When Should I Have My Wisdom Teeth Removed?

The removal of wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, is one of the most common surgical procedures in dentistry. Wisdom teeth grow at the back of your mouth and are the last teeth to come through If they do at all. Most people have four wisdom teeth - one in each corner of the mouth so to speak. Wisdom... read more »

Taking Care of Your Oral Health During Recovery

If you have recently had braces put on, or tightened, or are experiencing a tender mouth while recovering from oral surgery or medical treatment such as radiation therapy, you will want to take excellent care of yourself while you are healing. If you are having trouble chewing or swallowing, you will want to make sure and cut your food into... read more »

Water Picks vs. Floss

Everyone knows that they are supposed to floss their teeth once a day. However, some may wonder if using a water pick can be just as effective as flossing. Here we analyze the benefits of water picks and their role in dental health. What Are Water Picks? Water picks are also known as oral irrigators, dental water jets, and water... read more »