Blog Articles

Why and When You Should Have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

If pain, infection, and bleeding at the back of your mouth sound unappealing, you may want to consider wisdom tooth removal well before any problems start. How important the extraction is for you and your ideal timing depends on a few factors.

Mar 13th, 2020
Why Technology Matters in Your Dental Health

Technology continues to change the face of dentistry. Discover how the latest innovations, from high-tech X-rays to lasers that detect cavities and whiten your teeth, help ease the stress of visiting the dentist.

Feb 4th, 2020
Those Chronic Headaches Could Be Linked to TMJ

Headaches are a pain no matter what time of day you experience them, but if you find yourself having headaches when you wake up, you could have a condition known as TMJ Disorder. Learn more about what this is and what you can do about it.

Jan 13th, 2020
Chronic Bad Breath? It Could Be a Sign of Periodontal Disease

Bad breath is common, yet embarrassing. It’s not always a sign of a more serious condition, and you may just need to improve your dental hygiene, but if it’s recurring problem, the cause may be periodontal disease. Find out the symptoms of periodontal dise

Dec 5th, 2019
Straight Teeth Are Healthy Teeth: Why Alignment Matters

When your teeth are crooked or your bite is out of balance, your smile and self-confidence suffer — as does your dental health. Straightening your teeth makes you more attractive and prevents decay, damage, and pain caused by misaligned teeth.

Nov 1st, 2019
Laser Dentistry: Little to No Pain and Lots of Gain

Do you avoid the dentist like the plague? We get it. Thankfully, laser dentistry can provide treatment with little to no pain. Sounds like a win-win. Keep reading to discover more about this innovative technology.

Aug 2nd, 2019
The Dangers of Untreated Gum Disease

Gum disease can go from bad to worse very quickly if it’s not treated, leaving you with long-lasting complications that range from tooth loss to potentially contributing to dementia.

Jul 12th, 2019
What your Sleep Dentist Sees

One of the first things I see that alerts me that my patient may have Sleep Apnea is Bruxism. This may or may not be related to Sleep Apnea. But there are other signs besides signs of teeth grinding and clenching. See the below.

Feb 3rd, 2016
Benefits of Laser Surgery: A Myth?

People tend to want magic. Some verbal command, or a magic wand that can make everything better. We grow up hearing of fairy tales but eventually grow out of it...or not.

Jan 5th, 2016
Bruxism and Pain after Dental Treatment

When you grind and clench your teeth, you're essentially eating away on your own teeth. Along with that, the dental materials in your mouth just won't last as long.

May 13th, 2015
Night-time and Bad Breath

At night, generally, we have our mouths clamped shut. This reduces saliva flow up to 10 times than during the day...

Jun 11th, 2013
Things in Your Body Which Love Acidity

First, let's go over things that can cause acidity in your body. I listed some common things which all of us know whether we are health practitioners or not.

Jun 11th, 2013
Take-Home Whitening

This is a good way to whiten teeth if you are okay with wearing plastic trays with bleaching gel in it varying from 30mins - 8hours a day consistently for 5-10 days.

Apr 14th, 2013
In-Office Laser vs Gel Whitening

What is the hype about Laser whitening? Is it really that much better than the gel whitening? Even if the gel is the in-office kind?

Apr 14th, 2013
Over-the-Counter Whitening

Some research shows Over-the-Counter Whitening gives similar results as the Take-Home type you get from the Dentist.

Apr 14th, 2013
Whitening for Worn Down Teeth

I personally have sensitive spots due to tooth wear on my back teeth. These are spots where the outer protective layer, enamel, has been worn down...

Apr 14th, 2013
Brushing, Flossing and the Secret to Oral Health

"I know I have to, but it's too much work." "But I brush really well every day, 3 times a day. So do I have to?" "Yes I floss! I floss when food gets stuck in between, only." "I can't get to my back teeth so I don't floss those."

Mar 2nd, 2012