Celebrate World Oral Health Day!

World Oral Health Day is coming up on March 20th! World Health Oral Day is all about celebrating healthy mouths and raising awareness of the importance of oral health! The World Dental Federation tells us this day is so important because about 90% of the entire world’s population in their lifetime will have an oral […]

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month!

The American Dental Association recognizes the month of February as children’s dental health month. The tradition started in 1941, when children’s health advocates dedicated a one-day event in Cleveland and a week-long event in Akron to children’s dental health. The ADA declared February 8, 1949 as Children’s Dental Health Day, which grew into a month-long […]

Why Preventive Care is So Important for Keeping Your Natural Teeth

If you have ever wondered why preventive care is so important in dentistry, consider that 5 to 10 minutes of your time each day could prevent tooth decay, tooth loss, bone loss, and several other serious dental problems. To keep your natural teeth healthy for as long as possible, it’s important to establish and stick […]

How to Care for Your Pooch’s Teeth

Most dogs don’t like having their teeth brushed. In fact, some dogs will resist having their teeth brushed so much that only a vet will be able to do it. Fortunately for some, a little training and kindness is all that’s needed to get your dog to be obedient with getting their canines cleaned. There […]

History of Fillings

Fillings are one of the most common procedures that a dentist has to perform – and they’ve been done for thousands of years. Needless to say, dentists have improved the way we do fillings quite a bit over the centuries. Ancient Dental Fillings Fillings have been used for thousands of years. Recent archaeological discoveries include […]

Resolutions for Better Oral Health in 2016

Everyone needs New Year’s resolutions to improve their health and well-being at the beginning of the year. Maybe this year you want to eat more “clean” foods, or hit the gym more than before! These are great intentions, but sometimes dental and oral hygiene is forgotten when people make their New Year’s resolutions. So why […]

Ways to Handle Different Dental Emergencies

If you take proper care of your teeth and you keep up with visiting the dentist regularly, you may think you will never have to worry about a dental emergency. Unfortunately, some dental emergencies cannot be prevented or happen unexpectedly. If keeping your teeth healthy and strong is one of your top priorities, you may […]