Category Archives: Patient Education

Diabetes and Dental Health

How much do you know about diabetes and its effect on dental health? 25.8 million children and adults in the UnitedView full post »

Older Smiling Man

Uncomfortable Dentures? Maybe It’s Time For A Denture Reline

If your dentures have begun to fit less comfortably than in the past, you may wish to consider having them relined.View full post »

Dental Emergency Toothache

Oh, No! A Dental Emergency While On Vacation… Now What?

Think of all of the things that might go wrong on a trip.  You can have a hungry bear rummage through your campsite atView full post »

Youth Baseball – Mouth Guards

Its Spring and that means its youth baseball season.  Athletes need to take care of their teeth both on and off theView full post »

Is Fruit Juice a Better Choice for your Teeth?

Fruit juices, while healthy alternative to sodas, still have an impact on your dental health. When trying to make aView full post »

Food Allergy Awareness – The Teal Pumpkin Project

We wanted to share some information about FARE’s (Food Allergy and Research Education) Teal Pumpkin Project® – aView full post »

When a Dry Mouth Is Caused by More Than Just a Lack of Water

Dry Mouth July 23rd is World Sjögren’s Day. It’s named after Dr. Henrik Sjögren (pronounced SHOW-grin), theView full post »

Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Fish?

How Much Fish is Too Much? Buttery, lemony, pan-fried to perfection with a dill cream sauce over a nice rice pilaf …View full post »

Lewis and Clark – Map to Oral Health

On July 3rd, 1806, two years into their journey to chart the unchartered West of America, pioneer explorersView full post »

Understanding Nutrition Labels

Do You Really Need to Consume 2,000 Calories a Day? No doubt, you’re familiar with these words if you’re in the habitView full post »

Bruxism -The “Harmless” Habit That Could Make Your Teeth Fall Out. Literally.

Do you wake up some mornings with a headache of origins you can’t define? Do you experience vague muscle pain in yourView full post »

Teaching Kids to Care for their Teeth

Teaching Kids to Care for their Teeth Teaching kids the importance of caring for their teeth can be a challenge. Heck,View full post »

Don’t Break Your Face – Spring Safety

uSafety Gear protects Heads and Mouths   Break out the bike, the skateboard and the rollerblades … Spring is hereView full post »

Paleo Diet and Oral Health

Could the Paleo Diet Be Good for Your Teeth?

What is The Paleo Diet? The Paleo Diet takes its lead from the food consumption habits of humans who lived in theView full post »

How do you know you have Bad Breath?

Let’s take a moment to perform an experiment that could help us make friends, meet that special someone, or evenView full post »