National Gum Care Month Is a Good Reminder for You To Prevent Gum Disease

September is National Gum Care Month. This month is a good time to reflect on your dental health and commit to taking better care of your gums. Sometimes, we forget gums and the underlying bone, help keep teeth in securely and in place. When gums are damaged or diseased you risk losing your teeth. Protecting... Read more »

Recognize National Fresh Breath Day With Fresh Breath!

The mouth is home to millions of bacteria, both good and bad. Did you know, half of the bacteria in your mouth can lead to bad breath? How Halitosis Thrives Halitosis, or bad breath, has quite a few causes and it’s not those garlicky, oniony foods you like so much. Eating pungent food, chronic dry... Read more »

Dental Implants Are a Solution to Replacing Lost Teeth

When it comes to your smile, taking care of your teeth is an investment in not only good oral health but fully-body health as well. With tooth loss, even missing one tooth can affect you in multiple ways and cause problems you may have never even considered: emotional distress, shifting teeth, chewing and speech difficulties,… Read more »

Bad Habits to Avoid If You Want Healthy Teeth and Gums

As humans, we are regularly developing habits, whether good or bad. Unfortunately, bad habits are quite common, and a lot of them are formed unintentionally. Many times we develop habits that aren’t good for us without even being aware of it, and often these habits can cause problems, pain, and cost a lot of money… Read more »

Your Toothbrush Has Come a Long Way to Keep Your Teeth and Gums Healthy

Your toothbrush is one of the most important tools you have in your home to keep your pearly whites healthy and beautiful. Used properly for two minutes twice a day, your toothbrush will help to ward off tooth decay, gum disease and even bad breath. While toothbrushes today have come a long way, even ancient... Read more »

An update to Our Patients: Coronavirus/COVID-19

DentaQuest Oral Health Center has been closely monitoring the developments of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic over the past several weeks. As local, state and federal governments; the Centers for Disease Control; and national and state dental professional organizations work to understand the disease and its spread, we have monitored their guidelines closely and continue to provide… Read more »

A Message To Our Patients: Coronavirus/Covid-19 Update

In light of the recent Coronavirus/COVID-19 developments… The health and safety of our patients and employees is DentaQuest Oral Health Center’s top priority. We have implemented additional safeguard measures and are continuing to see scheduled patients as usual. Please be aware, in order to continue providing the highest quality care, we have implemented additional steps… Read more »

Why Is Children’s Dental Health so Important?

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month There is an increasing agreement and understanding that oral health is directly related to overall health. February is National Children’s Dental Health Month (NCDHM), which brings awareness to the importance of developing good oral health habits at an early age to support a lifetime of overall health. It… Read more »

A Year in Review: 2019

AMERICANS OVERWHELMINGLY AGREE: Preventive care is key to a better oral health system and improved overall health. Over 85% of Americans believe their oral health is “very” or “extremely” important to their overall health. People are beginning to understand the mouth-body connection and the importance of oral health. This knowledge is the foundation of our… Read more »

New Year’s Resolution: Address Your Bad Breath and Boost Your Self-Confidence Levels!

If you find yourself with bad breath or have had someone remark on your breath, you might be experiencing halitosis. Bad breath may come and go depending on what food you are eating or if you have “morning breath,” common in those who tend to breathe through the mouth. Still, the most common culprit is... Read more »