With years of training and access to the most advanced techniques and technologies available, a good dental practitioner is there to guide patients towards a healthier smile and fix any dental issues that might exist or come up. Because of this, it’s important to find a practitioner you’re comfortable with and to develop a close relationship with them. The better your dentist knows you, the better they can administer personalized care. Read more about why this is important in the articles below.
By Dr. Carothers / December 30, 2019
In today's world, finding information on anyone or anything is fairly easy using the internet. Information is readily available with...
By Dr. Carothers / December 18, 2019
Root canal treatment has developed a widely negative reputation causing it to be one of the more intimidating procedures commonly...
By Dr. Carothers / August 30, 2019
Regular visits to your dentist are one of the best ways to prevent major dental health issues. However, only making...
By Dr. Carothers / July 17, 2019
Your oral health is about more than just your teeth. Your dental professional takes care of your teeth, the bones...
By Dr. Carothers / July 5, 2019
As technology advances, the tools and equipment used in dental procedures do as well. Many patients are familiar with examinations...
By Dr. Carothers / April 15, 2019
While it is recommended to pay a visit to the dentist every 6 months in order to prevent serious dental...
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While regular professional care is a crucial part of maintaining good oral health, it’s equally paramount to practice good dental hygiene every day on your own. Oral health is closely tied to the overall health of the entire body, so developing informed dental habits and sticking to them is an important key to maintaining a healthy body. We go over some of these recommended habits and practices in the articles below.
Remember that these are all general tips, so always discuss any matters of dental hygiene with a professional to determine the best practices for your individual needs.
By Dr. Carothers / October 15, 2019
The last several years have seen a lot of shifts in the quality of consumer products. With the rise of...
By Dr. Carothers / August 14, 2019
Periodontal disease affects millions of Americans, many of whom are not even aware of its presence. Becoming aware of it...
By Dr. Carothers / June 20, 2019
The information available on the link between your oral health and your body’s health has increased in recent years. Not...
By Dr. Carothers / June 5, 2019
You may have heard many different suggestions for the best ways to brush your teeth. From how long you should...
By Dr. Carothers / January 17, 2017
When you see a positive sign on a pregnancy test, your first thought is probably not to share the good...
By Dr. Carothers / August 25, 2016
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Sometimes, the most important dental procedures we undergo are less about health and more about appearance, confidence, and having our best smile possible. From teeth whitening to veneers, crowns, bridges and more, cosmetic dentistry offers a wide range of options to improve one’s smile and confidence for life. Read more about these options in the articles below.
By Dr. Carothers / October 18, 2019
Everyone wants to have that perfectly white Hollywood smile, so naturally, the topic of teeth whitening comes up frequently. With...
By Dr. Carothers / September 17, 2018
What is one of the first things you notice about someone you meet? For many people, they notice someone’s smile....
By Dr. Carothers / February 9, 2018
Watch any Hollywood awards show, and you’ll see celebrities flash their bright smile as they walk the red carpet. Did...
By Dr. Carothers / May 29, 2016
Missing a tooth? A toothless smile on a baby is adorable. But on an adult, not so much. If...
By Dr. Carothers / May 1, 2016
Should You Consider Cosmetic Dentistry? Maybe you had a perfect set of pearly whites, but time took its toll. A...
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