How Diabetes Affects Oral Health

How Diabetes Affects Oral Health

Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with diabetes? It’s important to understand how this condition affects oral health. Diabetes is a disease that can cause damage to the eyes, nerves, kidneys, heart and other essential systems in the body. Many early diabetics...
Age and Dental Health

Age and Dental Health

As you grow older your teeth, gums and mouth also age. Here is how aging is related to oral health and how you can keep a healthy smile. Acid Erosion Like any machine, the more wear and tear you put on your body the less effectively it works! The biggest factor...
What Happens When Cavities Go Untreated

What Happens When Cavities Go Untreated

Cavities are a result of tooth decay and can become a painful nuisance. We always insist that our patients get their cavities filled as soon as they are discovered. A cavity can be compared to an infection. A result of tooth decay, cavities are composed of harmful...
The Truth About Gingivitis

The Truth About Gingivitis

Are you gums sore and red? Does your mouth bleed when you brush or floss your teeth? If you answered yes to these questions you probably have the mildest form of gum disease called gingivitis. Although gingivitis is common among many adults, it’s still a very...