Healthy Meals Mean Healthy Teeth!

We all know that brushing, flossing, and regular visits to the dentist are important parts of keeping your smile healthy. What many people don’t realize is how important our diet is for healthy teeth. We’ve heard again and again that sugary foods can cause cavities, but they aren’t the only culprits! For example, chewing ice… Read more »

The Facts About Chronic Dry Mouth

As you probably know, there are several things you should do if you’d like to enjoy a healthy smile? Would you be surprised to learn that brushing and flossing your teeth might actually help you prevent tooth decay and gum disease? Other problems, including dry mouth, might also leave you more susceptible to these issues…. Read more »

Several Simple Habits Can Help Reduce Your Chances of Suffering a Dental Emergency

Your mouth is just as much a threat for harm as any other part of your body. When an oral injury or dental emergency does befall you or a family member, it can be painful and sometimes even costly to treat. At the same time, there are several simply habits worth adopting to reduce your… Read more »

Cavity Prevention Can Often Be Improved with a Fluoride Treatment

Tooth enamel that has been compromised by poor oral hygiene and the frequent consumption of acidic foods and beverages invites the bacteria in your mouth to develop cavities. Once they have established a presence in a compromised tooth, the tooth decay will gradually start to spread. If Dr. has concerns about the strength of your… Read more »

Tooth Loss from Untreated Decay Can Be Remedied with a Dental Implant

Tooth decay is often the unfortunate result of poor oral hygiene habits encouraging the natural bacteria in your mouth to attack tooth enamel. With timely treatment, it can usually be resolved by applying a dental filling or a dental crown restoration. If left untreated, the decay can penetrate the root, cause a severe fracture, or… Read more »

A Fluoride Treatment Can Prevent Cavities by Strengthening Tooth Enamel

Here at , maintaining your long-term oral health is our top priority. Every dental checkup and cleaning performed at our clinic is designed to examine and address all the aspects of maintaining a good oral health. As your hygienist is cleaning and polishing your teeth, they will also monitor the overall health of your teeth…. Read more »

There are Multiple Methods for Improving an Unappealing Smile

Your smile is one of the first things people notice about you. Indeed, many people feel it is a key element in making a good first impression. If you have one or more unappealing teeth in your smile, or if you suffer with discolored tooth enamel, there are different treatments available. The one recommended by… Read more »

Your Bridge Will Need Extra Focus in Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine

The dental bridge installed by Dr. is designed to restore the presence, structure, and full function of your missing tooth. While it is crafted from durable materials that will not suffer the effects of tooth decay, it will still need extra focus in your daily oral hygiene routine. The bridge itself is anchored in place… Read more »

A Crown Still Requires Daily Oral Hygiene Attention

If you’ve recently had a dental crown restoration, then it was created from durable materials that will resist tooth decay. Yet you should not be reticent to include it in your daily oral hygiene routine. Complications from gum disease still pose a significant threat to the long-term integrity of your crown and its anchoring abutment…. Read more »

A Toothache Should Always Call for Professional Treatment

Experiencing any oral trauma or pain is always a cause for concern. A toothache or general pain in a tooth or the surrounding gums is even more serious as it is likely a sign of a significant problem within the tooth. This is especially disconcerting if you feel pressure from within the gums as it… Read more »