How Do I Know If I Have TMD?

The two joints on either side of your skull are called the temporomandibular joints. Without them, you wouldn’t be able to talk, chew, or open and close your mouth. Disorders related to these joints are called TMD. Read our blog post to learn about TMJ disorders, including the main symptoms.

What Should I Do About My Sensitive Teeth?

If you pass on cold or hot treats or drinks because they send shivers down your spine, it’s time to address your sensitive teeth. Despite being a common sensation, tooth sensitivity isn’t a pleasant one. Check out our blog post to find out how to treat your sensitive teeth.

How Oral Cancer Affects Your Health

Cancer can affect any part of your body, including your mouth. Thankfully, oral cancer is highly curable if it’s caught and treated early. Check out our blog post for what you should know about oral cancer and how it affects your health.

Myths About Dental Sealants

Are you or your little one needing a dental sealant? Sealants are a versatile, reliable dental treatment that is utilized to combat various dental issues, the most common being tooth cavities. Read our blog post for what you need to know about dental sealants including the myths and facts surrounding this treatment!

How Do Vitamins & Minerals Affect Your Teeth?

While brushing and flossing rightly get a lot of attention, diet is an often-overlooked part of oral health. Most of us know that sugary sodas can cause cavities and drinking coffee can stain teeth, but do you know which foods can actually benefit your teeth and gums? Check out our blog post for a list of beneficial vitamins and minerals for your teeth and examples of foods that can help you get those nutrients.

What Should I Do About My Bad Breath?

Do you feel self-conscious about your breath? Bad breath isn’t just unpleasant or embarrassing but can be a symptom of a larger problem. Read our blog post where we not only share ways you can immediately freshen up your breath, but also figure out the root cause of your bad breath to take the necessary steps to do away with bad breath altogether.