Emergency Dental Care

Emergency Dental Care

When you’re enjoying the holidays with family and friends, the last thing anyone wants to experience is a dental emergency, but when a toothache starts or a tooth is chipped or broken, it’s important to know what to do so that you can act fast. Here’s what you should...
Cold Temperatures and Your Teeth

Cold Temperatures and Your Teeth

Do your teeth hurt when you venture outside in the cold? Experiencing tooth sensitivity or discomfort when the temperature drops is actually quite common, but thankfully there are some things you can do to alleviate the issue. Here’s what you need to know about cold...
Can Running Hurt Your Teeth?

Can Running Hurt Your Teeth?

Do your teeth hurt when you run? This is actually a common ailment for many runners and athletes, but don’t let dental pain hold you back from achieving your running goals because there are things you can do about it. If you’ve been asking “can running hurt your...
Allergies and Your Dental Health

Allergies and Your Dental Health

Spring is always a welcome relief from winter as bare trees fill with green again and beautiful flowers burst into bloom, but for allergy sufferers, spring also means the onslaught of a host of uncomfortable symptoms. Did you know that allergies can also affect your...
Soft Drinks and Your Teeth

Soft Drinks and Your Teeth

Have you ever wondered why people say that soft drinks are bad for your teeth? Soft drinks, also known as soda or pop depending on where you live, can be bad for your teeth because they often contain high amounts of sugar and sugar has a direct connection to tooth...
5 ways to Calm Dental Anxiety

5 ways to Calm Dental Anxiety

Many people struggle with fear of the dentist. If you’re feeling nervous or even scared before going to the dentist and looking for ways to calm your nerves, you’re not alone. It’s important to us that our patients feel comfortable and we have some suggestions that...