Talk to Your Dentist About Dental Floss

How would you rank the current status of your oral health? Are you doing enough to keep your smile clean? In order to ensure your oral hygiene habits are at their best, you should always be brushing and flossing your teeth on a daily basis. This includes brushing your teeth every day twice a day… Read more »

Consider a Mouth Guard for Dental Health Protection

Your smile faces many risks–and not just from poor oral hygiene or an unhealthy diet. Your teeth can be harmed by high-contact sports and activities if they are hit with a ball, elbow, or helmet, potentially resulting in severe oral injury. Our dentist and team strongly encourage you to receive a custom sports mouth guard… Read more »

Yearly Oral Health Reminders: Dental Erosion Prevention

Dental erosion, also known as enamel erosion, is an oral health condition in which your tooth enamel is worn away. Your tooth enamel is a thin outer covering of your teeth that if damaged due to erosion, can unleash numerous oral health ailments on your smile and put your teeth at risk for infections and… Read more »

Why You Shouldn’t Rinse Your Mouth with Water After You Brush

Do you rinse your mouth with water after you brush your teeth in the morning? If so, our dentist, Dr. , encourages you to consider stopping the habit. Now, brushing twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste is one of the best things you can do for your smile, so keep it… Read more »

How to Keep Your Teeth Clean During Pregnancy

Great parents look out for the best interests of their children. During pregnancy, the dental hygiene behaviors you practice can have a big impact on the health of your child — and we’re talking about more than their pearly whites. Please consider following these bits of advice from Dr. and the team at to strengthen… Read more »

Decide Which Dental Filling Treatment is Right for You by Knowing the Differences Between Amalgam and Resin

Dental fillings are strong restorations that can give you the healthy and functional tooth you need for a top-notch smile and oral health. Fortunately, there are many dental filling options that can give you the results you’re looking for. The most common options available include amalgam and composite resin dental fillings. If you ever need… Read more »

A Damaged Partial Denture Needs to Be Repaired

Dr. helped design your partial denture to replicate the basic function and appearance of your missing teeth. The removable dental appliance was created in a professional dental lab from durable dental materials. Many partials also include locking hardware to connect the unit with the adjacent teeth in the area.   Your partial denture will also… Read more »

Significant Dental Stains Often Cannot Be Removed with Retail Whitening Products

Minor surface stains that adhere to the faces of your teeth can often be removed by brushing your teeth or the polishing treatment during your routine dental checkup. If these minor dental stains are not improved in a reasonable amount of time, they can gradually start to saturate deeper into your tooth enamel. As this… Read more »

Dental Crowns and Their Positive Effect on Your Oral Health

Oftentimes, the foods we eat and the activities we partake in can put our teeth at an increased risk for dental damage. If you have suffered any dental damage and have teeth that are broken or shattered, it is important to have them restored as soon as possible. A highly effective tooth restoration treatment to… Read more »

All You Need to Know About Top-of-The Line Toothbrushes

Toothbrushes are handy tools that help you keep your smile in tip-top shape. However, they are a little trickier than you might think. There are many things you might not know about toothbrushes, which could pose a problem on your oral health. So, to help you know a little more, Dr. and our dental team… Read more »