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.

Is There a Link between Obesity and Oral Health?

Is There a Link between Obesity and Oral Health?

Is There a Link between Obesity and Oral Health?

Although many people know about obesity and consider it an epidemic, very few know that a link exists between obesity and oral health. Dr. Allan Mulandi says that it is important to make some lifestyle changes since there are clear signs of periodontal disease in...

Gum Disease – The Missing Link to Your Health

You may be sitting in the waiting room of your dentist’s office filling out your health history and wondering “Why is this form so long? I am here just for a cleaning; why does this all matter?”  You may be tempted to check off “No” on all the conditions listed.  I...
Have You Experienced Oral Thrush?

Have You Experienced Oral Thrush?

In much the same way that vaginal yeast infections can occur for women, oral yeast infections happen as well, say Dr. Allan Mulandi. When the normal level of yeast in your mouth gets out of whack, it can cause the yeast to multiply and lead to the development of an...
Good Dental Health may Help Prevent Pneumonia

Good Dental Health may Help Prevent Pneumonia

Scientists have discovered a strong connection between good dental health and good overall health in general, especially with regard to the prevention of pneumonia. A major study which was recently conducted found that patients who made no visits whatsoever to a...
Potential Link Between Cancer and Gum Disease

Potential Link Between Cancer and Gum Disease

No one debates the power of a bright healthy smile. Practicing proper oral hygiene is the best way to maintain your pearly whites. Failure to care for your teeth and gums properly can lead to cavities and other oral health issues like periodontal disease....
What Symptoms Are Caused by Teething?

What Symptoms Are Caused by Teething?

Teething can tough on you and your infant as all of their baby teeth come in. According to Dr. Tim Brooks, your child gets their first tooth at about 6 months, and all 20 teeth by 30 months. Knowing what to expect can help you deal with the many issues associated with...
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