Vaping And Oral Health

Vaping or using e-cigarettes is typically perceived as a safer alternative to traditional tobacco products. Learn more about the negative impacts that smoking e-cigarettes can have on your oral health.

Teeth Grinding And How Your Dentist Can Help

Teeth grinding, or bruxism, is a common chronic dental issue that involves jaw clenching and grinding the teeth. Learn more about how your dentist can help with bruxism.

Strengthen Your Child’s Teeth With Sealants

If you’re a parent, then you know just how important it is that your child brushes and flosses regularly to prevent tooth decay and cavities. Learn more about how sealants can help strengthen your child's teeth.

Sending Your College Student Back To School With A Bright Smile

If you have a college-aged child, you know just how hectic back-to-school preparation and packing can be. Learn more about how to equip your student with the proper tools and habits to keep his or her teeth healthy and bright while away from home.

The Dangers Of Dry Mouth

Dry mouth, also known as xerostomia, is an oral health problem. Learn more about the common causes of dry mouth and simple ways you can improve saliva production.

Mouth Sores? Your Dentist Can Help

If you’ve ever had a mouth sore, you know just how painful it can be. Learn more about different types of oral wounds — including canker sores, cold sores and leukoplakia — and how your dentist can help you treat them.

Stop Smoking And Improve Your Oral Health

It's no secret that smoking cigarettes — or using any form of tobacco — is bad for your health. Learn more about the consequences of smoking for your oral health, smoking and oral cancer and how to step up your oral hygiene.

Gingivitis: Early Signs And How To Manage It

Gingivitis is a common, chronic inflammatory disease in the mouth, and the mildest form of gum disease. Learn more about the early signs of gingivitis and how to prevent and treat gingivitis.

Common Causes Of Gum Recession

When gums recede, it exposes the roots and makes them more susceptible to disease or trauma. It may also cause sensitivity to hot and cold foods. Learn more about common signs of receding gums, causes and what you can do to treat it.

Overcoming Your Fear Of The Dentist

If you suffer from dental anxiety, you’re not alone. But don’t let fear of the dentist prevent you from getting the treatment your teeth needs and deserves this year. Learn about simple ways to overcome your fear of the dentist.

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