The Dentist And Your Heart: A Few Things You Need To Know

It might seem strange, but there is a direct connection between your dental care and heart disease. If you suffer from any form of heart disease it is important to let your dentist know; there maybe a few things you need to do to prepare for a dental visit. In addition, if yo have developed gum disease, or have an excessive amount of tartar or plaque, an appointment with your primary care physician is a good idea. [Read More]

Mouth Rinses: What They Treat And How To Find The Right One

Are you embarrassed to be in close proximity to co-workers, or do you hesitate to kiss your spouse because of bad breath? Do your teeth feel slimy or sticky, and do you notice yellow deposits around your gums? Maybe it's time to look into using a mouth rinse. Here are is some information about what mouth rinses treat and how to find the right one for you: Why Should You Use a Mouth Rinse? [Read More]

Preparing Your Smile For Your Holiday Parties: Ideas For You

As fall weather turns colder and you begin to think ahead to the upcoming holiday season, you find yourself beginning to think about the upcoming holiday parties you will be throwing and/or invited to. And you know that when you get all dressed up and fancy for those holiday parties that you do not want your imperfect smile to be the one thing that all of the other party guests focus on when they see you there. [Read More]

Denture Repairs: A Guide To New Denture Wearers

When your dentures break or crack, you want the fastest, easiest way to get them repaired. A damaged denture can not only be embarrassing, but can also fail to fit properly and interfere with your ability to enjoy your meals and talk normally. Here is why dentures may sustain damage and what range of repair service is available. Why do dentures break or crack Dentures are typically made of acrylic material that goes through normal wear and tear over time. [Read More]