Blog Posts Categorized: Adults + Seniors



April 16th, 2018
Defining dental professionals and specialists

Dental insurance can be confusing – and so can dental care. If you’ve had a complicated dental issue worked on, you might have been faced with a load of jargon, and names of dental professionals you didn’t know existed. To make it easier, we’ve put together an oral health glossary, and below we’ve described some… Read more »

April 5th, 2018
Preventive care saves you time and money

Most dental plans cover preventive care at 100 percent – and there’s a reason for that! Most regular dentist visits focus on preventive care, including cleanings, oral exams and X-rays. At these visits, your dentist will check for early signs of dental issues – helping to catch small problems before they become big ones. In… Read more »

March 12th, 2018
Dental health and growing older

Tips for keeping your teeth strong all life long “Grow old along with me! The best is yet to be.” – poet Robert Browning Aging is inevitable, and our teeth and gums age right along with us. There’s a common misconception that as you get older you lose teeth and need dentures, but teeth well-taken… Read more »

February 11th, 2018
Which is better for your teeth – tea or coffee?

The holidays are over, and for a lot of us that means back to the grind – and the caffeine.         It’s a common question for caffeine lovers everywhere who still want to take care of their white teeth – do I choose tea or coffee? First, we need to understand why… Read more »

February 5th, 2018
What to do when you chip a tooth

Five steps to fixing your grin   What do hockey pucks and hard candy have in common? They’re both culprits when it comes to chipping teeth. If you lose a chunk of an incisor, don’t feel bad. Dentists see chipped teeth all the time—especially during hockey season!—and they can often fix you up quickly. 1…. Read more »

January 29th, 2018
Common winter mouth issues – and how to help them

The dead of winter can be tough on cheeks, noses, ears and – of course – your mouth. The dry, cold air can take a toll – so we’ve put together a couple quick tips to keep your mouth comfortable in these last months of winter. Issue: Teeth Sensitivity Your mouth – and your teeth… Read more »