The Best Foods for Your Oral Health

Strong teeth and healthy gums help you speak, eat, and smile with confidence! According to the American Dental Association (ADA), healthy food choices and eating patterns can help prevent tooth decay and gum disease. That means eating a balanced diet provides essential nutrients for your overall health and oral health. Keep reading to learn about … Continue reading “The Best Foods for Your Oral Health”

How to Enhance Your Smile with Veneers

At Sullivan Family Dental, we offer a variety of cosmetic services, such as Invisalign clear aligner therapy, teeth whitening, crowns, and veneers. Are you disappointed with your smile? In this blog post, we help you determine if veneers are the right cosmetic solution to transform your smile. What Are Veneers? Porcelain veneers are thin shells … Continue reading “How to Enhance Your Smile with Veneers”

Invisalign FAQ

It’s normal to have a ton of questions before committing to an involved dental treatment like Invisalign®. Our team loves when our patients take an active role in their oral healthcare by seeking out additional information so they can make informed decisions. Here are answers to common questions we get about this orthodontic procedure. What … Continue reading “Invisalign FAQ”

Do I Have Sleep Apnea & How Do I Treat It?

An estimated 18 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea, a chronic sleep disorder that negatively affects your energy level and your overall health. In this blog post, we take a look at the common warning signs of sleep apnea, examine its impact on your oral and overall health, and outline some of the treatment options … Continue reading “Do I Have Sleep Apnea & How Do I Treat It?”

Signs You Might Need a Root Canal

Root canal treatment has a bad reputation but thanks to modern technology, techniques, and dental sedation, they’re now less stressful and virtually pain-free! Plus, Sullivan Family Dental offers a variety of financial options, such as our Dental Membership Plan, third-party financing through CareCredit, HSAs, and FSAs. In this blog post, we go over a few … Continue reading “Signs You Might Need a Root Canal”