You’ve heard the terms in TV ads, seen them in print ads, and perhaps noticed them on the labels of a variety of dental products. But what do the terms plaque, tartar, gingivitis and worse, periodontal disease, really mean?
It’s now officially Springtime! Just as you give your home a thorough spring cleaning, we would like to remind you that your mouth needs one too
Maintaining your oral health relies on good oral hygiene practices! Tooth decay & gum disease are by far the most prevalent forms of dental disease today, and too many people still don’t realize that poor dental health can also pose significant general health problems.
It’s estimated that 4 out of 5 adults have some form of periodontal disease and don’t even know it, remaining unaware of the problem until the damage is visible, because the disease is usually painless in its early stages.