A Caregiver’s Guide to Dental Care

There is not one right way or one wrong way to provide dental care to people with disabilities. Sometimes it requires patience and skill, and sometimes it requires no assistance at all! Usually, it’s somewhere between. Whatever the circumstance may be, we always find success when we focus on dignity, respect, and compassion.

Chemotherapy and Your Mouth

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Are you being treated with chemotherapy for cancer? While chemotherapy helps treat cancer, it often causes many side effects. Some of these problems impact the mouth and could cause you to delay or stop treatment. To help prevent serious problems, it is recommended to see a dentist one month before starting chemotherapy. How does chemotherapy affect the mouth? Chemotherapy drugs … Read More

February 9: Toothache Day!

We feel your pain! Unfortunately, it is impossible to know what is causing your pain without a bit of investigating.We promise to get you out of pain as quickly as we can!

I have WHAT?

Gum disease is more common than you think. Since February is gum disease awareness month, we want to make sure you are aware!

Frequently Asked Questions: Part 1

Location, parking, accessibility, money stuff! We want to answer all of your questions! Here are some of the most commonly asked questions.