Do You Floss Regularly?

Has your dentist ever told you to floss more often? You’re not alone. 80% of dental patients admit they don’t floss. You probably know that flossing is important. The gap between what we know and what we do can often be rather wide. But did you know that if you don’t floss, you might have… Read more »

Dental bridge: The Appliance that Can Give You the Complete and Attractive Smile You Desire

Our dental team wants you to have the complete, attractive, and functional smile you deserve. Therefore, we encourage you to replace any missing teeth as soon as possible. One way of doing so is to fill the gap in your smile with a dental bridge. A dental bridge in , , is a replacement tooth… Read more »

Once Your Smile Has Been Professionally Bleached You Can Maintain It with Whitening Toothpaste

If tobacco use or a propensity for consuming dark foods and beverages has left you with a dull, yellow smile, it can have an adverse effect on your self-confidence. One of the most effective ways to restore the white luster of your smile is to have Dr. administer a professional dental bleaching treatment. The professional… Read more »

The Trauma of Having a Tooth Knocked Out Calls for Immediate First Aid

While it’s rare, dental avulsion, or having a tooth knocked out, can cause serious oral trauma. Usually resulting from a hard blow to the face or a lack of adequate mouth protection during athletics, it requires immediate first aid. To help manage a situation like this, your dentist, Dr. , offers the following advice. If… Read more »

Your Child’s First Dental Visit

It’s important for parents to keep their children healthy and strong. But did you know that you’ll need to keep your child’s mouth healthy if you’re hoping to help them stay healthy overall? To do so, you’ll have to visit a dentist regularly—but did you know when you should schedule your child’s first appointment? We… Read more »

Conquer Cavities With Tooth-Colored Fillings

Tooth-colored fillings, also referred to as composite fillings, are realistic looking dental fillings used to protect teeth that have been damaged by cavities. As a natural-looking alternative to dental amalgams, composite fillings are noted to work best for small and mid-size cavities. Composite fillings can save your smile from the ravages of cavities in only… Read more »

The Facts About Your Kids’ Teething Timeline

You know that your child’s primary teeth need to erupt and, in time, fall out, but do you know when it should happen? Every child is slightly different, but there are a few things you should expect—especially when it comes to their primary teeth eruption and falling out. Did you know that your little one’s… Read more »

The Dental Problems Dental Crowns Can Restore and Fix

Dental crowns are one of the most commonly used dental restoration treatments available. They are incredibly flexible, being able to treat a large number of different dental issues, from the purely cosmetic to the structural. Here are some of the dental issues dental crowns can treat: -You need to protect a weak tooth from tooth… Read more »

Altering Certain Lifestyle Choices Can Prevent Future Stains on Teeth

If you were to look at the surface of your tooth enamel through a powerful microscope, you would see microscopic mineral crystals with pores and textures. These areas can sometimes trap staining particles from dark foods and beverages. If they’re not removed on a daily basis, these stains can set deeper and deeper into your… Read more »

Don’t Miss Regular Cleanings

It’s easy to forget to schedule your appointments at in , , every six months. However, if you forget more than one or two cleanings in a row, you’ll start to put your oral health at serious risk. With that in mind, let’s look at why Dr. wants to see you and your teeth every… Read more »