Oral Hygiene Tips
To maintain a beautiful smile and optimal gum health, it’s essential that you visit the dentist regularly and prioritize your oral health!
Through professional check-ups, your dentist can detect early signs of oral health problems, so we can determine a treatment plan to prevent further damage, and in some cases, reverse the problem.
Professional cleanings are also important for preventing oral problems, especially when self-care is difficult.
How to Store Your Toothbrush
Many people don’t pay enough attention to their toothbrush, but your toothbrush deserves your respect! After all, it keeps your teeth clean, your gums healthy …
COVID, Smoking, and Gum Disease
During the COVID crisis, it’s critical that smokers take steps toward kicking this habit to prevent gum disease, tooth loss and more! Here’s why.
How Often Should I See A Periodontist?
Periodontal disease is a chronic disease that can’t be cured, but can be controlled.
3 Surprising Foods for Healthy Gums
Here are 3 surprising foods which fight periodontal diseases by killing the harmful bacteria which cause them.
What to Expect After a Deep Cleaning
Deep cleaning, also known as scaling or root planing, is one of the most common procedures we conduct to treat periodontal disease.
Is Gum Disease Reversible?
Gum disease, also referred to as periodontal disease or periodontitis, is ultimately an infection of the gums.