Knowing How to Enhance Your Smile During Cold and Flu Season

Did you know that cold and flu season can have a devastating effect on your oral health? Cold and flu season is often marked by an illness that contributes to vomiting and other issues with your overall health. The biggest oral health risk associated with vomiting is that stomach acids travel up your esophagus and into your mouth. If left... read more »

Don’t Forget the Importance of Pregnancy and Your Oral Health

If you continually struggle with your oral health care, it is important to establish an effective oral hygiene routine on a daily basis. However, one of the biggest problems that individuals and counter is there an ability to keep up their daily routines throughout adversities in your life. If for any reason you end up pregnant or another issue has... read more »

The Best Way to Care for Your Teeth is to Brush

Did you know the best way to take care of your smile is to brush your teeth twice a day? It’s true! Proper oral health hygiene goes a long way in your oral health care, yet people still seem to skip this simple task creating severe oral health painful and costly consequences long-term. Luckily, our dentist, Dr. Linda King with... read more »

Are There Ways to Prevent Cavities?

Cavities are created by tooth decay. They form when bacteria in the plaque in your mouth interact with sugar to create acids that attack the teeth and wear down the enamel. As the enmale softens, a cavity is created. It’s best to prevent cavities as opposed to treating them. Fortunately, there are things you can do to stop cavities in... read more »

How to Deal With Dry Socket

If you have dry socket, then you have a painful condition that occurs when a blood clot is displaced after tooth extraction. That clot formed in the socket after your extraction and is protecting the socket from infection. Dry socket is a dangerous problem because it can leave the underlying bone and nerves exposed. When you have dry socket, it’s... read more »

Smile Therapy: Sleep Apnea Treatments

Sleep apnea is a serious condition that can not only affect your oral health, but your overall health as well. Sleep apnea arises due to interrupted breathing patterns. It could be caused by numerous aspects including issues within your mouth. If left untreated, sleep apnea can lead to severe ailments including heart failure, high blood pressure, and stroke. Thus, it... read more »

The Keys to a Great Smile with Sleep Apnea Treatments

If you are in need of a sleep apnea treatment, it means that you are suffering from irregular breathing patterns while you sleep. Understanding what is causing your sleep apnea and its numerous risk factors are essential for ensuring you receive the proper treatment. If you are suffering from sleep apnea, it could lead to severe oral ailments including high... read more »

A Winter-White Smile

Many individuals would like their smile to be whiter than it currently is. If you are one of those people, we can help! There are many options available to you. We’ll address a few, and you can feel free to call us with any questions. There are many different options when it comes to whitening your teeth, with a large... read more »

The Process of Placing Dental Crowns

When a damaged tooth can no longer sustain viability, the dentist may suggest a dental crown. A crown can restore a tooth’s function – especially useful for molars and incisors, the teeth you typically use for cutting and chewing tough food. Dr. Linda King can examine your tooth and determine whether a crown is right for you. If you decide... read more »

The Benefits of Mouthwash

Mouthwash is a form of dental cleaner that carries a wide selection of oral health benefits. Depending on your smile’s needs, you’ll want to pick the kind of mouthwash that can safely and effectively help make your smile shine and offer you the oral health care you want. Be wary about which products you want to use, as some are... read more »