A Few Minutes a Day Helps Keep the Drill Away!

Although there has been some recent debate on the benefits of cleaning between your teeth, flossing is an essential part of keeping your teeth and gums healthy. The American Dental Association recommends cleaning between teeth once per day.  In an August 2016 statement The US Department of Health and Human Services said flossing “is an Read More …

Do You Suffer from Dry Mouth?

Dry mouth, or Xerostomia, results from inadequate flow of saliva.  Saliva helps protect against tooth decay by washing away food and other debris and neutralizing acids produced by bacteria in your mouth.  Dry mouth is not a disease but a symptom or a medical disorder or a side effect of certain medications.  Left untreated, dry Read More …

Protect Your Investment!

We assist you in keeping your natural teeth for a lifetime. However, it’s up to you to protect your investment!   A healthy smile begins with a solid foundation. The easiest way to strengthen the gums and bones supporting your teeth is to brush twice daily.  Just 2 minutes, 2 times daily helps remove plaque and bacteria Read More …

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 …