We have an upcoming event that we would like to share with you. Dr. Kelly is hosting a charitable event where his band, Bengal (check them out here) will play. Proceeds for the event will go towards Dr. Kelly’s El Salvador Mission Trip. Drinks including wine and beer will be served. The event will take
Hello! Dr. Kelly here. I wanted to discuss a topic that I commonly get asked about- “oil pulling”. Most patients want to know if it works or what I think about it. Well I’ve done my Google searching in the past and here are my thoughts as of now. Oil pulling, or also known as kavala
[p1vc-video] Dental extractions are among the easiest and best ways to get relief from a toothache. As the name implies, an extraction involves removing the tooth. If your pulp has died or the tooth has become severely infected, extraction may be your only route. Depending on the tooth, the dentist can do either a simple
[p1vc-video] Cavities can best be described as tooth decay. As we all know, tooth decay is influenced by what we eat, how we take care of our teeth, and the amount of fluoride in our toothpastes. If your family has a history of tooth disease or teeth problems, then you may inherit it that way.
While oral health is mostly linked with the mouth and the throat, you would be surprised by how much your oral health impacts other parts of the body. If you take care of your mouth, it will resonate with the rest of your body and you will feel the good (or bad) effects all throughout.
We are having a free dental day on September 26, 2015. It’s first come, first serve (1st 50 people). All are welcome.
Your teeth may be discolored due to the natural aging process, stains from coffee, tea, soda and tobacco, tartar and plaque buildup, or trauma to the teeth that can cause discoloration. Whatever the reason may be, teeth whitening is one of the most common procedures to recover or achieve that dream smile you’ve always
[p1vc-video] No matter how well you brush your teeth or how long you spend brushing, if you don’t floss as part of the process, you have not properly performed your oral health routine. The American Dental Association recommends flossing because brushing alone does not thoroughly clean out your mouth. There are some areas in your
[p1vc-video] When it comes to health, a proper diet is essential. Your dental health is both affected directly and indirectly by the food you eat. For example, the amount of sugar that you consume affects the surface of your teeth. The more sugar you consume, the more bacteria has a chance to grow in your mouth,
Bad breath, also called halitosis, is one of the many problems that people have in oral care. There are numerous causes for bad breath, including bad dental habits, but they can also be indicative of other health problems, and exacerbated by diet and lifestyle. What Causes Bad Breath? Foods with strong odors are digested by