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 »

Replacing Knocked Out Teeth

When you have a tooth knocked out, your first thought is likely how to get it back in the socket. While not every lost tooth can be restored, in most cases you can have your tooth put back in if you get to as quickly as possible. One of the most common procedures our team… Read more »

Removing Tartar

Many things play into your oral health, but one of the most prevalent is whether or not you allow plaque to build up and turn into tartar. If you do this, it opens up your mouth to the possibility of contracting some serious oral health problems. To help you avoid this, our team at has… Read more »

Tips for Oral Health While Traveling

When you’re on the road, it’s easy to forget to take care of your oral health. Bouncing from hotel to hotel in various cities across the country is exhausting, and it’s easy to just take a nap in the airport terminal instead of taking a few minutes to brush your teeth. However, as you’re likely… Read more »

How the Toothbrush Came to Be

Dental hygiene is an irreplaceable contributor to oral health. Proper dental hygiene includes brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing once a day. Teeth care dates back for thousands of years. However, early dental care tools were very different from what we use today. Let’s explore the history of the toothbrush together. Tools for… Read more »

Tips for Managing Issues with Dental Anxiety

Dental anxiety is a recognized psychological condition. It occurs when an individual experiences heightened stress and anxiety before and during dental appointments and procedures. Your dentist, Dr. , offers a few insights and tips for managing issues with dental anxiety. When you are scheduling your upcoming appointment, let our team know that you have had… Read more »

Advice on How to Achieve Strong and Healthy Gums

Do you ever wonder what it takes to keep your gums in tip-top shape? If so, our team is here to help you! It’s very important to keep your gums clean and pristine so you can prevent and fight major dental issues. To help you care for your oral tissues each day, Dr. and our… Read more »