Month: January 2016

3 Advantages To Take-Home Teeth Whitening Trays

If you’re looking for a cost-effective but efficient way to whiten your teeth conveniently, you may just be the right candidate for take-home teeth whitening trays. We know in-office whitening treatments aren’t for everyone, that’s why we want to make it as easy as it can be for to have the pearly whites you want…. Read more »

Seniors Guide To Preventing Periodontitis

It can be difficult to perform daily functions with other ailments (like arthritis) that can make these simple tasks excruciatingly painful. But, when it hurts to brush your teeth or stand at the sink too long – how are you supposed to adequately care for your teeth? Do you worry about periodontitis (gum disease)? Besides… Read more »

Are You Practicing Good Oral Hygiene?

If you don’t take good care of your teeth (or mouth, in general) you could end up with an infection, decay, damage, or worst case – even tooth loss. Preventive dentistry is a great way to avoid bacteria from causing these issues in your mouth. Are you practicing good oral hygiene? This is one of… Read more »

Should You See A Specialist?

Just as your general practitioner refers you to other doctors, your dentist can refer you to a specialist if you’re experiencing a problem – such as, gum disease. Often times, patients who are experiencing infection around their gum tissue, Dr. Stubbs will refer them to a periodontist – someone who specializes in gum disease (diagnosis,… Read more »

Should You Get A Filling?

If you’ve never had a cavity, chances are you haven’t had a filling either. Knowing when you have a cavity can be difficult because sometimes, you won’t even experience any symptoms. This is a great reason why you should visit your dentist throughout the year, otherwise, you may have dental issues that you are unaware… Read more »