Keep Your Smile Bright for Christmas

Christmas is a wonderful time of year, full of fun traditions and good food. However, it is also a risky time for your smile because the Christmas goodies aren’t good for your teeth and you may not remember to practice effective dental habits consistently. To help you keep your smile bright for Christmas, our team… Read more »

How to Have an Effective Brushing Routine

Brushing is very important. In fact, it can help you have the top-notch oral health and smile you deserve. This is why it’s important to properly and effectively brush. If you don’t, your teeth and gums can suffer the consequences. So, to help you have a great brushing routine, our dentist, Dr. , is happy… Read more »

Maintain Optimum Oral Health with Toothache Treatments

Are you aware of what a toothache is? A toothache is damage to a tooth that often results in a pus-filled pocket called an abscess. Furthermore, toothaches can occur in the areas around a tooth, as well as eventually work their way into the pulp of a tooth. Toothaches must be treated appropriately before they… Read more »

How Night Guards Can Protect Your Teeth

For multiple people, teeth grinding can be a grave problem. Also defined as bruxism, teeth grinding can wear and fissure pearly whites, and it can also cause major headaches and earaches as you sleep, leaving you with a nasty feeling when you wake up. It’s not a disease that should be ignored, but it is… Read more »

Caring for Your Dentures

Your new dentures are allowing you to eat and speak normally and comfortably once again. They have also restored the beauty of your smile. To enjoy the benefits of your dentures long term, it is imperative that you take good care of them. Dr. and our team are happy to explain the importance of cleaning… Read more »

Take Care of Your Smile This Fall with an Oral Cancer Screening

Did you know that one of the most serious illnesses that can afflict your mouth comes in the form of oral cancer? Oral cancer can affect anyone at any age, and there is an almost endless line of risk factors that can potentially set you up for potential cancer. In the United States alone, over… Read more »

Don’t Let Cavities Gain Traction in Your Smile

Cavities are holes in teeth caused by decay. They need to be treated or they will continue to grow and cause bigger problems down the road. Sometimes you won’t know that you have a cavity until the decay in the tooth has passed through the tooth enamel and reached the dentin. Since the dentin is made… Read more »

All You Need to Know About Primary Teeth

Primary teeth are also called baby teeth. They are the little chompers that grow into your child’s mouth and help them bite, chew, smile, and talk. Whether you believe it or not, these little teeth are quite important. In fact, they’re very important for a strong and healthy future smile. To help you know a… Read more »

Oral Health Care 101: Sugarless Gum

Were you aware that chewing gum after meals has been known to help prevent cavities? Did you know that sugarless chewing gum has been shown to help treat and prevent heartburn? Although we often think of them as a substance which can damage your mouth, in numerous ways, it can actually benefit your oral health…. Read more »

The Facts of Oral Hygiene: Tooth Extractions

Saving your smile after a tooth extraction is essential to ensure your mouth has the proper chance to heal. Even though tooth extractions may not seem like a complex and exhaustive procedure, nonetheless, your gums still need time to heal to prevent infections and delays with your recovery time. Unhealthy habits can wreak havoc on… Read more »