How to Deal With Dental Problems in a Foreign Country

You are enjoying the sites of an exotic place far from home when your tooth starts to hurt. You think it will go away, but it just gets worse. You realize that you have a dental problem in a foreign country. You can’t wait until you get home to fix... Read more »

5 Ways to Keep You Teeth Healthy in 2015

  Eat a well-balanced diet. It can be easy to resort to fast food, soda, and unhealthy snacks. However, these fast food eating habits can have a negative impact on your oral health. Try choosing foods without processed sugars and starches, and select healthy options like fruits and vegetables as... Read more »

Mint Toothpaste

Have you ever noticed that just about every toothpaste you find at the store is mint flavored? From peppermint and spearmint to Mint Chocolate Trek, Vanilla Mint Spark, and Lime Spearmint Zest; the thing that nearly all toothpaste has in common is mint. Humans can distinguish hundreds of different flavors,... Read more »

Freshen Your Breath

Bad breath can ruin a date, cause co-workers to avoid you, and generally be an unwelcomed nuisance. Here are some ways that you can tackle your bad breath and start down the road to minty freshness. Avoid Garlic and Onions: Foods like garlic and onions can be smelled on the... Read more »

Halloween Candy

October is National Dental Hygiene Month, but it is also Halloween season as well. As a general rule, eating candy on a regular basis (especially for children wearing braces), but we realize it is asking a lot for children to completely forego Halloween. In order to minimize the amount of... Read more »

Importance of Communication

Excellent communication is one of a dentist’s greatest tools. Our goal here is to have open communication with each and every patient in order to provide the best treatment and service that we can. We understand that many people experience anxiety about coming in and speaking with us. Some people... Read more »