Your Teeth Now

This stage of tooth development is all about maintaining great oral health and keeping what we have in good condition. All permanent teeth are in, and now it’s our job to keep our teeth healthy and happy for the next 50+ years.

Oral Health At This Age

It’s important to catch any potential problems early. Receiving a check up and cleaning every 6 months plays a major role in avoiding any major problems. A truly important key to optimum dental health is limiting processed foods and overly sugary drinks, brushing at least twice a day, and flossing every day. If you chose to only floss once a day, flossing at night is the best time to do it.

If dental pain arises, come visit us for a diagnosis and we’ll help coordinate steps to bring your teeth back to a better place. If you’re missing teeth and ready for replacements, looking for straighter teeth, or even whiter teeth, these all can be achieved by paying us a visit.


Keep those chompers strong!


Teens aren’t too cool to care for their teeth!


Keep that smile sparkly and healthy.