Peak Oral Health Levels: Bruxism Prevention

Are you aware of the risk factors that are associated with dental damage while you sleep? One particular common condition that can arise while you sleep is known as bruxism. If you are suffering from bruxism, you are putting your gums and your teeth at an increased risk of dental damage. This is because bruxism occurs when you unknowingly grind... read more »

Bruxism and Why It Needs to Be Treated

  Are you suffering from bruxism while you sleep? Bruxism is an oral health condition that is most often classified as a sleep disorder where a person grinds and gnashes their teeth while they sleep. Although the ailment can take place while a victim is awake, sleep bruxism is the most common form. If left unchecked, bruxism can severely damage... read more »

How Do Colds and the Flu Impact Your Dental Health?

Are you aware that during the cold and flu season, you must take extra care of your teeth and gums to prevent additional damage from occurring? Have you ever wondered how colds and the flu impact your dental health? For more information about your oral health care during cold and flu season, consider the following: - Never share or use... read more »

A Minor Dental Fracture Will Require Timely Treatment

Small dental fractures, can come from any number of different sources. A bad habit of using your teeth to open packaging, or chewing on stray objects can increase your chances of suffering a chip to one of your front teeth. If you unconsciously grind your teeth at night, without the protection of a dental guard, you could also be at... read more »