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The month of February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. Dedicated dental professionals and healthcare providers come together to educate children and their parents on the role of good oral hygiene for long-term health. Coincidentally this month the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)...

Restorative dental options have come a long way since the days of George Washington and the mythical wooden teeth. Today there are a number of reasons why a person may lose a tooth. From gum disease to tooth decay, injury, aging, or genetic conditions, over...

Two minutes twice per day. Four minutes total. Just 4 minutes a day that consists of 1,440 minutes is all it takes to establish a regular dental health routine. More than fresh breath, regular brushing removes harmful bacteria that cause plaque build-up which can lead...

In our continuing series on the impact of dental health to systemic diseases, this month we are discussing the direct link between periodontal disease and diabetes. It is well-documented within scientific and medical communities that a committed dental care routine can positively affect glycemic control....

Fall is here, and Winter is shortly approaching. We welcome the beauty of autumn-colored leaves and coolness of freshly fallen. But there is another season lurking around; one we try to avoid – cold and flu season.  Starting in November, cold and flu season can...

Toothpaste is an integral part of any dental care routine. Purchasing toothpaste should be an easy process. With many major retail stores carrying up to 8-feet of shelving filled with a plethora of product choices, we can feel overwhelmed about what to buy. In a...

  As a dentist, I am dependent on my dental hygienists. They are integral in running a practice that is committed to providing the highest quality care for our patients. The dental hygienist is often the first person you see after sitting in the exam chair....

  Talking about oral cancer is not easy. Yet, we must. Oral cancer is on the rise. This year, about 51,540 Americans will be diagnosed with oral cavity or oropharyngeal cancer. Often found in stages 3 or 4, it affects even young individuals, both male and...

Often, we may know the answer to a question, but we are hoping for a different response. We seek a reply that aligns with what we want versus what we know is best. With dental care, we know it is recommended to have our teeth...