1. What Your Teeth Are Telling You: Heart Health (Part Two)

    In part one, we examined how dental calculus can be indicative of heart trouble when it builds and builds, even with the best at-home and in-office dental health practices. We also discovered that it’s your calcium levels that can better predict heart disease than fat, which makes K2 a valuable nu…Read More

  2. What Your Teeth Are Telling You: Heart Health (Part One)

    Generally, people will go to the dentist when their teeth hurt, which is a big red flag that tooth decay is imminent! Others are great dental citizens and do their due diligence with a bi-annual teeth cleaning, and then there are those that avoid the dentist altogether. Dental health is crucial and …Read More

  3. Family Dentistry in the Summer

    During the school year you’re able to establish a routine and your family becomes a well-oiled machine in maintaining it — and then summer vacation hits, and any resemblance of a routine goes out the window! Each kid dives into summer vacation exploring their boundaries and what they can get awa…Read More

  4. Nutrients That Support Dental Health: Part One

    In our last post that covered interesting and uncommon information on tartar, vitamin K2 was the star nutrient to support healthy teeth and help to decrease the build-up of tartar. In today’s post, we’ll highlight a couple more nutrients that are beneficial to your pearly whites! Have you had yo…Read More

  5. What We Know About Tartar: Part Two

    Did you read part one of What We Know About Tartar? If you haven’t, go back and explore the fascinating and uncommon information we touched on about tartar. In our previous post, we not only cover how what tartar is and how it is harmful to your dental health but examine how the introduction of fa…Read More

  6. What We Know About Tartar: Part One

    Tartar is a little-known substance that grows and coats our teeth that the lovely dental hygienists get to pick and prod at, at a routine exam! What exactly is tartar and does it lead to tooth decay? Is tartar the result of being lazy and having harmful dental health habits, or is it a result of gen…Read More

  7. When Sippy Cups and Binkies Attack!

    Does your child use a binky (pacifier) or sippy cup on a regular basis? While both objects serve a purpose for your child, they can wreak havoc on their dental health. As a parent or caregiver, you likely spend hours educating yourself on the best care to give your child. From cloth diapers that hel…Read More

  8. Interesting and Uncommon Ways To Protect Your Teeth From Cavities

    We all know the common and accepted ways to prevent cavities — it happens through preventative dental care both at-home and with your local dentist. At home, it’s highly encouraged to brush twice per day and floss at least once, and go to the dentist’s office for a routine teeth cleaning twice…Read More

  9. Common Dental Emergencies Seen In Colorado

    Dental emergencies are not only traumatic, but they can be difficult to navigate for those who don’t have dental experience. After all, we’re trained in first-aid procedures such as “RICE” (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) when we sprain or break a bone or to “stop, drop, and roll” if …Read More

  10. Do Probiotics Belong In Your Dental Care Routine?

    The case for probiotics has been made. They are wonderful for gut health, brain health, and improved immunity. These beneficial bugs can be taken to help support Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and autoimmune diseases including lupus. Because there is such an interest in probiotics and the role they …Read More