Flossing is important

Daily flossing is a preventative measure against gum disease and tooth decay. Flossing is a method for removing plaque and food debris that can not be reached by a toothbrush. There are many undesirable consequences that flossing can help prevent: Bad Breath-which can...

Fun and Interesting Orthodontic and Dental Facts

Orthodontic Facts: An orthodontist needs 4 yrs of college, 4 yrs of dental school, and 2-3 yrs of postgraduate study in orthodontics before they can be considered a specialist in orthodontics. A child should have their first orthodontic evaluation at the age of 7. The...

Toothpaste! And More Toothpaste!

The number of different kinds of toothpastes has increased so much over the years that finding the right toothpaste for you and your family may be overwhelming.  Here is some information about the different kinds available to help you make an easier choice. The basic...

Primary teeth and Permanent teeth

Many of you may be asking yourself “What is the difference in taking my child to a pediatric dentist versus a general dentist?” A pediatric dentist has completed additional training and school for the specific needs of treating children. This means that a...