Importance of Good Oral Health

Although seemingly unrelated, disorders of oral health often correlate with broader health disorders of the cardiovascular, repository, endocrine, and reproductive systems. In the United States, only 8% of adults between the ages of 20-64 were entirely free of...

Dentist Can Help Smokers With Their Oral Health

Smoking is one habit that causes people to see a dentist more often than non-smokers. Smoking causes tartar and plaque to build up and discolored teeth, so smokers might want to see a dentist regularly for teeth cleanings and advise on how to keep their pearly whites...

Healthy Dental Habits

Oral hygiene becomes even more important as we age. While many people seem to think tooth loss is an inevitable part of aging, practicing healthy habits can help prevent this. Regular dentist visits are one of the best ways to keep your teeth and gums healthy as you...

ADA Shows Benefits of Water Fluoridation

The American Dental Association has recently provided five reasons why fluoride in the nation’s water supply is good for communities. These reasons are: 1. Prevention of tooth decay. A simple and effective way to prevent tooth decay, which is one of the most...

Your Diet and Healthy Gums and Teeth

Water plays an integral role in physical and mental health, but did you know it is good for your oral health too? According to the American Dental Association, fluoride, now available in 75% of the American water supply, makes teeth more resistant to the acidic...