Dental emergencies are stressful. No one wants to experience one, but if you get treatment quickly, you can avoid more serious, long-term issues. Read our blog post for a look at the most common dental emergencies and what you can do to prevent them.
Have you noticed some bleeding in your gums? Check out our blog post where we explore some things you can do to prevent bleeding gums.
Your teeth are very strong, but they can still break, crack, or fall out. Things like decay or dental trauma can damage your teeth and make repairs (or replacement) necessary. Read our blog post for solutions to broken, cracked, or missing teeth.
If you’re considering professional teeth whitening, you’ve probably encountered a slew of information about it online, a lot of which contains myths about whitening treatments. In this blog post, we’re setting the record straight so you can decide if whitening treatment is truly right for you.
All teeth can decay, but molars are harder to clean because they’re far back in your mouth. They also have grooves that trap cavity-causing bacteria. While it’s still important to brush and floss well, dental sealants make it much easier. Read our blog post to learn about the benefits of dental sealants.