General Dentistry

Dentists Serving Greenville, Simpsonville, Landrum & Nearby Areas of South Carolina and North Carolina


Oral Cancer Awareness Month

Oral Cancer Awareness Month Ribbon

Oral cancer is not among the most common forms of cancer in the United States, but it still impacts an estimated 54,000 adults in the U.S. every year. When caught early, oral cancer is often treatable. Left undetected, it can prove fatal.

Around 13,500 people die each year from this disease.

American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month, an effort from the American Heart Association intended to raise awareness of heart disease along with support for research into its cures. It also marks a good time to consider your oral health and the impact your daily hygiene routine can have on the health of your heart.

Looking to Protect Your Children’s Teeth? Consider the "Switch Witch"

Protect Your Childrens' Teeth at Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner and many parents who are concerned about their children’s oral and systemic health are looking for a good alternative to all the candy that comes with it. Enter the "Switch Witch", a concept thought up by a mother of two who didn’t want to keep her kids from trick-or-treating but wasn’t looking forward to the health issues that follow excessive sugar consumption either.

How Does Diabetes Affect Oral Health?

South Carolina ranks seventh-highest in the nation in the percentage of adults with diabetes. Left untreated, diabetes can lead to a number of medical problems such as blindness, kidney failure, heart attack, dental problems, and much more. Additionally, diabetes is the seventh-highest cause of death in South Carolina, behind Alzheimer’s, stroke, accidents, chronic lower respiratory disease, cancer, and heart disease, according to the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC).