With tax season quickly approaching, you may be wondering what you can claim on your tax return. Here is a helpful guide on what dental treatments and expenses you can claim. Qualifying dental expenses include costs associated with diagnosing, treating, easing, or preventing dental disease, including the services of a dental hygienist or dentist.
Valentine's Day is right around the corner, so make sure that your smile is in tip-top shape with our tips for a healthy smile. From routine brushing to whitening treatments, there's so much you can do to make sure your smile dazzles everyone you see. Call us today to schedule your dental hygiene appointment.
Getting dental X-rays taken during a dental exam may be something you're used to, but you may also wonder if they're safe. They are! And they're also a useful tool for dentists. Learn more and call us to schedule your next appointment.
You know that taking care of your own teeth, but did you know it's also important to take care of your pet's teeth? We've got some tips on how best to improve your pet's oral health.
Halloween is coming up fast. Monster movies abound and many people will be looking for the scariest costume they can find. Consider incorporating some of the scariest teeth into your look.
Snacks are an important part of your child's diet, but not all snacks are created equal. There are even smile-friendly snacks that will benefit your child's teeth!
It's time to go back to school! In addition to buying new notebooks and pencils, backpacks and lunch boxes, make sure your child's smile is back-to-school ready with these tips.
As we age, we may be tempted to let our dental health slide. But we should actually be paying even closer attention to our teeth in order to keep our smile healthy for many years to come.
A whiter smile can improve your confidence and help in your personal and professional interactions. If over-the-counter whitening treatments haven't given you the results you want, consider our professional teeth whitening options!
Pain in your tooth could be more than just an annoyance. Read on for signs you may need a root canal, and call our office to schedule an appointment.