Protecting Your Smile with Cavity Prevention

Your oral health should be at the forefront of your health care. If your teeth and gums are damaged, the trickle-down effect will affect the rest of your health as well. One common condition that often arises within our teeth is known as a cavity. A cavity arises when dental erosion has fully worn down a tooth to the point... read more »

The Benefits of Water Flossing

Did you know that cleaning between your teeth is possible with a variety of other interdental tools beyond traditional dental floss? One of those tools that has been proven to be highly effective is called a water flossers. Water flossers work by spraying a beam of water directly at teeth to help wash away food particles, plaque buildup, and harmful... read more »