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The invisible epidemic

By Heather W | March 25, 2022

Periodontal Disease: The invisible epidemic   Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease or periodontitis, is one of the most common maladies in the history of mankind. Unlike most other diseases, periodontal disease is typically not painful or symptomatic until its later stages. It’s caused by the buildup of harmful bacteria or plaque at or…

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What is Periodontal Disease?

By Heather W | March 2, 2022

 Periodontal Disease Periodontal disease is also known as gum disease or periodontitis. This occurs when plaque bacteria at or below the gum line irritate the gums and trigger an inflammatory response, reddened tissue, swelling, and bleeding. Gingivitis is the mildest form of periodontal disease. This causes redness, swelling, and bleeding of the gums. It can…

How does Invisalign treatment work?

By Heather W | January 24, 2022

  How does Invisalign treatment work? Invisalign clear aligners use the most advanced technology to give you your best smile yet. Using a series of aligners made with advances, such as proprietary SmartTrack material, Invisalign treatment can straighten your teeth with more predictability. Plus, your smile is shaped more comfortably than braces. The best part?…

Dental Tips For A Brighter, Healthier Smile In 2022

By Heather W | January 10, 2022

  Brighten your smile with professional whitening Our proven in-office whitening systems are the safest and most affordable ways to whiten all of your teeth with amazing results.   Win the battle over bad breath You’re likely eating more plaque-causing and spicy foods during the holidays, and you may be overdue for your cleaning. You’re…

Get Wise About Wisdom Teeth!

By Heather W | November 12, 2021

Your mouth experiences many changes within your lifetime A mayor dental milestone that usually occurs between the ages of 17 and 25  is the appearance of your third molars, your last adult teeth to  appear: your wisdom teeth. Your wisdom teeth can be just as useful as any other tooth. if they grow in correctly,…

A Healthy Body Starts with Healthy Teeth!

By Heather W | October 21, 2021

Sparkling white teeth aren’t the only sign of a healthy mouth. Healthy gums act as a barrier to prevent harmful inflammation from entering the rest of your body. Just as skin protects your muscles, bones, and organs, your gums protect your teeth and the structure that holds them in place. Gum disease is an infection…