Wedding Season is the Perfect Time to Beautify Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry

Wedding season is a fun and busy time, even if you’re not the one getting married. During this time, there is a good chance you could attend multiple weddings of friends and loved ones. Now, we all know weddings consist of smiles and taking pictures that could last a lifetime, which is why it can… Read more »

Dental Implants for Your Smile

Are you missing one or more teeth? Do you wish to have a beautiful, fully functional smile once again? Ask our dentist about dental implants in , . Dental implants restore the tooth root as well as the tooth. Implants are made up of three parts: a titanium screw, a dental restoration, and an abutment…. Read more »

What to Look For In a Mouthwash

Many commercials for antiseptic mouthwash seem to either imply or leave the viewer with the belief that rinsing is just as effective as flossing. While using antiseptic mouthwash is effective at killing the bacteria that cause plaque, it is no substitute for flossing. Flossing is the most effective method of cleaning food particles and plaque… Read more »

Gingivitis Can Often Be Prevented and Treated with Oral Hygiene Improvements

Gum disease is an all-too-common condition involving the inflammation of the gum tissues. In fact, the American Dental Association estimates that 47 percent of the population over 30 years of age has some level of gum disease. It can often go undetected in the early stages, leading to more significant complications and treatment methods. Gingivitis… Read more »

Do You Need Root Canal Therapy? We Can Help!

If you don’t like the thought of having root canal therapy, there are some things you might need to know. Many patients who have a cavity filled and root canal therapy say the two treatments are quite comparable. Furthermore, there are a number of problems that should only be treated with root canal therapy. A… Read more »

Can You Stop Your Child’s Tooth Decay?

Did you know that many Americans, including adults, suffer from gum disease without ever realizing it? Some studies claim that nearly half of all Americans over 30 have tooth decay. Similarly, while you may have heard that your children are safe from gum disease, did you know they’re actually as susceptible as you are? In… Read more »

What to Do About Tooth Decay

You probably know that you should visit our team regularly—typically once every six months. However, do you know why? Aside from cleaning your teeth, our team will examine the health of you smile and help you identify problems you may not be able to recognize on your own. For instance, we may spot signs of… Read more »

A Dental Bleaching Treatment Can Remove Deep Stains from Your Smile

Your white smile is one of the first things people notice about you. If you enjoy dark foods and beverages on a regular basis, it can gradually cause deep stains on your teeth. When this happens, the whitening toothpastes and whitening strips sold in stores are rarely potent enough to fully whiten your smile. Fortunately,… Read more »

Learn How to Care for Your Toothbrush

Did you know caring for your toothbrush is a simple step in your oral hygiene routine which can help keep your smile in beautiful and healthy shape? Learning to care for your toothbrush is equally important to caring for your smile. Having clean oral health tools like your toothbrush can help you fight bacteria and… Read more »

A Temporary Crown Is Used to Protect a Tooth Awaiting a Crown

A dental crown restoration involves replacing the tooth enamel layer of a decayed, damaged or imperfect tooth with an artificial cap. It will eventually be cemented into place over the abutment that is formed by the healthy internal structures of the tooth. The crown needs to be made at our off-site dental lab. A hard,… Read more »