Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. It is also linked to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke, and other health problems. Check out our blog post where we take a look at gum disease, including how we treat it.
You may not be able to see them, but your tooth’s roots are an essential part of your overall oral health. Read our blog post for some tips to protect your tooth’s roots and lessen your chances of requiring root canal treatment.
As your baby begins to teeth, you’ll likely start thinking about future dental appointments and milestones. In this blog post we’ll look at some dental milestones your child should be reaching as he or she matures.
Halloween is just around the corner and this spooky day is filled with many sweet treats. However, it’s important to protect your child’s teeth from the ghoulish side effects of sugar! Check out our blog post for some tips to help you navigate Halloween and your little one’s oral health.
Did you know that teeth are made up of minerals including calcium and phosphate? Over time, you start to lose some of the minerals in your teeth which can make you more susceptible to cavities and decay. However, don’t fret! There are natural ways to help remineralize and strengthen your teeth to ensure that you continue to maintain a healthy, beautiful smile! Read our blog post for details.
Did you know that dental cavities are one of the most common dental problems that people get? In this blog post we are excited to provide you with some key tips to help you avoid developing cavities and tooth decay!
Dental hygiene is so important when you’re going through orthodontic treatment. When you have appliances such as metal braces or clear aligners over your teeth, it’s vital to take the extra time to ensure that your teeth and gums are getting properly cleaned and cared for. Check out our blog post for some pointers to help you maintain great oral health while straightening your smile!
Sugar is oh so sweet—until you realize the extensive damage that it can cause to your teeth! But even though sugar is damaging to your teeth, there are sugar alternatives that are just as delicious and can actually be good for your oral health! Check out our blog post for a look at these sweet alternatives.
Where to Find Us
We're conveniently located in the Shoppes at River Bend, just off of 46 West. When you book an appointment, we reserve that block specifically for you so you can have valuable, one-on-one time with your dentist. We want to get to know you as a person and make meaningful relationships with our Columbus, Indiana community. We hope you’ll stop by sometime soon!