An Oral Cancer Screening Helps with Early Diagnosis

As you grow older your chances of suffering from oral or pharyngeal cancer will statistically start to increase. However, increased risk factors such as a family history of oral cancer, tobacco use, and alcohol abuse can increase your chances of developing oral cancer at any age. Early detection of oral and pharyngeal cancer is essential for improving treatment success rates.... read more »

How Does Smoking Affect Your Oral Health?

If you are currently a habitual smoker, Dr. Jeff Davidson and our dental team would like to review the effects of this lifestyle choice on your oral health as well as your overall health. Let's take a look! #1 Discoloration of your teeth: Unfortunately, tobacco can remove the whiteness from your tooth enamel. With smoking (not to mention chewing tobacco), it can... read more »