What Causes Migraines?

There’s a medical condition that affects over 39 million Americans. It has no known cause, no known cure, and treatment can vary in success from person to person. We’re talking about migraines and for a good reason. June is National Migraine & Headache Awareness Month, a time for medical professionals, including your dentist in Cary, … Continued

Does Asthma Cause Cavities?

Asthma is one of the most common diseases in America and affects approximately 25 million Americans. While asthma mainly affects the lungs and respiratory system, your dentist in Cary knows that there is also a lesser-known connection between asthma and problems with oral health. A Look at the Research The hypothesis that asthma sufferers also … Continued

4 Ways to Avoid a Dental Emergency

Nobody wants to experience a dental emergency but the truth is, they happen. While many times a dental emergency is unavoidable or is a result of an unexpected accident, your dentist in Cary wants you to know that there are some ways you can reduce your risk of a dental emergency. Don’t Smoke. One of … Continued

Why You Should Always Brush Your Tongue

Your dentist in Cary may spend a lot of time talking about the health of your teeth and the best way to take care of them. After all, dentists are responsible for doing everything they can to make sure your pearly whites stay strong for a lifetime. But there’s another part of your oral health … Continued

3 Easy Tips to Help Tackle Your Dental Fear

This time of year, there’s football and Halloween fun festivities. There’s also a lot of fright and anxiety going on, and your dentist in Cary isn’t referring to haunted houses and ghosts. We’re talking to the patients who genuinely dread having a dental appointment looming on their calendar like a ghastly, ghostly goblin. We’re here … Continued

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