March 2018

Stick out your tongue… and brush it! Brushing and scraping your tongue may be one of your best defenses against bad breath. All the plaque that accumulates on your teeth also accumulates on your tongue. True or False? After menopause, women should see their...

The Oral Connection to Influenza and Pneumonia

Could your oral health contribute to you contracting Influenza or Pneumonia? Overall health begins with your mouth. Several recent studies provide evidence that the oral cavity may influence the initiation and/or the progression of lung diseases such as pneumonia and...

Best and Worst Foods

Eat for a healthy smile Prevention is the best medicine for your smile. Although fillings, crowns, and professional whitening can make your teeth stronger and brighter, it’s better (and cheaper!) to avoid cavities and stains in the first place, by brushing,...

Celebrating 30 Years of Practice!

Happy New Year! We would like to wish all of our patients a happy and healthy 2018! Resolutions? It’s that time of year again, where many of us make wonderful resolutions but have trouble following through. If one of your resolutions is to improve your overall...

12 Days of Dental Christmas

1) Brush your teeth at least twice a day. Carol while you clean: for two minutes each time. The average person brushes for only 30 seconds. 2) Floss at least once a day. If you don’t floss, you are not cleaning 35% of your teeth surfaces 3) Avoid those candy canes and...