Archive for the ‘ Oral Health ’ Category

Celebrating Women in Dentistry

Did You Know? In 1968 only 1.1% of dental students were female. Fifty years later, with the incoming class of 2018 that number topped 50%.  What a remarkable increase. So, […]

6 Essential Oils for Healthy Gums and Teeth

Let’s face it; Essential oils are all the rage these days. Known for their unique healing and therapeutic benefits, essential oils have been used for centuries dating all the way […]

3 Periodontal Myths

Periodontitis is not a very well-known disease. In fact, because of this, gums are often overlooked and under cared for. If people knew the vital role that gums played in […]

Winter Oral Health Tips

Winter is here and with it, comes the drastic change of weather! The cold temperatures are fun in theory, but what about the toll it takes on your health? Often […]

How to Keep Your Periodontal Health in Tip-Top Shape

What are teeth without gums? Nothing. In fact, periodontal disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. Not only is periodontal disease bad for your oral hygiene, but […]

What Does Good Oral Hygiene Really Mean?

Instilling a healthy and consistent oral hygiene routine does more than wonders on your smile, it keeps your mouth healthy and disease free. One of the best ways to avoid […]

What Can Good Oral Health Prevent?

What can good oral health prevent. When it comes to your teeth, practicing good oral hygiene should be at the top of your list. We only have one set of […]

Make A Difference on the Scale and Your Mouth

Make a difference. One of the biggest topics that people buzz about is losing a few pounds and making healthier decisions when it comes to food. But did you know […]

What is Periodontal Disease?

What is Periodontal Disease? Periodontal disease is also known as gum disease. It is caused when bacteria are not removed through regular brushing and flossing, causing inflammation and infection of […]

Gingivitis: Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention

What is Gingivitis? Gingivitis is inflammation of the gums, a very common and early form of periodontal disease. It causes infection and inflammation of the gum and teeth tissue, the […]