Your Regular Dental Checkup Is Important for Maintaining a Healthy Mouth

Good oral hygiene involves more than brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing in the evening. While this will certainly go a long way toward removing food material and plaque buildup, there are also several aspects to maintaining good oral health that require professional attention. To that end, the American Dental Association recommends that you attend a routine dental... read more »

Dental Checkups: The Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

As you may already know, dental checkups are vital for your oral health, but do you ever wonder why? Well, our Cory Williams, DDS team would like to explain why and also help you understand more about dental checkups by providing the answers to the following frequently asked questions: Q: Why are regular dental visits important? A: Regular dental visits... read more »

Is It Possible to Non-Surgically Treat Gum Disease?

If you’re a victim of gum disease and you’re curious to know if there are non-surgical treatments available for gum disease, our dedicated dental team is happy to tell you that there are! However, these treatments are only able to treat the early stages of gum disease. The non-surgical treatments available include:                    ... read more »

What Are Cavities?

Here’s a little known fact: parents can pass tooth decay bacteria on to their children by kissing them or sharing eating utensils. Not just parents, but siblings sharing food, straws, or toothbrushes, can spread bacteria. And harmful bacteria in the mouth, particularly streptococcus mutans is the main cause of tooth decay. This is why your daily oral hygiene routine is... read more »