Flossing: Common Questions Asked

If you have questions about flossing, then you have come to the right blog. Today, our dentist, Dr. , and dental team are more than happy to help you find the answers you need. The more you know about flossing, the better chance there is of you having a proper and effective flossing routine. To… Read more »

When It’s Time to Break Up With Your Toothbrush

Do you remember when you last replaced your toothbrush? If you paused for thought, chances are it’s time for a new brush. The ADA recommends that a toothbrush is replaced every three to four months, or if any bristles appear to be frayed or broken. Make sure to find the right kind of bristles for… Read more »

Improve Your Smile with White Dental Fillings

If dental erosion is allowed to occur in your mouth, it can lead to serious oral ailments including damage to the inner workings of your teeth. If harmful acids continually erode your tooth enamel away to the point a hole forms in the tooth, a cavity will be present. In order to adequately treat a… Read more »

Dental Advice on Tooth Hazard Treatments

Are you prepared for any tooth hazards that can come your way this year? Did you have a tooth hazard prevention plan in place last year? Have you ever suffered an or accident or injury? All of these questions are extremely important and should be answered to ensure you have the best possible oral health… Read more »

Brushing Your Teeth Twice Each Day Helps Keep Them Healthy and Strong

The health of your teeth relies in large part on the strength of your tooth enamel. Poor oral hygiene habits can leave bacterial deposits and residue in your mouth, contributing to the chronic buildup of plaque acids. To help prevent this from happening, the American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth each morning… Read more »

Dentistry Topics for Beginners: Cavity Prevention

If you want your smile to thrive this holiday season, you need to make sure you’re doing everything you can to prevent the formation of cavities. Cavities are formed when your tooth enamel has been worn down to the point a hole is present. Typically, cavities are the result of harmful acids and dental erosion…. Read more »

A Simple Tongue Cleaning Can Help Reduce Plaque Buildup

The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth twice each day and remember to floss at least once. With efficiency and consistency, this basic oral hygiene routine will help to remove plaque and residual food particles, to reduce the total bacterial population in your mouth. Along with regular attendance of your routine dental… Read more »

Replace a Missing Tooth With a Dental Bridge and Enjoy These Benefits

If you have lost permanent teeth and now have gaps in your smile, our dentist and team at urge you to have these gaps filled as soon as possible. Dr. often recommends dental bridges to treat tooth loss and can offer a list of ways dental bridges benefit dental health: – By filling the empty… Read more »

A Dentist Needs to Treat a Tooth with a Missing or Failing Dental Filling

A dental filling is often used, by dental professionals to repair an area of tooth enamel that has been compromised by a cavity, minor dental fracture, or another physical defect. They are often cured and bonded to the surrounding healthy tooth enamel or cemented in place with a special dental adhesive. This will repair the… Read more »

Give Your Crowns the Care they Deserve

While dental crowns are guarding the top of your teeth, who is in charge of defending the crowns? You are! Every year, around 2.3 million Americans decide to have implant-supported oral crowns placed on their teeth, which means many patients are seeking dental practitioners to help protect their pearly whites. We’ve put this list of… Read more »