Don’t let dental visits slide! Adult life can sometimes be a juggling act and it may feel like you just can’t find the time for a dental visit. But making time for regular dental visits now can help keep you out of the dental office in the future. Brush and floss daily, even if it’s late. You’ve […]
Estimates suggest that annually Americans consume 45 million pounds of caffeine and hot coffee and teas are the most popular sources for the legal psychoactive stimulant drug. Both beverages are associated with having dental health perks as black coffee has been found to lower acid levels on teeth, reducing the odds of cavity development and […]
There was a time when people got sick and no one knew why. They didn’t know that germs invisible to the naked eye were common. It was 1676 when the first bacteria was discovered. And it was 1898 when the first virus was observed and noted by scientists. Scientists also learned fungi and protozoa were […]
In light of the Corona Virus, we would like to assure all our patients that our office is taking all precautions possible and continuing with our strict sterilization process as well as all other preventative measures to keep our patients and staff safe. What dental practitioners need to know CDA is closely monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19 […]
Deciduous teeth are baby teeth. We’re born with two full sets of teeth and this first set is also called primary, milk or lacteal dentition. These teeth begin to erupt anytime after 6 months of age, which is commonly referred to as “teething.”
A healthy lifestyle not only means eating well, but also exercising regularly and replacing your soft drinks with water or tea — and perhaps a wedge of lemon for taste.
You might think that cavities are inevitable for kids, but in truth, they’re not.