Dental Health

Keeping your teeth healthy at home

Prevention is always better than treatment. To maintain a healthy, beautiful smile regular home care is essential to removing the sticky film of bacteria called plaque from your teeth. and preventing costly dental treatment

Periodontal Disease

Neglecting your gums can eventually lead to periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, which is a culprit for the deterioration of your overall oral health. Periodontal disease affects 75 percent of adults over 35 years of age and is responsible for approximately 70 percent of all adult tooth loss.

Nutrition & Dental Health

Good nutrition plays a prominent role in your dental health. Brushing and flossing help keep your teeth and gums healthy and strong. However, a balanced diet will help to boost your body's immune system, leaving you less vulnerable to oral disease.

Women’s Oral Health

While women tend to take better care of their oral health than men do, women's oral health is not markedly better than men's. Women's oral health can be influenced by their various life stages.

Children’s Oral Health

The first baby teeth that come into the mouth are the two bottom front teeth. You will notice this when your baby is about six to eight months old. Next to follow will be the four upper front teeth and the remainder of your baby’s teeth will appear periodically. They will usually appear in...