Poor Oral Hygiene Can Lead to Cavities

The American Dental Association advises people to brush their teeth every morning and night as well as to thoroughly floss at least once each day. This simple daily routine can help remove plaque and residual food particles before they can affect the health of your mouth. If you struggle to be consistent with your daily dental hygiene routine, the chronic... read more »

What Is the Right Age for Orthodontic Treatment?

Traditionally, ages 10-14 are ideal to correct smile abnormalities. However, it is not always possible to receive the orthodontic treatment you need when you are younger, and now more and more adults are pursuing aligned smiles. If you or your child has problems with your teeth, including overcrowding, misalignment, crooked teeth or excessive spaces in between the teeth, orthodontics can... read more »