What Should I Do if a Tooth Breaks?

Nobody likes going to the dentist, but sometimes it is necessary, especially when a tooth breaks. The pain of a broken tooth can mean some different things. You can have weak teeth, or you just ate something that was hard.

How Often Do You Need Dental X-Rays?

Most people know that they need to come in for a dental checkup and cleaning every six months, as they understand that this is essential for their oral health in the long term. However, few people realize that another important

What to Expect at Your Child’s First Visit to the Dentist

Babies get their first tooth around 4-6 months and most parents take their child to the dentist around age 1-3. This first visit can be a cause of anxiety, but the main purpose is teaching good dental practices and begin

I Brush and Floss, But Still Have Bad Breath

Halitosis, commonly known as having bad breath, is a medical condition typically caused by poor dental hygiene.  HOWEVER, if you brush your teeth and floss religiously but still have bad breath, poor dental hygiene may not be to blame. Instead,

Simple Tips To Keep Your Family Healthy This Winter

Cold weather often comes with sniffles and coughs. In Northern California, winter weather can bring the temperatures down to the 40s, leaving families with a need for heat and safety against sickness-causing germs and bacteria. Here we will share with

A Couple Good Reasons to Visit the Dentist

We all know that it is important to visit the dentist regularly; however, many people do not realize why it is so important. Most people realize visiting the dentist is an important step in fighting tooth decay. Plus, there is

3 Reasons to Use a Night Guard

Few people connect insomnia with dental problems. After all, an inability to fall asleep or to sleep restfully is attributed to everything from hormonal imbalances to stress to an inadequate diet. However, a major cause of insomnia is tooth grinding,

Healthy Teeth – Dental Care Tips

Proper dental health is essential for a healthy mouth. If proper care is not taken, it can lead to various problems like gingivitis and cavities. Healthy gums, strong teeth and a beautiful smile can be achieved by maintaining good oral

Root Canal Awareness Week 2014: Keep Your Teeth and Ditch the Pain

The specialists over at the American Association of Endodontists (AAE) are holding the 8th Annual Root Canal Awareness Week from March 30 to April 5, as a special push during what has become a year-round campaign to rid patients of

Dental Complications: What You Should Know

Unfortunately, an extremely sad story came out of Maine the other week about a teenager who passed away from complications after having his wisdom teeth removed. It is a terrible tragedy, and very hard to comprehend when it is medically