While brushing and flossing are primary in oral health routines, those dealing with gum disease often consider additional aids such as mouthwash. Check out our blog post where we delve into the specific role that mouthwash plays in preventing and addressing gum disease so you can decide to incorporate mouthwash into your routine.
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While it may not receive as much attention as some other types of cancer, the impact oral cancer can have on individuals and their families can be devastating. The good news is that early detection plays a crucial role in improving the prognosis of oral cancer. Check out our blog post where we shed light on oral cancer to encourage more oral cancer awareness.
Periodontal therapy at the dentist can improve your gum health and preserve your natural teeth. Learn more in our blog post!
Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. In our blog post, learn about our periodontal services that can help restore your gum health.
Learn how to promote healthy gums.
In our blog post, we explain the progression of periodontal disease and what can happen if you don't treat gum disease.
Gum disease is common, but that doesn’t mean it’s not serious. You may have been told at a recent dental appointment that you have it but aren’t sure what that means. Read our blog post to learn about gum disease, including symptoms, treatment and prevention.
Gum recession is a gradual process in which your gum slowly pulls back from the tooth over time. While you may not immediately notice gum recession, some of the early warning signs include increased tooth sensitivity and teeth that appear longer. Read our blog post to learn about the common causes of gum recession.
You’ve heard the phrase, long in the tooth. But have you ever thought about the meaning behind it? Read our blog post to learn about this common symptom of aging, and what you can do to protect your teeth as you get older.