Tooth decay is a common problem for many adults. Without regular brushing, flossing, watching your diet, and proper oral hygiene, anyone can suffer from tooth decay. But tooth decay is not exclusively a problem that adults have to deal with but is often an issue for children and toddlers. As a matter of fact, it […]Continue reading..
The Corona Virus (or COVID-19) has had an impact on many spheres of life and has also affected how we function as a dental practice. As of the recent announcement made by the Government, dentist offices are fully allowed to provide patients with any dental treatments they may need, meaning that if you need any […]Continue reading..
The first thing most people think about when they hear the term “dental health” is their teeth; keeping them clean and plaque-free, avoiding cavities, etc. But a major part of having good dental hygiene is taking good care of your gums. The well-being of your gums affects your overall health as well as the health […]Continue reading..
Bacteria are the most common life form on Earth (if you exclude viruses as living organisms). They are single-cell organisms and they are everywhere. For example, bacteria outweigh all of the plants and animals put together. They’re in our soil, air and water. Bacteria are also able to survive and thrive in very tough environments […]Continue reading..
Being in pain due to bad teeth or jaw issues while you go about your daily activities can cause a lot of stress. That stress can aggravate conditions like TMJ disorder even more, causing even more damage to your oral health and overall health. You can’t chew your food properly if you have bad teeth, […]Continue reading..