The more research we do into dental health, the more we find neglecting your dental health affects your body, and poor overall health affects your mouth.Launch the App
Lobby Learning Apps (Beta)
For the past couple of years, we’ve offered interactive iPad apps to patients in our lobby to help them pass a few minutes while they waited for their appointments. We’re now pleased to make those same applications available online for an alternative approach to learning about dental care.
Unfortunately, these apps are only available to be used in modern web browsers, and work best on screens 1280px by 1024px or larger. Have a look at the chart below to see if your browser is compatible:
Go on an adventure with Tooth E. Namel and learn how to fight off the bad bacteria that cause cavities! Designed with the whole family in mind.Launch the App
Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD/TMJ) are a group of diseases that involved jaw joints. Find out about symptoms, causes and treatments.Launch the App
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is when a person stops breathing during sleep because of a blocked airway. Learn about ways to prevent sleep apnea.Launch the App
The best time to learn good oral health habits is when you’re young. Find out how to encourage good oral hygiene for your child.
Pregnancy may lead to an increased risk of gingivitis. Learn what oral health changes to expect when you’re expecting.
Oral cancer can be detected early because the mouth is an area of the body where changes are easy to see. Find out what these signs are and how to reduce your risk.Launch the App
Gum disease doubles a person’s risk for a heart attack. Find out what you can do to avoid gum disease.Launch the App
Dentists may be able to spot the signs of an eating disorder during a regular check-up, and they can help repair and maintain healthy teeth during patient recovery.Launch the App
People with diabetes are more susceptible to gingivitis and gum disease because they have a decreased ability to fight the bacteria that invade gums.Launch the App
Tooth decay, also known as dental caries, begins when destructive bacteria that live in your mouth attach themselves to your teeth. Find out how you can prevent it.Launch the App
Acid Reflux, also known as “Heart Burn” is when stomach acid washes up in the throat. Learn about how acid reflux affects your dental health and about what you can do to treat it.Launch the App
An education tool for parents. Topics range from white spots to hygiene to Xylitol.Launch the App