When Should You Remove Your Wisdom Teeth?

Your last teeth to come in are your wisdom teeth, usually in late adolescence. These are the last back molars located on both sides of your mouth. For a fortunate few, their wisdom teeth can emerge without any issues, but for the rest of us, there will be some problems that will make your dentist want to take them out.... read more »

Visiting the Dentist When You're Pregnant

If you’re pregnant, congratulations! If you’re thinking about becoming pregnant, congratulations in advance! This time of your life can be the exciting beginning of a new chapter. As always, and even especially, it’s vital to retain your oral health when you’re having a child since your habits are impacting the overall health of both you and your child. Here’s a... read more »

How Does Aging Affect Your Dental Health?

Did you know that growing older affects your dental health? The constant wear and tear on your mouth from chewing and eating food can wear down your teeth and the joints in your jaw. However, that doesn’t mean your teeth will fall out when you are older, as daily habits such as brushing and flossing can keep your teeth strong... read more »