Welcome back! We are happy to announce we have re-opened the office and have resumed providing dental care to the community, with additional safety protocols.

How to Prevent the Gum Disease Known as Gingivitis?

How to Prevent the Gum Disease Known as Gingivitis?

How to Prevent the Gum Disease Known as Gingivitis?

Do your gums bleed when you floss? Do they look red and puffy when you’re done brushing? These are symptoms of early-stage gum disease, known as gingivitis. It’s a condition that can be reversed, but it means taking a more proactive approach to oral care. It’s...
When do You Need Oral Surgery?

When do You Need Oral Surgery?

Just the term “oral surgery” can cause many people anxiety. It may make you think there is something seriously wrong that you need to undergo such an extensive procedure. However, many oral surgical procedures address common issues. Oftentimes, you are not aware that...

What can you do to take care of your tongue and oral health?

Most people are aware of how important it is for their oral health to brush and floss your teeth every day. But many people overlook taking care of their tongue. Think about it. Your tongue is a necessary part of eating, tasting, swallowing, and speaking. Did you know...
Reasons to Not Delay Dental Care

Reasons to Not Delay Dental Care

Have you spotted a possible cavity in one of your teeth? Are your gums sore? Sometimes the temptation is to wait until it starts to bother you more before scheduling an appointment with your Mount Washington Valley, NH dentist. Delaying dental care can end with some...
Vaping and Oral Health

Vaping and Oral Health

With the rise of health risks associated with cigarettes, many have turned to vaping as a promised or perceived healthier alternative. This has made e-cigarettes popular over the last few years. However, what many have not considered is the impact the chemicals used...
Oral Care During Cold & Flu Season

Oral Care During Cold & Flu Season

Most of your focus is on feeling better when you have a cold or the flu. It’s just as important to care for your mouth and teeth when you are sick too. Of course, it’s necessary to practice good oral hygiene all year round, but it becomes even more important when you...
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