Improving Oral Health for Veterans

  Smile, soldier! Veterans Day is on November 11th every year. It’s a great time to thank our Veterans for their service towards the country! This day gives veterans a rare opportunity to reflect on their services, family, and health-related issues. Veterans should take a day out from their busy schedule on Veteran’s Day, and in addition to reflecting on … Read More

Halloween is Here – The Do’s and Don’ts

  The Monsters of Halloween should not Get Your Teeth One of the main messages people get from dentists seems to be an annual warning about dental damage caused by Halloween candies and other holiday season sugary, high carb treats like cakes and pies. The truth is, being healthy and maintaining optimal oral health for kids isn’t about giving up … Read More

Your Teeth Will Love These Fall Treats

Fall is Coming, so Get Ready for some Healthy Treats Winter is officially here…and so is cold and flu season. Being sick can mean that keeping up your brushing and flossing routine is actually even more important! If you are sick, you may need to give your teeth some extra attention to make sure that they stay healthy even though … Read More

Good Dental Health Can Help Prevent Breast Cancer

  Breast Cancer and Dental Health? Gum disease has been linked to several general health chronic illnesses, including pneumonia, prostate cancer, stroke, heart disease, problem pregnancy, diabetes and breast cancer. These include smoking, alcohol use and others. The surprising fact is how your oral health has a connection to breast cancer. You may be 11 times more likely to develop … Read More

Let us Celebrate – National Dental Hygiene Month

  Although the healthy daily habits that lead to healthy teeth should be taught as soon as a child is old enough to do them on their own, adults should get into the habits recommended by this year’s National Dental Hygiene Month regardless of their age or the condition of their teeth. Good oral health is an important part overall … Read More