The Dangers of Gum Disease

You may be aware of the fact that gum disease can cause bad breath, loose teeth, and even damage to your jawbone. But were you aware of the fact that gum disease can have ramifications beyond your mouth? Your oral health can impact your overall health to a much greater degree than you may have thought. Gum disease is caused... read more »

Prevent Tooth Loss With These Three Tips

You can actively prevent tooth loss from taking hold of your smile. This matters, because losing a tooth doesn't just affect your appearance, but it affects oral health and can even cause misalignment in your smile. Naturally, Dr. Henry Danziger, strives to save damaged teeth whenever possible you can take an active part in tooth loss prevention as well. Let's take... read more »

Is Your Mouthwash Serving Its Purpose?

Is your mouthwash serving its purpose? Mouthwash is a variety of dental cleaner that carries a wide variety of oral health benefits. Depending on your smile’s needs, choose a mouthwash that can safely and effectively help make your smile shine and give you the oral health care you strive for. Be careful about which products to use, as some are... read more »

Bi-Annual Teeth Cleanings: What You Should Know

Do you ever stay away from your dentist just because it slips your mind? While we understand that your time is important, you should visit our dentist twice every six months for a routine checkup. Again, we understand that visiting our dentist twice a year may seem excessive, but skipping these bi-annual cleanings can lead to a number of issues.... read more »

What Can Mouthwash Do for Your Mouth

As you may know, some very popular foods could lead to problems with your breath. For that reason—along with a few others—many people use breath mints and chewing gum to freshen their breath. While these are useful options, they only mask bad breath without addressing the root of the problem. In other words, if you're interested in improving your breath,... read more »

Gum Disease: Prevention and Treatment

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is an extremely common oral health problem in the United States. In fact, most adults probably have some form of it. Although it starts out rather benignly, it can result in the loss of teeth, bone structure, and other tissue. It is important to be able to treat gum disease, but prevention is... read more »

Keep Your Teeth Strong as You Age

You probably know that you should care for your smile to avoid problems like tooth decay, gum disease, and even bad breath, but did you know that caring for your smile now can ensure a better future? You’ve probably heard that teeth weaken as you age, but did you know they aren’t meant to? In fact, your teeth are incredibly... read more »