Save Your Smile the Safe and Effective Way

Save your smile the safe and effective way. Practice safe and effective oral health care treatment options on a daily basis such as brushing, flossing, and using mouthwash. Always brush your teeth twice daily and floss once daily. The additional use of a mouth cleanser or mouthwash should be used as necessary. Here are some… Read more »

The Importance of Mouthguards

Protecting your oral health should be a high priority. Maintaining the health of your smile is extremely important because your oral health can actually affect your overall health. You should take precautions to protect your teeth, including wearing a mouthguard when you play sports. Your teeth could suffer a number of injuries while you play… Read more »

What You Should Know About Dental Bridges

If you’re missing teeth, you know that tasks that were once simple can be more difficult. For instance, if you’re missing a few of your pearly whites, you could struggle to say certain words. Similarly, chewing can be unpleasant or even painful. Luckily, if you’re facing these issues, there are a number of dental restorations… Read more »

Treating Periodontitis

If you are currently experiencing gum disease, you are not alone. Gum disease (or periodontitis) afflicts 64.7 million Americans. So what exactly is gum disease? Essentially, this disease is an infection of gum tissue, which can cause tooth loss if left untreated. And if you have gum disease, you are at risk for diabetes and heart… Read more »

Prevent Dental Issues by Doing These Things

Dental issues can be severely inconvenient and painful, which is why it’s best to avoid them altogether. But how? Well, to help you, our team encourages you to do the following things on a regular basis: -Keep up on oral hygiene: Make sure you clean your smile each and every day by brushing twice and… Read more »

Fluoride Treatment Can Help Prevent Tooth Decay

Your tooth enamel is made up of a hard-mineral structure that is composed of microscopic crystals. Throughout an average day, the natural bacteria in your mouth and the acidic foods you consume can gradually deplete the mineral’s density. This creates microscopic pores where tooth decay can form. Fortunately, exposing your tooth enamel to fluoride can… Read more »

A Tooth with an Old Filling Might Need a Dental Crown

A tooth that has multiple fillings might not have a lot of remaining healthy tooth enamel. If one or more of these fillings fail or fall out, Dr. might recommend restoring the entire enamel layer with a dental crown in , . First, will want to examine the tooth in question and take some X-rays…. Read more »

What Can I Expect at My Appointment When I Get My Dentures?

If you’re about to replace your missing teeth and improve your oral health with a set of dentures in , , then our team is happy to tell you what you can expect during your upcoming appointment. You can expect the following four steps: Step 1: To begin, your dentist will make a series of… Read more »

How Dentures Evolved Over Time

Dentures have been part of society for much longer than you would imagine. They’ve actually been around nearly as long as civilization has. We’ve used our ingenuity to make new ways to replace our teeth for centuries, and each culture has created new and different ways unique to them. Primitive dentures from 1500 B.C. Egypt… Read more »

What’s Involved in a Root Canal?

If you have any teeth that are decayed of infected, it’s likely that Dr. will likely recommend a root canal if believes the tooth can be saved. Root canals are only performed on teeth that are infected or decayed, but can still be saved. A root canal is an alternative procedure to an implant. When… Read more »