The holidays are filled with fun, family, and festivities. Unfortunately, they are also usually filled with bad habits. We eat and drink more than usual. We have inconsistent hours of sleep. It is easy to fall asleep on the couch before you have brushed and flossed your teeth. Continue reading Recovering from the Sugar-Filled Holidays
A dental hygienist wears many hats in the dental practice. Most dental offices have more than one dental hygienist because the services they render to the patients are so vital. EVERYONE needs to see a dental hygienist on a consistent basis! Continue reading What Does a Dental Hygienist Do?
October is one of the best months of the year. We usually begin feeling to cooler temperatures of fall, enjoy weekend football, and really focus on flossing. Wait…What do you mean you don’t focus on flossing? Didn’t you know October is National Dental Hygiene Month? Continue reading National Dental Hygiene Month
Never before, in our lifetimes, has our back to school season been more unusual. After the longest spring break ever, we are finally getting back into some semblance of a schedule or routine. Whether you are taking your kids back to in-person school or you have committed to virtual learning, your children now have specific tasks at specific times of the day. Continue reading Back to School 2020
We hear this question all the time. And you might be surprised to find out that it is actually a tough question for us. There is no single correct answer to it. We have to know quite a bit about you and your current oral health to give you the best recommendation. Continue reading What Kind of Toothpaste Should I Use?