Spring Means Blooms, Sunshine & Oral Cancer Screenings

added on: April 30, 2021

April is oral cancer awareness month. While not as delightful as the other signs of spring – blooming trees and longer days – a focus on early detection is a beautiful thing. While oral cancer (oral cavity and oropharynx cancers collectively) accounts for almost 3% of all cancers diagnosed annually… Read More…

Posted In: Oral Health

How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Remake Your Smile after Tooth Damage, Loss, or Decay

added on: March 31, 2021

More than half of all respondents in a recent poll said they were insecure about the appearance of their teeth. If tooth damage, loss, or decay has you covering your mouth, take heart in knowing that you’re not destined to a tight-lipped smile forever! Thanks to cosmetic dentistry, there are… Read More…


Ouch! Do I Have Sensitive Teeth?

added on: March 3, 2021

Have you ever winced with sudden pain after gulping an icy beverage or slurping a spoonful of hot soup? If so, you’re likely one of the 40 million Americans the Academy of General Dentistry estimates experience tooth sensitivity each year. What causes tooth sensitivity? Tooth sensitivity (i.e., dentin hypersensitivity) occurs… Read More…


How Often Should I Brush My Teeth

added on: January 31, 2021

In an ideal world, we would all have a travel-sized toothbrush, toothpaste, and floss ready for use after every meal, snack, and coffee break. Realistically, however, this level of oral hygiene adherence rarely (if ever) occurs. So, what does that mean for those of us who generally go all day… Read More…


5 Tips to Maintain Healthy Teeth During the Holidays

added on: December 31, 2020

The holidays are here and with them come all the joys of the season – lights and decorations, time with friends and family, and those special treats we only get this time of year. Unfortunately, the special treats we love so much can lead to damaged teeth and an unwanted… Read More…


Dental Insurance – What You Need to Know

added on: November 30, 2020

Unlike homeowner’s or automobile insurance, dental insurance is something you definitely WANT to use. Other insurance plans are often designed to cover a loss. For example, your homeowner’s insurance will reimburse you if you lose your home to a fire or natural disaster and if your car is damaged in… Read More…


Tongue Brushing, Really?

added on: October 30, 2020

You know brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing are staples of good oral hygiene, but is brushing your tongue really necessary? In short, yes. Why is my tongue important? Though the tongue often plays second fiddle to your pearly whites, it’s actually a critical body part. Without a… Read More…

Posted In: Dental Hygiene

Traditional Braces & Invisalign : How Are They Different?

added on: September 30, 2020

From lifestyle to bristle type, there are a number of reasons why your gums might feel sore or swollen while brushing your teeth. Common causes include: Brushing Incorrectly As dental professionals, we encourage brushing twice a day, but to reap the benefits of good oral hygiene it needs to be… Read More…


Why Replacing Lost Teeth is Important

added on: August 26, 2020
Tooth Replacement Options Lutherville-Timonium

For those individuals that have lost their teeth or have been suffering from missing teeth, it is important to understand how critical it is to address the issue. The reality is that nobody would like to live their life with missing teeth.  In addition to it looking very awkward, it… Read More…


Are You Going to Need Dentures?

added on: July 24, 2020
Dentures

Did you know that this year in the United States alone, the number of adults expected to be wearing dentures is a whopping 37.9 million? That’s about 4.3 million more people than just 30 years ago! So, you’re not alone if you think you may be headed down that path…. Read More…


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