Fluoride Helps Fight Cavities

Fluoride helps make teeth stronger and can stop early stage tooth decay.  Although eating a balanced diet and drinking lots of water is beneficial, it does not guarantee that your child is getting the proper amount of fluoride needed for dental development and maintenance.  Want to know more?  Ask us today about your child’s specific Read More …

An Ode to Your Orthodontics

Food and plaque can easily get trapped In the tiny spaces around your braces. So take care of your grill by brushing after every meal And using floss at least once per day. A little effort now is definitely worth your while Because you only have One Life, One Smile! #NCDHM

Oral Care Affects Heart Health

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the US, taking more than 1 million lives every year. According to a 2016 study, gum disease increases your risk for a heart attack by 28%. Researchers believe that inflammation caused by periodontal disease may be responsible for the connection. Regular healthy Read More …

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work!

On Wednesday, February 15th, the team participated in Perkins’ annual meeting with coach, trainer, and consultant, Pauline George. We have worked with Pauline for many years to help build a more cohesive, value-driven dental care team. Pauline filled our day with education, insight, and facilitated open discussion based on our individual work styles and needs.

February is Children’s Dental Health Month!

Great oral health can last a lifetime, so help your child develop good habits at an early age: Dental care should begin when the first tooth is visible Eating and drinking habits are the key to a healthy mouth Brushing and flossing are still the best way to fight plaque Regular dental check ups can Read More …