Your teeth, gums and surrounding tissues have plenty to say. And they are talking about your overall health. Dental warning signs are sometimes symptoms of another problem. It is important to not only address the symptom but also the cause. … Continue reading
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month – a great time to educate children on the benefits of good oral health. But more importantly, it is a great opportunity to provide a fun and positive experience to reinforce making healthy … Continue reading
A great article appeared in the Wall Street Journal yesterday: http://online.wsj.com/article/health_journal.html. It’s great to see they realize the importance of a healthy mouth!
Probably, if you have a job, a family, or well, a pulse! If you feel as if you’re running on empty more days than not this holiday season, check out these instant energy boosters according to Real Simple magazine: Get … Continue reading
Here, you will find short stories and snippets on community events we sponsor or support, tips on making a child’s visit to the dentist a success, great uses for an old toothbrush, and advice for keeping your mouth and body … Continue reading
When do you know it is time for a second opinion when you visit the dentist? 1. Your dental office doesn’t take a full medical history when getting to know you. Better yet, does your dentist read it? On the … Continue reading