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3 Quick Tips to Improve Your Dental Routine
added on: December 1, 2017

We’re all busy today and while we know our teeth are important, do we all make the time we need to care for our mouths? While you may be one of the few, it’s not surprising many of us have a tough time squeezing it all in, so here are… Read More…


What isn’t your doctor telling you about blood pressure medication?
added on: September 6, 2017

Did you know that blood pressure medication is one of the most common prescriptions in North America today?  Did you know these medications can cause dry mouth and tooth decay? Take a look at just a few of the drugs available: Lisinopril, amlodipine, losartan, nebivolol, bystolic, metoprolol, olmesartan, hydrochlorothiazide, Benicar,… Read More…


Best Foods for Your Teeth
added on: July 8, 2016

We all love to eat, but are there certain foods that are better for your oral health than others? Sure there are! For instance, we all know that sugar and acidic foods are not good for our teeth, but are there things that are? You bet your bottom dollar there… Read More…


Can Your Teeth Really Rot?
added on: April 28, 2016

Have you ever heard somebody explain another person’s teeth as “rotten”? You likely get the picture – their teeth are discolored, brown, and may have holes in them, but are they really rotting? What Your Dentist Means by Rotten Teeth In reality, when your dentist talks about cavities or decay,… Read More…


Noisy Sleeper in Alaska?
added on: March 31, 2016

Could your snoring be a sign of sleep apnea without you knowing it? Snoring is often the biggest indicator of sleep apnea and it is remarkable how much damage it can do to our bodies.  Here is an article from the NIH on the important role sleep plays in our health.  (click here)… Read More…


4 Health Conditions that Might Be Harming Your Oral Health
added on: March 24, 2016

Did you know that certain medical conditions can actually affect your oral health? Even diseases and disorders that have nothing to do with your teeth could indirectly impact the health of your mouth and smile. By identifying some of the most common health conditions that might affect your oral health,… Read More…