The link between oral health and sleep quality can make you healthier and more rested. We can help you sleep better, wake more rested, and live healthier.
The electric toothbrush has extended beyond a high-end trend to an affordable tool in the oral care toolbox. While it is not a supplement for yearly cleanings, it is a valuable asset for reducing the need for expensive dental care due to the limitations of a regular brush. However, it is understandable that some are hesitant to spend money on an electric brush. Let me share five reasons switching to an electric brush is worth the cost.
It’s the time of year for resolutions. Eat healthier. Go to the gym more often. Less screen time. These are all great goals, but what about committing to better oral health? Your oral health is extremely important to your overall health, and it is often overlooked. Here are some simple commitments that you can make in 2020 to keep you smiling.
2019 was an amazing year for our practice! We celebrated 6 years of serving our Lewis Center community, opened the doors of our brand-new, state-of-the-art facility, and grew our North Orange family,including the addition of Dr. Hall as our second Associate Dentist!
Halloween is spooky time of year for everyone, but what really keeps dentists up at night is the thought of kids eating all of that crunchy, sticky, gooey candy. Thankfully, dentists know the best defenses for fighting those scary sugar monsters. Read on, if you dare, and learn how to defeat the bacteria that lurk in your mouth!
We want our smiles to last a lifetime. June being Oral Health month it’s the perfect time to discuss healthy habits that keep our smiles looking their best.
April is Oral Cancer Awareness month, so we’ll be talking about all things oral cancer. We’ll cover how you can fight it, how you can detect it, what your dentist office should be doing to check for oral cancer, and how you can perform a self-examination.
Remember that old saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away”? Did you know that the same can be said about the dentist? March is National Nutrition Month, so it’s the perfect time to discuss the relationship between nutrition and your oral health! Read on to learn about the benefits that a healthy diet can provide for your smile!
Coming in for your routine cleaning is obviously beneficial to your oral health, but did you know that it actually benefits your overall health as well? Without your semi-annual visits, you are at a higher risk for gum diseases such as gingivitis and periodontitis, and periodontitis can lead to further health issues in different areas of the body.