How Mouth Inflammation Can Directly Affect Your Overall Health

A whole new approach has been taken in the last decade concerning the link between your dental health and overall health. Many don't know the impact of having a healthy smile versus an unhealthy one that has disease or infection, ultimately leading to inflammation and health conditions. Known as the "gateway to the body," your mouth's health and care are... read more »

Could BOTOX® Help Your TMJ?

Have you been diagnosed with a TMJ, or a temporomandibular joint, disorder? Do you wake up with discomfort in your jaw that could be intense at times? If you are seeking relief from such discomfort, we are happy to announce that we may be able to help. We are thrilled to be able to offer BOTOX® to help improve is... read more »

Could You Get an Implant With a Tooth Extraction?

Were you told that one of your teeth needs to be extracted? Are you worried about what that could do to your smile? Many people can be self-conscious of their smile if they are left with a gap in their teeth. Depending on your dental health, there are a few different technologies we can utilize to help make it possible... read more »

Dental Bridges: Bringing Your Confidence Back

Does your smile have one or more of your teeth missing? Do you wish that your smile was whole again? If you said yes to either of these questions, you might want to consider a dental bridge restoration. If a dental bridge is properly maintained, the prosthetic can potentially last a lifetime. It can be important to your dental health... read more »

Probiotics for Oral Health

Probiotics are good bacteria that aid the body in maintaining a healthy balance of microflora. These good bacteria are known to enhance the immune system and help fight disease and infection in the digestive tract. Recent studies have shown that the benefits of these living microoragnisms extend far beyond improving the health of the gut. Promising research has been conducted... read more »

Battle of the Toothbrushes: Manual or Electric?

Ever since the gladiator days of the Roman Colosseum — and probably earlier — people have pitted two titans against each other to see which would emerge victorious. And so it is with toothbrushes. Which is better: manual toothbrushes or electric toothbrushes? Cochrane, a global independent network of researchers in London, reported that electric toothbrushes remove plaque 11 percent more... read more »