Cosmetic Dentistry: The Facts

Do you ever hesitate to smile? Are you slightly self-conscious because your smile is a little crooked, discolored, or because you’re missing teeth? If you’re suffering from any of these issues, or issues like them, cosmetic dentistry could be the solution you need. Cosmetic dentistry is a branch of dentistry designed to improve the appearance… Read more »

Temporary Crowns Need Basic Daily Care

The hard, plastic, temporary crown that your dentist, Dr. , secured in your mouth is designed to protect the internal abutment while the dental lab technician prepares your new crown. It’s important to keep in mind that the temporary crown does not restore the full function of the tooth when chewing and grinding hard foods…. Read more »

Sugarless Gum Can Help Prevent Cavities

Did you know sugarless gum can prevent cavities? No matter what time of day it may be, not brushing after meals allows more time for food and drink residue to sit around in your mouth promoting the buildup of plaque. Plaque buildup can contain unhealthy bacteria which can lead to tooth decay and gum disease…. Read more »

Visit Your Dentist to Spook Away Tooth Decay!

Halloween is upon us filling our homes with favorite sugary sweets threatening cavities and gum disease in its wake. Your dentist here at in , , cares for your oral health, and wants to help you win the fight against the sugar invasion this holiday. That is why, our team is here to remind you… Read more »

Show off Your Pearly Whites This Holiday Season

Now that the holidays are officially underway with Halloween, would you like to show off your confident smile? We want to make sure your teeth are in their best shape yet. Dr. is pleased to offer whitening treatments that dissolve built-up stains and discoloration on your pearly whites. At in , , our whitening treatments… Read more »

Tips to Keep in Mind When You’re Shopping for a New Brand of Toothpaste

According to the American Dental Association, an effective daily oral hygiene routine is founded on brushing and flossing your teeth twice each day. This serves to remove residual plaque and food particles from your mouth before they can harden into dangerous tartar or exploit tooth enamel to form cavities. On a functional level, applying toothpaste… Read more »

Cold Sores: Canker Sores

You’ve probably heard about cold sores and canker sores, but what do you know about the two? While the two may seem very similar, there are a number of differences between the two. Similarly, do you ever wonder what you can do to avoid canker sores and cold sores—or what you can do to address… Read more »

Restoring Smiles with Dental Bridges

If you have a tooth that is knocked out during sports or has been severely damaged or decayed, our dentist may recommend extracting the tooth and replacing it with a dental bridge. After your gums have completely healed, ’s dental team can start the process of fully restoring the tooth’s presence in your mouth with… Read more »

The Occupations that Tend to Harm the Teeth

Whether you believe it or not, there are many tooth-harming jobs in the world today, which is why our team strongly encourages you to take great care of your teeth and gums each and every day. Some occupations that can cause harm and damage to your smile include: Jobs that dehydrate you Dehydration can cause… Read more »

Nightly Brushing is Important

Usually, it’s fairly easy to brush your teeth as a part of your morning routine, but did you know that many people forget to brush their teeth right before they go to bed? As you can probably guess, this can lead to a number of negative consequences. If you don’t brush at night, your mouth… Read more »