A Bad Filling Can Be Restored with a Crown

In most cases fillings are used to repair small to medium-sized cavities. While fillings are meant to have a long lifespan, it’s not unheard-of for an old or large filling to fall out and be lost. A missing filling needs to be seen by Dr. . If the tooth doesn’t have enough strong and healthy… Read more »

Exercise and Your Oral Health

Do you ever worry about gum disease? Did you know that gum disease can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, crooked and sensitive teeth, and persistent bad breath? Do you ever wonder what you can do to hold off the issue? If so, we have a few ideas for you—including brushing, flossing, and visiting… Read more »

The Ways Drugs and Supplements Can Impact Your Mouth

Did you know that prescription drugs and supplements can affect your mouth? Well, it’s true! There are many side effects to different types of medications that can alter your oral health. Those side effects are: Dry mouth: Some medications decrease the amount of saliva your mouth produces. This can be extremely dangerous because it can… Read more »

Why Does Your Baby Need to Visit the Dentist?

The ADA recommends scheduling dental appointments for babies as soon as their first teeth erupt, which usually occurs around six months of age, and no later than their first birthday. This is because children become susceptible to tooth decay and oral disease as soon as they have exposed teeth. Children’s diets affect their oral health… Read more »

What Do You Know About Your Child’s Teeth?

As you know, your children will eventually lose their teeth, but do you know when you should consider pulling their teeth? Similarly, when you should expect their teeth to come in? Generally, baby’s teeth start coming in when they are approximately six months old and they should have all twenty of their baby teeth when… Read more »

Flossing Correctly

Our dentist and team stress the importance of practicing proper dental hygiene at home. Dental hygiene, paired with regular dental checkups, can help you achieve and keep ideal oral health. Many people brush as often as they should, but take the importance of flossing for granted. Flossing at least once every day is essential to… Read more »

An Effective Oral Hygiene Routine has Several Important Aspects

Poor oral hygiene greatly increases your chances of developing problems like tooth decay and gum disease. There are several important aspects to a truly effective oral hygiene routine. The quality of the products you use is very important. You should only consider buying oral hygiene products that have earned American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance,… Read more »

Are Your Wisdom Teeth Necessary?

Have you ever wondered about your wisdom teeth? Do you have them? Do you not? After all, it’s not like you can see them. Are they necessary to the functioning of your mouth? Wisdom teeth are the last of your teeth to emerge if they erupt through the gums. They are the final set of molars… Read more »

Scaling and Root Planing: A Treatment for Gum Disease

If you have recently noticed constant bad breath or red, swollen, or receding gums, you could be a victim of gum disease, and it’s very important to treat it right away. Gum disease is a serious and dangerous condition that attacks your smile and ruins your oral health. There are many different kinds of treatments… Read more »

Are Dental Implants a Good Match for You?

For the last 25 years, dental implants have revolutionized dentistry, offering the successful replacement of the tooth roots of lost teeth. They can replace the missing tooth without anyone being the wiser. What does your dentist look for to determine if you are a good candidate for dental implant restoration? Age Believe it or not,… Read more »