Oral Health Advantages: Caring for Your Smile

Never assume that simply because you brush your teeth twice daily and floss once daily as well, that your smile is protected from all issues that can arise. In addition, you can even suffer from dental damage immediately after eating foods, so it might be a good idea to set up an alternative cleaning plan… Read more »

What Is Involved in Your Teeth Whitening Treatment?

If you would enjoy learning more about the process of tooth whitening to help you better prepare for your upcoming whitening procedure, our team at is happy to be of assistance. Below, we have provided a step-by-step review of the in-office teeth whitening performed at our dental office. Professional teeth whitening is designed to be… Read more »

Dentistry Year-in-Review: Cavity Prevention

Never allow cavities to destroy your smile. Because a cavity is a hole in your tooth enamel, if left untreated, it can lead to severe oral ailments such as infections and eventual tooth loss. Thus, cavity prevention is key to keeping your smile healthy. Oral health care cleaning procedures should be at the top of… Read more »

Improve Your Smile with Halitosis Prevention

Halitosis typically arises due to poor dental health habits. If you’re suffering from halitosis, also known as bad breath, it means there could be an underlying condition of the body or some other issue that exists. Not only can halitosis arise due to poor diet, but it can be linked to underlying health conditions, and… Read more »

A Chipped Tooth Needs to Be Addressed by an Experienced Dentist

The strong mineral density of tooth enamel is what provides your teeth with the hardness to handle biting, chewing, and grinding most common foods. Yet there are some things, like grinding your teeth or crunching on ice, that can exceed the structural capacity of your teeth. This could cause a significant chip or dental fracture…. Read more »

Your Child’s Risk of Tooth Decay

Have you heard that one of the biggest risks to children’s health is tooth decay? While patients of any age can develop tooth decay, children tend to be more susceptible than adults. In fact, children between the ages of 14 and 17 are more likely to develop tooth decay than asthma, while a quarter of… Read more »

Remember to Floss Behind Your Rear Molars

A consistent and effective daily oral hygiene regimen is one of the cornerstones of preventing problems with tooth decay, periodontal disease, and other oral health conditions. To aid in this important effort the American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth twice each day as well as flossing at least once. Many people embrace… Read more »

Are Medications Causing Your Bloody Gums?

From time to time bloody gums mean that your gums are slightly irritated, but other times bleeding gums mean that something more serious. It’s important that you don’t delay in caring for your bloody gums before your sickness turns more severe. Consider the following if you’ve observed any blood in your gums recently. Could your… Read more »

The Basics of Dentures

How are dentures like vampires? Answer: they both come out during the night! What else do you know about false teeth? We’ve gathered a few bits of information to round out your understanding of what false teeth are utilized for and whether they could be right for you. Dentures are frames of false, removable teeth… Read more »

Regain Your Youthful Smile With the Help of Dental Implant Restoration

If you have missing permanent teeth in your smile, and it has affected your smile confidence, you are not alone. At , we have helped many patients regain their confidence and their oral health through an effective tooth restoration procedure called dental implants. Dental implant restoration works by surgically implanting a titanium post (which effectively replicates… Read more »