Gum Disease and…Pregnancy Complications? What the Latest Research Shows

Gum Disease and…Pregnancy Complications? What the Latest Research Shows

January 8, 2020 Let’s do a quick pop quiz on the link between oral health and overall health. What are the benefits of regularly taking care of your teeth and gums? Better chance of avoiding sickness Decreased odds for diabetes, heart disease, and other diseases Helps in avoiding pregnancy complications A high-five from an impressed … Read more

Weekly Wisdom: How to Achieve Operational Excellence

Weekly Wisdom: How to Achieve Operational Excellence

  In this episode of Weekly Wisdom, Alex Zlatin describes how to achieve operational excellence in your practice.     Subscribe to Oral Health’s weekly e-newsletter to have the latest episode delivered straight to your inbox each week! The post Weekly Wisdom: How to Achieve Operational Excellence appeared first on Oral Health Group. View Original Source

What is an Endodontist? – Tru Family Dental

What is an endodontist

If you’re here, you’re already familiar with dentists. They’re the doctors keeping your mouth in tip-top shape — twice a year, if you follow our general guidelines. But sometimes our oral health is more complex, requiring a specialist, like an orthodontist, periodontist, maxillofacial surgeon, or endodontist. Here’s what you need to know before seeing an … Read more

Celebrate National Dentist’s Day this Saturday!

Celebrate National Dentist's Day this Saturday!

Celebrate National Dentist’s Day this Saturday! 13 Saturday, March 6 is National Dentist’s Day! Celebrated annually, National Dentist’s Day is an opportunity to show appreciation for the dentists and dental specialists who keep our mouths healthy, including general dentists, pediatric dentists, orthodontists, oral surgeons and prosthodontists. As part of our celebration, we’ve combed history to … Read more

History of Women in Dentistry

History of Women in Dentistry

As we celebrate National Women’s History Month, we want to recognize women who made history in the world of dentistry. Women could not practice dentistry until the mid-1800s. Through hard work, powerful wills, and determination, these are some of the women who changed everything. The women who said yes, when the world said no. The … Read more

The Right Time for Your Child’s First Dental Visit

The Right Time for Your Child’s First Dental Visit

February 12, 2020 When should your child visit the dentist for the first time? All things considered, the earlier the better. Studies have shown that visiting the dentist at an early age (around 1-2 years old), followed by regular dental visits, is positively correlated with lifelong oral health. Teeth and gum health is important for … Read more