Month: June 2018

Should I Visit The Dentist While I’m Pregnant?

Because oral health is directly linked to overall health, the American Dental Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists all recommend that women continue to get dental care while pregnant. Maintaining routine dental checkups and cleanings at least twice a year or once every six months is important for… Read more »

Can My Dentist Help Me Get Whiter Teeth?

When you are looking to get a brighter, whiter smile, you will find a lot of options for teeth-whitening products at your local grocery store or pharmacy. When you have access to so many whitening products, you may wonder if you should even ask your dentist about whitening your teeth. First, it is important to… Read more »

The Effects Of A Dry Mouth

Saliva is your body’s natural mouthwash and rinsing agent. It keeps bacteria flowing away from your mouth and it keeps your mouth moisturized for important functions. Dry mouth can happen from time to time to everyone. You may even wake up every morning feeling a bit parched, which is because your body slows your saliva… Read more »

Sealants: Providing Extra Smile Protection

A parent will often tell you that their number one priority is protecting their children. Protecting your child’s smile can be done by teaching your child good oral health habits that they can carry with them throughout their life. Routine dental visits are part of the good oral health habits; routine visits allow for any… Read more »