How are Heart Health and Dental Infection Connected?


Heart disease will claim approximately 600,000 lives this year according to information provided by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). Thus, making heart disease the number one cause of death in America. The truth is, there is a connection between heart health and dental infection. While it may seem bizarre or even impossible to some, oral health and heart disease are indeed linked. Studies have indicated that individuals who have moderate or advanced gum disease (periodontal disease), are […]

How to Stop Snoring – Better Sleep Month


Sleep and dental health is crucial and is considered a very critical component in maintaining optimum health. However, when you or someone you live with snores, that can make getting a good night’s sleep extremely difficult. While snoring can be extremely annoying to listen to, many times it can be indicative of a much larger problem. One example could be obstructive sleep apnea. Many people suffer from this chronic disorder. Those with obstructive sleep apnea often experience pauses in their […]

Mercury-Free Dental fillings – Biological Dentistry Near Me


Many of us have cavities and know what the experience is all about. Maybe it was caused from dry mouth related to medications, perhaps life is hectic, and you have had a hard time getting into a good oral home care routine, maybe you like sugar, maybe you were not able to get dental care because you couldn’t afford it and didn’t have insurance. The list of “maybes,” is truly endless. The truth is that there are thousands of reasons […]

Probiotics and Periodontal Disease

Recent studies have shown a correlative link between an imbalanced gut biome and the presence of chronic inflammatory conditions including periodontal disease. 70% of the immune system resides in the GI tract. Those who have a microbiome with a higher population of harmful bacterial pathogens and less bacterial diversity are more predisposed to developing systemic health conditions as well as dental diseases. Patients who have active periodontal disease are then placed at an even greater risk of developing or having […]

Teeth Reshaping

Teeth Reshaping: Love Your Smile Again In the past, many patients have told us they feel like their teeth are too long. It isn’t uncommon for a tooth to be slightly longer than its neighbors, but if you aren’t comfortable with it, we can help. We want to help you love your smile again, and luckily, we have all the tools you need to do so. Read on to learn more about teeth reshaping and how it can help you […]