Maintaining Long-Term Oral Health Requires Several Measures

Preventing problems with tooth decay, gum disease, oral cancer and other oral health maladies can go a long way toward maintaining your quality of life. Of course, maintaining good oral health is about more than occasionally brushing and flossing your teeth. In fact, it incorporates several factors and each are of equal importance. To that end, your dentist, Dr. Christopher... read more »

How to Avoid Gum Disease

Oral bacteria which is not removed daily with a good brushing and flossing routine can lead to inflammation of the gum tissue--or gingivitis. If this bacteria is left in the mouth, it creates toxins that irritate sensitive gum tissue, which you might notice because it can cause your gums to swell and bleed when you brush and floss. You can... read more »