4 Bad Habits To Kick for the Sake of Your Oral Health

4 Bad Habits To Kick for the Sake of Your Oral Health

A healthy mouth with strong teeth, firm gums, and a pink tongue means a more confident smile, less discomfort, and an overall better quality of life. Oral care is an important part of one’s health, wellness, and overall living conditions. Many daily habits can influence one’s oral health. Some habits like flossing and brushing your teeth are good, playing an... read more »

What Is CEREC Technology and Why We Use It at Pinnacle Dental Associates

CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics) technology is a revolutionary advancement in dentistry that allows for the creation of dental restorations, inlays, onlays and veneers in a single visit to the dentist. What Are Its Advantages? -Single visit convenience: One of the most significant advantages of CEREC is the ability to complete dental restorations in a single visit.  Traditional... read more »

Four Essential Dental Products to Own

The saying goes that a craftsman is only as good as their tools. So it only makes sense that a person’s teeth are only as good as their dental products. Having the proper products to practice regular dental hygiene is one of the best ways to ensure you’ll get a clean bill of health at your next dental check-up. Of... read more »

Personal Dental Goals to Set in 2023

It’s never too late in the year to start setting new goals; keeping them is usually the trick. By now, 43 percent of people have already failed their New Year’s Resolutions as the excitement of a new start steadily wears off. But when it comes to things like your dental health, there’s no time like the present to embrace new... read more »

Dentistry For Kids & Toddlers

  Is getting your kids interested in their dental hygiene akin to pulling teeth? Unfortunately, when we're younger, we might not understand the importance of regular tooth brushing and flossing. As a parent, it can be difficult and frustrating to try and entice, cajole or plead with children not to forget about their crucial tooth care. At the end of... read more »

Tips for Finding the Best Dentist for Teenagers

As children become teenagers, parents often have to step back and let their kids start figuring things out for themselves. However, teens can sometimes struggle to keep up with the best habits when it comes to dental health. Even the most responsible teenager might miss one of their twice-daily toothbrushing sessions while staying up studying. After all, it’s hard to... read more »

Don’t Let Candy Destroy Your Tooth Health This Holiday Season

It’s obvious why so many children love the holidays. After all, who wouldn’t love a season dedicated to eating huge amounts of candy and sugary sweets. Even parents might indulge in a little extra sugar during the spooky season and beyond. But with all that additional sweetness in our holiday diets, our dental health can start to suffer. So why... read more »

Pumpkin Spice Lattes & Your Oral Health

The days are getting shorter, the air has that crisp chill, and the leaves are changing their colors. After a year of waiting, pumpkin spice season has finally returned. But while you’re loading up on your yearly supply of autumnal lattes, teas, and pastries, it’s worth taking a moment to consider your fall dental health. As delicious as our favorite... read more »

5 Facts about Tooth Loss

Though tooth loss is common in America, many people aren’t aware of the risk factors and treatments for this condition until after they’re already facing an extraction. Here are five things to know about tooth loss, how to prevent it, and the best way to get your smile back if you have a tooth removed.   1. Gum Disease is... read more »