Are you concerned about gum disease? Read our Farmington Dental & Orthodontics dental blog to learn more about the risk factors for gum disease so you can be prepared to combat this dangerous oral health issue.
Read our blog post to learn how to fight gum disease. We also talk about health conditions that can make gum disease worse.
Read our blog post to learn about the possible connection between gum disease and Alzheimer’s disease. Contact us for more oral health information!
Check out our blog post to discover 4 Thanksgiving foods you should avoid to reduce your risk of developing a cavity this holiday season. But if you do have a cavity, we offer gentle treatment to get your oral health back on track. Contact us today!
Read our blog post to learn about common causes and symptoms of cracked teeth. We also explain 3 types of cracks and their necessary treatment. If you think you have a cracked tooth or are dealing with a severe toothache, contact our office as soon as possible to preserve your oral health.
Read our blog post for tips to have healthy, squeaky-clean gums. Our tips will promote exceptional oral health. If you notice any unusual changes in the appearance of your gums, contact our office ASAP for a dental checkup!
Check out our blog post to discover the proper duration, tools, and technique for brushing your teeth. Your smile is our priority. Contact our friendly team for help improving your oral care routine!
X-rays emit radiation, so you may have wondered if X-ray imaging at the dentist is safe. Read our blog post to learn about why & how often dental X-rays are necessary & if they are indeed safe (hint: yes!). Call our office today if you have more concerns regarding dental X-rays.
Did you know tooth enamel can’t grow back? Check out our blog to learn about how to strengthen enamel naturally and keep your smile healthy!
Have you ever wondered why we have baby teeth? Some people might be tempted to think baby teeth don’t matter since we lose them eventually, but our starter set of teeth, known as milk teeth or “deciduous” teeth, are actually very important. Purpose of Baby Teeth Since humans are mammals, we are born with twenty […]