5 Ways To Take Good Care of Your Smile During the Summer Months

Summer is a time for fun, sun, and plenty of outdoor activities. However, it’s also a time when people tend to neglect their oral health with all the distractions, like barbecues, ice cream treats and chilled sugary drinks to stay cool, so it’s all too easy to forget about taking care of your teeth and… Read more »


Oral Cancer Awareness Month Is a Great Time To Get Your Oral Cancer Screening

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, and it is the perfect time to bring attention to the dangers of oral cancer and the importance of having routine cancer screenings done. Oral cancer is one kind of cancer you can get in the mouth, throat, tongue or lips, and if left undetected, can be life-threatening. The… Read more »


Celebrate March’s Dental Holidays With Us!

March is a busy month in the dental community. With National Dentist’s Day on March 6 and Dental Assistants Recognition Week from March 5th to March 11th, we would like to give a huge shoutout to our team and thank them for all their hard work every day! Our dental family loves helping your family’s… Read more »


Your Gum Health Is As Important as Your Teeth for a Healthy Mouth and Body

Embrace the Heart of Your Smile: Celebrating Gum Health In the heart of February, amidst the warmth of love-filled celebrations, lies a lesser-known yet equally important observance: Gum Disease Awareness Month. It’s a timely nudge to cherish and protect the unsung heroes of our smiles—our gums. Beyond their role in flashing a charming smile, healthy… Read more »


This New Year, Resolving To Limit Alcohol Intake Can Boost Your Oral Health All Year Round!

January 1st is the beginning of healthy resolutions for many people. And while ringing in the new year with alcohol is often traditional, it’s also no surprise that it is commonly referred to as National Hangover Day after all those New Year’s Eve toasts. While alcohol consumption can make an occasion more festive and enjoyable,… Read more »


This Holiday Season, Why Not Give the Gift of a Healthy, More Beautiful Smile?

This holiday season, why not celebrate healthy smiles for yourself and your loved ones? Flashing a healthy smile can bring joy to loved ones and strangers alike, boost your self-confidence, and brighten your mood, as well as those you share your smile with. Our wish this holiday season is to help you experience the joys… Read more »


This American Diabetes Month, We Have Some Tips To Protect Your Teeth and Gums! 

November isn’t just Thanksgiving: It’s also National Diabetes Month. This disease affects around 37 million Americans, including adults and young people. Oral health is closely linked to health issues, including diabetes, and vice versa. Along with your primary care doctor and other specialists, your health care team should also include your dentist!     People with diabetes… Read more »


National Dental Hygiene Month Is This October and Our Dental Hygienists Have Some Fang-tastic Tips!

A healthy, appealing smile starts with a clean mouth. October is National Dental Hygiene Month, where we honor our hard-working, dedicated dental hygienists and the care they provide to protect your smile! Their goal is simple: helping you achieve greater oral health by helping you keep away cavities and gum disease. A Dental Hygienist’s Typical… Read more »


September Is National Gum Care Month and Is a Great Time To Evaluate Your Gum Health!

September is National Gum Care Month, and we’re excited to share with you some tips to keep your smile healthy and strong. Most people think of tooth loss as a result of tooth decay, but did you know that losing teeth is often a result of gum disease? Turns out brushing and flossing daily and… Read more »


8 Tips To Help You Feel Calm and Relaxed at Your Next Dental Appointment

Do you put off routine dental care or much-needed dental work because of anxiety? Anxiety is how your body reacts to what you perceive to be stressful or unfamiliar situations. So that sense of distress or dread you have before an event manifests itself as anxiety. While a bit of anxiety can be useful, keeping… Read more »