For Emergencies Call: 954-584-1030

dentist

Help Us Celebrate National Dentist’s Day on March 6

When you have a dentist that you love and who you trust with an important role in your good health and well-being, National Dentist’s Day is a great opportunity to show your appreciation. This special day is a wonderful time to show your dentist the love for their dedication to making your smile terrific. However,

read more

The Basics of Canker Sores

Canker sores are painful small, round or oval sores that appear in the mouth. They are one of the most common oral conditions with more than half of all people experiencing them. Canker sores may appear on any soft tissue such as gums, tongue, cheeks, or inside the lips. Often this condition is recurrent and

read more

The Latest Technology for the Early Detection of Oral Cancer

Nearly fifty thousand Americans will be diagnosed with oral cancer this year and it will kill approximately one person every hour. The rate of death for oral cancer is even higher than that of other cancers including cervical, testes, thyroid, and endocrine among others. Therefore, early diagnosis and treatment is essential. The causes of oral

read more

A New Smile for a New Year

The celebration of a new year carries a very special symbolism as many people resolve to make a fresh effort to take actions that will improve their lives, making them better and healthier. Having a smile that you can be proud to show can increase your self-confidence, self-esteem, happiness and overall mental health. Recent studies

read more

Why You Might Have a Metallic Taste in Your Mouth

If you’re experiencing an unpleasant metallic taste in your mouth, you’re probably wondering what might be causing it. In fact, there can be many causes and it may be a symptom of a more serious health concern. Distortion of taste can also cause other serious issue, as taste is required for identifying spoiled foods and

read more

Why and How to Clean Your Tongue

Although it’s vital to brush and floss your teeth regularly, if you’re not cleaning your tongue, your oral hygiene routine is not complete. Your tongue is covered in bacteria, which are concealed within all the crevices between the taste buds and other areas. These bacteria can’t just be rinsed away with water or mouthwash. They

read more