Choosing Foods that Help Teeth

When it comes to diet, there are plenty of meals that are unhealthy for your teeth. However, there are also a number of foods that can do awesome things for your teeth! Below are some suggestions you can take to heart to help you select foods that will fortify your teeth, not break them down… Read more »

How to React to Tooth Decay or a Cavity

We understand how frustrated you may feel if you have noticed signs of tooth decay or have developed a cavity despite practicing a strict routine of oral care every day. Unfortunately, even when excellent oral habits are practiced regularly, you can still develop a cavity. Instead of berating yourself, we encourage you to visit our… Read more »

Top Tips for a More Comfortable Time at the Dentist

Feeling uncomfortable at the dentist shouldn’t be an issue. We offer a number of tips to help you feel at ease and relaxed at our dental office. Making sure you feel comfortable with us is a top priority. Here are five tips to help you have a positive experience at our dental office. – Telling… Read more »

Oral Health Tips and Tricks on Cosmetic Dentistry

In order to discover the best possible oral health care you can receive, look no further than cosmetic restorations with the use of cosmetic dentistry treatments and procedures. Through the use of cosmetic dentistry treatments, you can receive a smile enhancement that can upgrade your teeth beyond their natural capabilities. Even nature cannot hope to… Read more »

A Dental Bridge Anchored on Dental Implants Can Restore Multiple Teeth

Sports injuries, chronic periodontal disease, and severe tooth decay can sometimes result in the total loss of multiple teeth. Not only can this significantly hamper your ability to chew food for safe swallowing, it can also lead to a bevy of other oral complications. In a situation like this, you should strongly consider scheduling an… Read more »

A Few Notes Pertaining to Dental Bonding

As the season comes to an end, it is a good time to check your oral health to see if everything you wish to accomplish with your smile has been obtained. Even if you practice effective oral health care cleaning practices, more may be needed to improve your smile if it has been damaged. One… Read more »

Unconsciously Grinding Your Teeth While You Sleep Can Lead to Significant Dental Fractures

Unresolved stress can have a long-term effect on your medical and oral health. The chronic force of clenching and grinding your teeth can cause inflammation in your temporomandibular joints and cause dental fractures on one or more teeth. It’s important to have these damaged teeth examined by a professional dentist like Dr. to prevent a… Read more »

Caring for Your Oral Health If You Have Diabetes

At in , , we know how diabetes can impact one’s oral health. Since 29.1 million people in the U.S. have been diagnosed with diabetes, and nearly 1.7 million new cases come up every year, we’d like to talk a little bit about how to care for your oral health when you have this disease…. Read more »

How Dental Crowns are Made

Oral crowns need to withstand tough chewing, chomping and grinding, so they’re fashioned to be incredibly durable. When you receive a crown procedure in our office, we will create an impression of your pearly whites, but we do not actually develop the crown on-site. To fashion the crown, we send the impression of your chompers… Read more »

5 Ways to Care for Your Smile

Taking care of your mouth is easy! Here are 5 things to remember as you take care of your smile. Mouthwash: Mouthwash may be a good addition to some people’s oral hygiene routines. Therapeutic mouthwash, available over-the-counter, helps by killing bacteria and washing away food particles and other debris in the mouth. Read the warning… Read more »