Smoking and your teeth

According to the Centers for Disease Control, there are 36 million smokers in the U.S. While that number is declining, it is still about 15% of the population that is at risk for dental issues from smoking. Some of the common issues smokers face are increased plaque and bacteria, discoloration, baRead More >>

Valentine’s Day and your teeth

To celebrate the upcoming holiday, here are a few fun fact as well as a few tips for taking care of your teeth while enjoying the holiday's sweet treats. 40 million: The number of heart-shaped boxes of chocolate that will be sold for Valentine’s Day. 1861: The year the first heart-shapRead More >>

What are dental implants?

If you have lost a tooth or teeth due to peridontal disease, an injury or for some reason, a dental implant might be an alternative to traditional dentures for you. An alternative to traditional dentures, a dental implant is an artificial tooth root this surgically placed into the jawbone. Over tiRead More >>