Can Stress Affect Oral Health?
added on: January 14, 2019
woman with stress

Being stressed out is stressful enough, but knowing that constant or repeated high levels of stress can actually affect your health and make you sick certainly doesn’t help either. Too much stress can cause serious health issues throughout the body including heart disease, gastrointestinal problems, and obesity. But the concerns don’t end there. Our dental Read more…


4 FAQs About Dentistry
added on: January 9, 2019
FAQ's

If you have questions about dentistry, you’re not alone. At our dental office in Middletown, we love answering questions from our patients and neighbors in order to help them get a strong, healthy smile. Let’s take a look at four of the most common questions we get asked. Are Dental X-Rays Safe? Dental x-rays are Read more…


Top 5 Most Common Dental Misconceptions
added on: December 28, 2018
frustrated woman

Caring for your smile may seem as simple as brushing and flossing every day and visiting our dental office in West Chester twice a year. While those things are certainly important for oral health, there are some common misconceptions out there that, if followed, can either damage your smile or make your oral hygiene routine Read more…


How to Get Rid of a Canker Sore
added on: December 12, 2018
canker sore

It all started with a slight tingling sensation in your mouth. Then all of a sudden, up pops a canker sore. Now you’re stuck with this uncomfortable and painful blister-like sore. What can you do to get rid of it? Even though there’s no official cure for canker sores, there are some things you can Read more…


To Pull or Not to Pull: Is a Tooth Extraction Your Only Option?
added on: December 10, 2018
young man with toothache

Tooth pain is a pain like no other, and when you have it you’re willing to do just about anything to get rid of it. This includes perhaps not thinking twice when your dentist recommends extracting the tooth that’s causing you pain. But our dental office in Middletown wants you to know that you may Read more…


Acid Reflux & Dental Health
added on: November 27, 2018
man wondering

Even though acid reflux is a condition that originates in the stomach, it can affect other areas of the body, including the mouth. The truth is, people who suffer from acid reflux can be at greater risk for oral health concerns than those who don’t. Our dental office in West Chester is here to help Read more…


How Diabetes Affects Oral Health
added on: November 13, 2018
diabetic testing

When it comes to all of the health complications that can go hand-in-hand with diabetes, oral health is often overlooked. At our Kettering dental office, we want our patients and neighbors to know just how drastically diabetes can affect oral health, and precautions that those with diabetes should take to keep their mouths healthy. The Read more…


Smoking and Your Oral Health
added on: November 7, 2018
man smoking

By now we all know that smoking is bad for our health. It increases the risk for cancer, heart disease, and numerous other problems throughout the body. Your mouth is no exception. This November, during the Great American Smokeout sponsored by the American Cancer Society, our dental office in Middletown wants to help the cause Read more…


Surprising Cavity-Causing Snacks That Are Worse Than Candy
added on: October 24, 2018
girl with jack-o-lantern

With Halloween right around the corner, our dental office in West Chester wants to share a secret with our patients and neighbors. Did you know that there are snacks out there that are worse for your teeth than candy? You heard us right. Candy may not be the scariest thing for your oral health. It’s Read more…


All About Cosmetic Dentistry
added on: October 18, 2018
woman hiding smile

We want you to be proud enough of your smile to show it off to the world. After all, it should make you feel confident, proud, and happy. But we understand that not everyone is born with a naturally straight, white smile. We also know that accidents, age, and some habits can change your grin Read more…


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