5 Ways You Can Treat Bleeding Gums

Bleeding gums can be tricky. While they are a common outcome of having gum disease, it is definitely not normal for your gums to bleed! You can avoid having problems with your gums and gum disease by brushing and flossing every day to remove harmful plaque and tartar. These tend to irritate sensitive gum tissue with their build-up of harmful... read more »

What’s Causing Your Bad Breath, and How Can You Treat It?

Do you struggle with chronic bad breath? Many people do, whether from their dietary habits, poor oral hygiene care or even untreated medical conditions like periodontal disease or a tooth infection. The American Dental Association estimates that at least half of adults experience halitosis at least once in their lives, and can even be accompanied by an unpleasant taste. Some... read more »

The Why’s of Brushing and Flossing

Have you ever wondered why you are told to brush and floss every day? Here some basic functions of oral hygiene, and why they help your mouth health. Brush and Floss: We have heard the advice of our dentist since we were children—brush twice a day, floss once a day—but some individuals still struggle. Let’s review: brush your teeth twice... read more »

Getting Used to Your Dentures

Many people are under the impression that dentures are for senior citizens. The truth is that adults of all ages may be missing one or more teeth, or they may have some teeth that need to be replaced. You may be surprised to learn that many younger adults have successfully boosted their smile with full or partial dentures. No matter... read more »