Oral Health Keys: Dental Erosion

To ensure you have a safe and happy holiday season, it is important to establish effective oral health care prevention guidelines. This includes exercising caution with the foods you eat, the drinks you consume, and the habits you partake in. One of the biggest risks that can befall you this holiday season is dental erosion,… Read more »

When to Change Your Toothbrush

Did you know it’s important to change your toothbrush regularly? Well, it’s true. This is because changing your toothbrush can help you have a stronger and healthier smile as well as a more successful oral health. A worn-down and infected toothbrush can cause more harm than good. So, to help you know when to change… Read more »

Help Your Toothbrush, Help Your Teeth

Brushing your teeth is such a frequent activity that the habit can become mindless. While almost any toothbrushing habit is a very good thing, occasionally we need to brush up on our brushing technique. Doing so makes sure we treat our teeth and gums the best way possible. Choose a toothbrush with soft bristles. Brushes… Read more »

Find the Answers to Your Nitrous Oxide Questions Here

Nitrous oxide is a sedative many dentists use at their office, including  Dr. . When it’s used, many patients feel a little nervous, especially if they don’t know much about it. If you’re one of these people and you have questions about nitrous oxide, our dental team will gladly provide answers to commonly asked questions… Read more »

General Information about Bruxism

What is bruxism and what can you do to prevent it? Bruxism is a common yet potentially serious condition caused by unconsciously grinding your teeth together, especially while you sleep. If done often, you can chip or crack your teeth, wear down your tooth enamel, and even cause tooth loss. Unfortunately, avoiding it starts with… Read more »

Oral Health Care Facts: Teenage Dental Care

Did you know that your adult teeth finish coming in during your teen years? Fortunately, teeth are resilient, and with the proper care, they can indeed last a lifetime. Listed below are some facts about teenage dental issues: – Your mouth is at risk as a teen during sports and similar high-risk activities. Shelter your… Read more »

Making Fluoride a Part of Your Oral Health Routine

Brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing before bed, and regular visits to your dentist are great ways to keep your teeth healthy. But fluoride is a key part of fighting tooth decay. Fluoride is a mineral that helps prevent cavities very early on, and can help repair damage on a microscopic level. There are… Read more »

The Problems a Crown Can Correct

Are you self-conscious about your smile? Do you have a bad tooth that destroys your smile? Do you want to be able to be at ease speaking to a group of people? We at use crowns to fix a number of dental situations. A crown can be described as a “tooth-shaped cap” placed over the… Read more »

A Dental Implant Can Restore the Strength of a Lost Molar

The large molars at the back of your mouth are used to do a significant amount of work grinding and chewing foods. Without them you would likely struggle to effectively process hard and tough foods. Losing one to untreated tooth decay, treatment-related extraction or a dental avulsion can significantly impair the function of your mouth…. Read more »

Missing Teeth Don’t Have to Cramp Your Smile

Do you have missing teeth which are cramping your confident smile? If having gaps in your smile is making your self-image suffer, a dental implant restoration may be what you need to bring back your smile confidence! Dental implants are common restorations which renew healthy smile function and appearance. Dr. and our team in ,… Read more »