Month: April 2017

Are You Brushing Correctly? Or Just Almost?

If you brush your teeth as we recommend, you can expect good things for your oral health. However, if your dental hygiene is close but not quite right, you may end up finding yourself in a pickle! As in, you might deal with tooth decay, gingivitis, and other problems that develop when you do not… Read more »

It’s Spring: What Does Your Smile Need?

Now that it’s spring, what types of plans do you have for your smile? If you answered, “Well, none…” then we have some helpful suggestions that might help you get the ball rolling. Did you realize it may be time for your preventive care with us? Is there something you’ve been hoping to accomplish with… Read more »

Managing GERD: Who, What, Where, When, Why?

Whether you most certainly have GERD, you think you might, or you’ve just heard about it and the symptoms seem quite familiar to you, it’s something you should know about. It’s also something you should treat if it happens to you. Here’s the breakdown: GERD is short for gastroesophageal reflux disease, which means the muscles… Read more »

Cavities: Avoid These 3 Approaches

When you know that you have a cavity, you may take one of several potential approaches. Of course, there’s only one correct approach (from our perspective), which is to schedule a dental filling and to receive it as soon as possible. However, we know that many patients take those other ineffective routes sometimes without recognizing… Read more »