While most people have thirty-two permanent teeth that develop (including the wisdom teeth) some people’s permanent teeth never grow in at all.
A healthy tongue is incredibly important for a healthy mouth.
We dentists make a pretty big deal about fluoride and how good it is for your teeth.
For the average person, you only see your dentist twice a year. While you may think going to the dentist simply requires you to show up and open wide, it’s important to take advantage of each and every dental visit!
The truth is, our teeth are amazing! Without them we wouldn’t be able to speak, eat, sing, or smile properly.
Brushing our teeth is something we do everyday. And yet it’s easy to fall into a routine of bad habits if we’re not careful!
Have you ever heard of a person being “tongue-tied” or “lip-tied”? As dental professionals, we care about the health of your mouth as a whole, not just your teeth.
The tooth fairy is one of many childhood fantasy figures we remember fondly. We lost our baby teeth, stuck them under our pillow, and the mysterious tooth fairy would swap our teeth out for money! What could be better?