When most people think of choosing health plans, their primary focus is typically for medical matters. But dental insurance is just as important.
People who have the experienced the loss of a tooth can understand the harm it can cause to their appearance and self-image.
If you struggle with fear or anxiety when it comes time to visit the dentist, you’re not alone. Millions of people across the United States suffer with dental phobias.
Think of tooth decay as public enemy #1 when it comes to your oral health. Left untreated, it opens the door to a host of more serious complications.
According to a recent survey, a person’s smile is the feature that makes the most memorable first impression.
When the unexpected happens, it’s time to act. At the office of Dental Life, our experienced staff is well prepared to address a wide range of dental emergencies.
In addition to following all official guidelines to protect ourselves and others from the spread of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19), it’s also essential to take steps to prevent the emergence of…
Bad breath is quite unpleasant. People don’t want it coming from their own mouths or the mouths of others.
Dental pain, injuries to your mouth or jaws, a broken tooth…these are all conditions that signal something’s wrong and requires immediate attention.
Life is hectic enough without having to worry about scheduling dental visits for you and your family.