The Connection Between Your Oral Health & Overall Health

The Connection Between Your Oral Health & Overall Health

You may not know it, but there is a significant connection between your mouth and your overall health. During your dental checkup, your dentist will not only be looking for signs of tooth decay, gum disease, and other dental issues, but also early indicators of...
11 Tips on How to Keep Your Teeth Healthy While Traveling

11 Tips on How to Keep Your Teeth Healthy While Traveling

One thing that warm summer months often mean is more traveling. Nothing beats being able to take some time away to explore, recharge, and disconnect from your normal daily life. But, one routine you should try not to fall out of during this time is properly taking...
The Best Actions to Take If You Knock Out a Tooth

The Best Actions to Take If You Knock Out a Tooth

There’s no dancing around it, in most cases, knocking out a tooth can be a frightening and painful experience. If this happens to you, you are not alone. According to the American Association of Endodontics, over five million teeth are knocked out every year in...
What Causes a Toothache? 5 Triggers & What You Can Do About It

What Causes a Toothache? 5 Triggers & What You Can Do About It

Toothache pain, whether it’s from around or within a tooth, can be uncomfortable to downright unbearable. Your teeth have an inner pulp that is a soft material that is filled with tissues, nerves, and blood vessels. These nerves are some of the most sensitive in your...
7 Tips on How to Improve Gum Health (and Why It’s So Important)

7 Tips on How to Improve Gum Health (and Why It’s So Important)

You may have noticed that while you were having your last teeth cleaning and dental examination done, a number was allocated to each of your teeth. This number, between 1 and 7, is known as periodontal checking and is the measurement of how deep the gum pocket of the...
25 Interesting Facts About Your Teeth

25 Interesting Facts About Your Teeth

From the time children get their first tooth, they should be taught the basics about teeth, especially their structure and their care. Adults continue the effort to protect their teeth for a lifetime and keep dental problems to a minimum. More than likely, you know...