Tag: gum disease
- June 23, 2017
We’ve all had bad breath at one time or another. When it’s related to food, it will go away with a little time.
When it’s related to an oral health problem, however, your halitosis may require a little more...
- June 16, 2017
We know how hot it can get in the summer in Columbia, SC. So, our dentist office has a few tips to help you keep your smile looking its best during this time of year.
One suggestion is to...
- April 23, 2017
A vast majority of people will experience gum disease at one time or another. If you do, we welcome you to visit our dentist office in Columbia, SC.
We offer non-surgical gum disease treatment...
- February 22, 2017
To wrap up Gum Disease Awareness Month, we have a special message for women who are pregnant or plan to be pregnant in the near future.
This is a special time in your life, but there is something you...
- February 15, 2017
Family dentistry doesn’t start when you walk into the dentist office. It starts at home.
Don’t misunderstand us. Regular professional dental cleanings should be part of your family’s oral care routine. Even so, the...
- February 8, 2017
How often do you floss between your teeth? The American Dental Association recommends flossing daily, but a recent survey revealed that only 4 in 10 people say that they do.
If you are one of the 6 in 10...
- February 1, 2017
Make a list of five people. They can be people in your family, your co-workers, or people you know in passing. Now pick one name on that list. That person is the lucky one.
Statistically, the other four people...
- November 23, 2016
It’s almost National Flossing Day (the day after Thanksgiving). This is not the most popular celebration in the United States. It is a reminder that flossing plays a role in the fight against gum disease...
- October 23, 2016
Who is your family dentist? Maybe a better question is this: Who should be your family dentist?
If you live in or near Columbia, SC, our dentist office would love the opportunity...
- August 8, 2016
Gum disease is a thief.
It can develop slowly, although it doesn’t really hide the fact that it’s in your mouth. Over time, it can rob you of your healthy smile. That includes removing some or even all of...