Recovery from oral surgery should be full of rest and relaxation. You want to give your body a chance to heal while avoiding any complications. One of the most common issues to develop during recovery are dry sockets. Read our blog post for tips on avoiding dry sockets after oral surgery.
By now, you’re bound to have heard something about how sugar is Public Enemy No. 1 for your teeth. But maybe you’re left wondering why that is or if that’s even true. Read our blog post for the facts about sugar and your teeth!
Having a dental emergency can be scary, but there’s no need to panic if you know what to do in advance. Read our blog post where we share a few tips that will help you be prepared for a dental emergency.
Protein shakes are a quick and convenient way to pack important nutrients into your diet even on the busiest days. But not all protein shakes are created equal. Read our blog post to find out which protein shakes are best for your teeth.
We’ve all probably experienced small, painful sores inside of our mouths at some point in time. Read our blog post to find out how these canker sores develop and how they should be treated. Visit our office for more information!
Organic toothpaste is a natural, safe and effective product. Read our blog for a detailed look at organic toothpaste. Contact us for additional tips on caring for your teeth.
Read our blog post to discover why your teeth are yellower than they used to be. If you’re dissatisfied with the color of your teeth, we can give you a brighter smile with dental veneers or professional teeth whitening. Contact us to learn more about our office’s cosmetic dentistry services!
Are you frequently tired, no matter how much sleep you get? Read our blog post to discover how to improve your sleeping habits. You may also be struggling with Obstructive Sleep Apnea. Contact us today us about our sleep apnea treatment!
Read our blog post to learn 5 tips to stop bad breath! Your oral health is our priority, and we are always happy to recommend more oral care tips. If you are struggling with chronic bad breath, contact our friendly team to schedule a checkup with Dr. Ding.
If your gums are bleeding, you may be developing gum disease. Check out our blog post to discover why gums bleed, what you should do if they do, and how to keep them healthier in the future. Be aware of any unusual changes in your dental health. Notify our office as soon as possible and schedule your appointment!