Oral Health

How to Stop Bleeding Gums Do you experience bleeding from your gums when you brush your teeth? Don’t be overly alarmed by the sight of blood in the sink. Bleeding from your gums is very common, to the degree that the majority of us will have...

What do you think of when you hear the word acid? There are good chances that you recall the way you feel after eating the extra cheese double pepperoni pizza last week, with heartburn and indigestion, making you feel less than comfortable. You may also...

You’ve heard it all too many times before. Going to the dentist twice a year can help you ensure good oral health is maintained. During the visits, the dentists can also help inform you of preventative measures to take for any issues that may be...

The start of the New Year is the perfect opportunity to take better care of your health, including your oral health. January is a fresh start and ideal for establishing those healthy habits that will see you looking and feeling your very best. Whether it’s...

Do you know what the connection is between your oral health and heart disease? According to research by the American Heart Association, there has been a strong connection seen between gum disease and heart disease. At our Georgetown dental office, open 7 days a week,...

The holiday season is almost here, and this period comes with lots of treats ranging from Halloween candy to Christmas cake and everything in-between. Those delicacies are heaven to the taste buds of your child, but all that sugar puts your child’s teeth at high...

While taking care of your teeth is important, many forget that a good oral hygiene regimen should include caring for your gums. Your gums are the foundation for a healthy mouth. If you are not taking care of your gums, you have an increased risk...

Preventing cavities is readily done with adequate and consistent brushing and flossing habits. Even with the best oral hygiene habits, it’s not always easy to ensure that every tooth crevice has been thoroughly cleaned, especially your molars. The surface of molars is uneven and rough...

The feeling of having food stuck in your throat, experiencing any sort of uneasiness, or having difficulty swallowing can fall in the category of having dysphagia. Although many times, issues in swallowing food can be associated with eating too fast without actually chewing our food...

Are you avoiding hot and cold beverages because they hurt your teeth? If so, you need to schedule an appointment with your local Georgetown dentist and let them know about your sensitive teeth. If you’re having a dental emergency, contact our office. We offer 24/7...