Chewing gum can be a quick way to fix bad breath or relieve stress. Check out our blog post to learn how to choose a gum that is safe for your teeth. Our friendly team is committed to helping you have excellent oral health. Contact us today for suggestions about other tooth-friendly foods and beverages!
We all know by now that smoking isn’t good for our health. When it comes to our oral health specifically, it can be harmful in more ways than just causing teeth to look yellow. Learn more about how smoking hurts teeth on our blog post!
We’re all probably tired of hearing about how bad sugar is for our health (and our teeth specifically). But have you ever stopped to think about how exactly sugar affects your oral health? On our blog post, we dive into the connection between the two! Read on to learn more.
A smile is a powerful thing. Smiling doesn’t just brighten up photos of you — it can have far-reaching effects on your mental health and your social interactions. Read our blog post to learn more facts about smiling and happiness!
Brushing your teeth twice a day is normal, but have you ever wondered if you should brush your pet’s teeth? Find out on our blog!
For children all over, Halloween is an exciting time. There are costumes, parties, and a seemingly endless supply of candy. However, for parents and dentists alike, Halloween can be a frightening holiday. We often see a rise in cavities, along with other dental emergencies, caused by Halloween activity. Dr. Molta and Dr. Moore often get … Continued
These days, everyone is talking about dental implants. It’s estimated that three million people have tooth implants, and that number is growing every year. With recent advances in dental technology, dental implants have swelled in popularity. What Are Dental Implants? A dental implant is the newest and most advanced way to replace a missing tooth. … Continued
As you age, your teeth naturally change color over time from wear and tear and can stain from the food you eat. Wine, coffee, berries, candy, and many other foods can affect the coloring of your teeth. Luckily, there are a variety of options out there to whiten your teeth. While we offer professional teeth … Continued
Ever wonder what it would have been like to get a cavity treated in the Middle Ages? Not pretty, that’s for sure. Just think about it: hundreds of years ago, if a tooth was painful or infected, a patient had little choice but to let a local craftsman pull it out. Even though dentistry has … Continued
We know it’s important to regularly visit the dentist to make sure our teeth and gums stay healthy; after all, oral health and overall wellness go hand in hand. So what about when it comes to cosmetic dental care? It might not seem as important since it’s a field of dentistry focused more on appearances, … Continued