Category: Patient Education

Improving Your Smile

Smile Checklist Look in the mirror. Do you like the way your teeth look? Do you dislike the color of any of your teeth? Are

Sipping, Snacking and Decay

Do you sip soft drinks or other sugary drinks all day at your desk? Do you use breath mints or eat candy often? Instead of

Mouth Sores and Spots

Mouth sores can be painful, annoying and unsightly. Some appear inside the mouth – on the gums, tongue, lips, cheeks or palate (roof of the

Dental Implants: Are they an option for you

Dental implants replace natural missing teeth Dental implants are posts surgically placed into the upper or lower jawbone. They replace one or more teeth that

Your Child’s Teeth: From Birth to Age 6

Your child’s baby teeth are important! Baby teeth, also called primary or deciduous (de-SID-joo-us) teeth, help your child chew and speak normally. They hold space in the jaws for

Your Child’s Teeth: Ages 6–12

Between the ages of 6 and 12, children go through a lot of changes. These include changes to their faces, teeth and jaws. Over time,

Brushing Quick Reference

What’s the best way to fight tooth decay and gum disease? Pick up that toothbrush twice a day! Brush your teeth for two minutes twice

Flossing Quick Reference

Clean between your teeth once a day to help remove food and plaque from under the gum line. Flossing is one way to do this.

Why Doesn’t My Insurance Pay for This?

Having dental coverage can make it easier to get the dental care you need. But, it’s important to understand that most dental benefit plans do

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