Oral Health & Overall Wellness
Many dentists are reporting an uptick in bruxism, also known at teeth grinding, during COVID-19. Learn what may be causing the issue and how to treat it.
This year, pledge to improve your oral health to achieve a healthier body overall. A dentist shares tips and tricks for a healthier smile this year and beyond.
With many opinions shared about whether fluoride is good for you or not, it can be difficult to know the truth. Learn if fluoride is a friend or a foe.
Dentists have reported an increase in patients with dental issues during COVID-19, likely attributed to stress. Dr. Gundlach shares his experience:
Did you know that those with diabetes are at higher risk for periodontal disease? Learn more about the connection between diabetes and oral health.
Brushing and flossing are the building blocks of good oral health. Learn 5 ways to improve your dental hygiene routine and elevate your oral wellness.
COVID-19 has transformed the ways we live and work, and many are wondering if it’s safe to go to the dentist right now. Learn the truth here.
Oral cancer affects over 53,000 people a year. Learn oral cancer signs and how Dental Associates dentists monitor patients for symptoms.
Currently, many are wondering, “Is it safe to get my teeth cleaned during COVID-19?” Learn the truth from a hygienist and compliance expert.
Having “soft teeth” is a common misconception. Learn why “soft teeth” aren’t actually a condition and what causes weak enamel and teeth altogether.
Following recommendations from the CDC, Dental Associates requires patients and staff to wear masks when inside our clinics during COVID-19.
There’s a lot to consider when pregnant. The dentist should be one of those things. Maintaining great oral health is more important than you may think.