Your oral health while pregnant

Pregnancy and Dental Treatment Prenatal care involves many aspects at different stages of pregnancy. Among the new age options that…

How safe are dental x-rays?

Before you can assess whether or not dental x-rays are harmful to the human body, you would first need to…

When should kids see a dentist?

Dental care starts at a young age. Good oral hygiene habits established early would normally develop into lifestyle habits that extend…

Overcoming dental anxiety

I’m anxious about visiting the dentist. What can I do? Do you postpone or avoid visiting the dentist? Do you…

A dentist offers muscle relaxants?

This is a common reaction we get from patients when they find out that we provide anti-wrinkle injections and muscle…

The lowdown on Invisalign

Are you unhappy with the alignment of your teeth but don’t want to have metal braces? Treatment coordinator Maria Landayan…

Is Fluoride safe for my kids?

Is Fluoride toxic? Anything is toxic in high levels- even water! Fluoride is one of the building blocks of teeth, along…

Treatment for gum disease

Gingivitis: What is it? One of the characteristics of gingivitis is reversible damage. At this stage a professional cleaning with your…
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What does gum disease mean?

So you’ve been told you have gum disease but you’re not really sure what that means. Gum disease can be broken down…

Is coffee bad for your teeth?

If you are like me and enjoy a cup or two of coffee each day, then you might have wondered…

Top 7 things that cause bad breath

1. Poor oral hygiene Smelly breath is most commonly caused by bacteria in your mouth. The microbes feed on food…

How smoking can affect your oral health

The effects that smoking has on your general health have long been known. However, smoking can also cause tooth staining…
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