The Basics of Sedation Dentistry

Not all visits to your dentist need to result in stress or worry. In fact, there are sedatives that can be used to give you some of your most relaxing health care visits of your life. If you would rather spend an office visit in a worry-free environment, sedation may be the best choice for… Read more »

Is Flossing an Integral Part of Your Oral Hygiene Routine?

If you are determined to have a healthy smile, then you already know how important brushing your teeth is to make that happen. Brushing at least twice a day, for two minutes each time, is imperative for a clean, beautiful smile. But brushing your teeth only goes so far, mainly because a toothbrush can’t clean… Read more »

Keep Your Smile Strong This Summer by Avoiding These Oral Health Hazards

The key to a successful smile is protecting your smile from oral health risks that may present themselves to you in your day to day life. Keep your smile strong this summer by avoiding these oral health hazards. Listed below are a few common hazards to your smile, as well as a few tips to… Read more »

Denture Adhesive Can Provide Extra Hold for a Partial or Dentures

The loss of multiple teeth to dental trauma, tooth decay or severe gum disease, can significantly limit your quality of life and impact your quality of life. Depending on the severity of the problem, your dentist might recommend replacing your missing teeth with a removable partial or a set of dentures. We can typically fit… Read more »

How to Help Your Child Maintain a Healthy Smile by Preventing Cavities While They’re Young

Did you know your infant’s smile is vulnerable to tooth decay? Well, it’s true. In fact, cavities are so common in infant smiles that it’s called baby bottle tooth decay. So, it’s important to take good care of your child’s smile so they don’t suffer from this issue. To help you do so, Dr. and… Read more »

Whitening Toothpaste Can Help Maintain a Professionally Whitened Smile

When minor surface stains are not removed from the surfaces of your teeth during your daily oral hygiene routine, they will gradually start to settle deeper into the tooth enamel. As time goes on, this can leave you with unappealing stains on the surfaces of your teeth. Many people in a situation like this will… Read more »

What Can You Expect out of Your Dental Implants?

Are you in need of a tooth restoration procedure such as dental implants, but are unsure if you are willing to go through with the treatment necessary to have them? Although implants do require surgery due to the fact the implants are installed directly into your jawbone, the end product will be worth the investment…. Read more »

The Facts About Cleaning Your Tongue

As you may already know, there are a quite a few things you’ll need to do if you’re interested in having a healthy smile. For instance, you may have also heard that you should visit your dentist at least once every six months and that you should floss and brush your teeth daily. Still, if… Read more »

A Tooth with Chipped Enamel Might Require a Crown Restoration

A chipped tooth can occur from traumatic as well as banal sources. Something as simple as biting your nails, grinding your teeth, or using your teeth as tools can potentially chip a tooth. Even if it doesn’t cause heightened sensitivity, the damage in the enamel layer can still pose future complications. The hard-to-clean area could… Read more »

Cavities from Poor Oral Hygiene Might Need a Filling

Poor oral hygiene as well as procrastinating your regular dental checkup at gives the bacteria living in your mouth the opportunity to exploit your otherwise healthy tooth enamel. In time, this can allow a cavity to form on one of your teeth. If the cavity is small, Dr. might be able to repair the tooth… Read more »