there’s no easy answer to whether nutrition will improve your dental condition. Everyone’s body is unique, and we all react differently. However, if you have persistent problems, it might Read more
  • Why Do Dentists Take Dental X-Rays?
    Though we call them x-rays, the proper term is dental radiographs. X-rays are the energy the machine puts out to create the image (dental radiograph). For the purposes of this Read more
  • Resolutions and Habits
    In a few days, we’ll be wishing each other “Happy New Year!”! For most of us, the New Year signals a time to make resolutions for the months ahead.  We Read more