Diabetes And Oral Infections

Diabetics have trouble producing and controlling the insulin in their bodies, which means that the levels of sugar in their bloodstream cannot be used correctly. This condition can cause several problems, including damage to the white blood cells that promote healing and fight infections. Your mouth is especially vulnerable to several oral infections as a… Read more »

Care for Your Smile by Avoiding These Foods This Christmas

Did you know that there are Christmas foods that are both good and bad for your smile? Well, it’s true, and it’s very important that you identify these foods and do everything you can to care for your smile. The foods we suggest you look out for include: The Best Foods · Gingerbread: Gingerbread is… Read more »

How to Floss Properly

Flossing can be a tricky task, which is why we are here to help you learn how to floss properly! To successfully and completely clean your smile, please follow these five flossing steps: 1. Break off about 18 inches of floss from the floss container. Wind most of the floss around one of your middle… Read more »

Treating TMJ With Neuromuscular Dentistry

Do you suffer from jaw pain because of TMJ disorder? You no longer need to when you visit for neuromuscular dentistry. Through this service, we will find the rest position of your jaw so it can relax and no longer pop and lock when you chew. The rest position is the optimal position for your… Read more »

How Medications Can Affect Your Dental Health

There are many medications available to treat all sorts of ailments. However, these medications can have unpleasant side effects, especially in the mouth. Here are a few of the effects medication use can have on your dental and oral health. Xerostomia A reduced saliva flow may not seem that bad at first, but when you… Read more »