Blog   •   August 24, 2020

4 Common Signs You Have A Root Canal Infection

In the U.S., dentists perform over 15 million root canal surgeries yearly, according to the American Association of Endodontists. Root canal treatments are among the most commonly performed dental procedures across the world. In a root canal treatment, the dentist clears the decay from your tooth’s root and pulp by creating a small hole in the […]

Blog   •   June 25, 2020

How Can You Benefit from Wearing a Night Guard?

A night guard is an oral appliance that covers your teeth and gums. It is designed to prevent dental health issues such as teeth grinding or jaw clenching. It fits over your teeth and protects them from any damage. As the name suggests, night guards are typically worn during the night, while you sleep. It […]

Blog   •   May 28, 2020

11 Pro Tips To Take Proper Oral Care At Home

Now, the circumstances around the world have made keeping great personal hygiene very necessary. As you are aware, non-emergency dental treatments are being postponed across the country. Besides personal hygiene, good dental care at home is also important. During this quarantine, here are some tips you should adopt for your dental health and make them […]

Blog   •   April 29, 2020

What You Should Know About Your Tooth Extraction Procedure

If you do have a tooth extraction lined up, you’re probably a little nervous, particularly if you’re getting a tooth extracted for the first time. To make you feel more comfortable with the procedure, let’s give you a clear idea of what you should expect, so you’re cool as a cucumber when the “special day” […]

Blog   •   April 29, 2020

Knowing To Floss Properly

Lots of people are trying to find the best ways to floss their teeth. You don’t need to be one of those! However, even if you are in a daily brushing routine, flossing can still be a difficult habit to maintain. Here are a few quick tips to help you get your flossing right. Why […]