5 Hacks to Get Kids to Brush Teeth

When your kids take more ownership over their own dental hygiene and brush their teeth without complaint, the evening and morning routines run much smoother. Read our blog for some ideas that can help make this happen.

Back to School in Style with Healthy Teeth

School’s starting up, and your child has a whole new wardrobe to get them started in style. What goes better with brand-new back-to-school clothes than a sparkling smile? Read our blog post for some dental tips to keep your kid’s oral health on track this fall.

Gum Health 101

Read our blog post to discover what causes gum disease and how you can improve your gum health. Contact our friendly team for additional tips to have superb oral health.

What Type of Braces Is Right for Me?

An attractive smile is an important part of first impressions and our self-confidence. Research shows that people with attractive smiles are generally considered to be friendly, confident, and achievers both in their professional and social life. Read our blog post to learn about some of the different types of braces available to help you decide which one is best for you.

Does Root Canal Treatment Hurt?

Dental pain is often considered one of the worst for humans to endure. Anyone who has ever had an infected or abscessed tooth understands firsthand severe toothaches that can keep you awake at night. In such a situation, the tooth may need a root canal treatment to relieve the pain. Read our blog post to learn about root canal treatment, including a look at if the treatment hurts and how you can avoid a root canal.

How to Handle a Dental Emergency

If you think you’re having a dental emergency, don’t worry. We are experts in how to handle every situation that might happen to your teeth, even if it’s unexpected. If this happens to you, it may cause feelings of stress and panic. Read our blog post where we give you a step-by-step guide for what to do.

At What Age Can Kids Start Orthodontic Treatment?

Orthodontic treatment is a big moment for the whole family. For your child, it means they’ll be adjusting to living with braces for the next year or more. And for you it means a major financial responsibility. Read our blog post to learn when you should start thinking about braces for your child.