Month: October 2015

What Happens When a Tooth is Knocked Out?

There you are, going through life without a care in the world, maybe driving to work, enjoying your favorite sport, or enjoying your favorite biking trail when, suddenly, it happens. A sudden collision, a softball to the face, or a spill off your bike knocks out one of your permanent teeth! Sudden dental trauma resulting… Read more »

Should I Treat Gum Disease At Home?

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a very serious inflammation of the gum tissue that can lead to infection and even tooth loss. However, in its earliest stage, called gingivitis, gum disease causes little to no discomfort; in fact, its most common symptoms are gums that bleed a little while brushing and persistent… Read more »

Tips for Protecting Little Smiles

When it comes to our children, we only want the very best for them. Whether it’s their education, their emotional development, or their physical health, good parents will do what’s needed to ensure their child is growing into a healthy, well-adjusted adult. It’s no different when it comes to your child’s oral health. Still, many… Read more »