Author: Megan Bryant

  • Dental Benefits Are Back!

    Dental Benefits Are Back!

    Welcome to 2023! With the new year comes new beginnings, resolutions, and the best part – insurance resets! Dental insurance benefits typically reset at the beginning of the year, making room for you to get preventative care and any needed dental treatment either free or at a more accessible price. Oral health has been shown […]

  • What Those Gum Measurements Really Mean about Your Oral Health

    What Those Gum Measurements Really Mean about Your Oral Health

    We know that dental visits can be stressful for a lot of patients. So when you’re leaning back and the hygienist starts poking your gums with a metal instrument while saying a series of numbers, you might be wondering what exactly is going on. Not to worry — what we’re doing is called periodontal charting, […]

  • Keeping Your Smile Healthy for Dental Hygiene Month

    Keeping Your Smile Healthy for Dental Hygiene Month

    Every year in October we celebrate National Dental Hygiene Month! This is the time of the year when we recognize the work dental hygienists do, and help raise awareness on the importance of good oral health. As your partner in oral health, your dental hygienist helps to keep your teeth clean and educate on and […]

  • Should you consider getting dental implants?

    Should you consider getting dental implants?

    September is National Dental Implant Awareness Month! A time to spread awareness about the benefits of dental implants and how they can benefit a patient’s life. Dental implants are a great solution for missing teeth. They are suitable for patients of varying ages who have lost teeth due to injury, illness or gum disease. Dental […]

  • I have a toothache, what does it mean?

    I have a toothache, what does it mean?

    Having a toothache is no fun, especially when you’re not sure what’s causing it. The pain can begin to affect your quality of life and even limit your ability to eat, depending on how severe it is. It’s important to see your dentist and find the root of the problem — pun intended! — so […]

  • Overcoming Dental Anxiety

    Overcoming Dental Anxiety

    May is National Mental Health Month — a time to fight stigma, provide support, educate the public and advocate for policies that support people with mental illness and their families. Many people struggle with anxiety every day to the point where it can roll over into basic tasks such as going to the dentist. Having […]

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