The Quest for a Brighter Smile

Are your teeth yellowed or stained? If you would like a brighter, more radiant smile, ask our dentist about teeth whitening in , . For your convenience, we offer both at-home and in-office whitening treatments at our dental office. In-Office Teeth Whitening As the name suggests, in-office teeth whitening is done in our office by… Read more »

The Dental Bridge Quiz

The three main types of dental replacement treatments are dentures, dental implants, and dental bridges. All three assist in the replacement of missing or lost teeth. If you leave gaps in your mouth unfilled, it is possible for nearby teeth to slip and slide, and for plaque to build up. For more information about dental… Read more »

The Facts About Dental Bridges

Would you be interested in learning that missing a tooth could actually be a serious dental problem? Still, if you have a missing tooth, your other teeth typically shift, you could be much more vulnerable to oral health problems, and you may even have chronic bad breath. Luckily, there are several different options you should… Read more »

Use These Tips to Give Your Baby the Top-Notch Smile and Oral Health They Need

Did you know you need to start taking care of your baby’s teeth once they erupt from the gums? Well, it’s true, if you want your baby to grow into the top-notch smile and oral health they deserve. However, taking care of your baby’s smile might be a difficult task if you’re not sure how… Read more »

Cracking a Tooth Is Easy. Here’s How to Repair It

There are a lot of unassuming habits people have which can result in a cracked tooth. Repeatedly biting on hard substances such as ice or popcorn exerts too much pressure on the tooth, which can eventually crack the enamel. In addition, habits such as grinding your teeth and biting your jaw can also lead to… Read more »

Helpful Tips for Toothpaste Shopping

An effective and consistent oral hygiene routine is absolutely essential for maintaining good oral health. To that end, the American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth twice per day and floss between teeth and along the gumline after you’re done eating for the day. Adding toothpaste to your toothbrush improves its ability to… Read more »

Significant Oral Health Complications Can Result from Untreated Gum Disease

Gum disease is the chronic inflammation and infection of gum tissues. It often results when food particles and plaque are not removed from your teeth during daily brushing and flossing. This causes hardened tartar to build up near the gumline. Things like regular tobacco use, alcohol abuse and certain medical conditions, like diabetes, can increase… Read more »

Now Is the Perfect Time to Plan Your Smile Goals for the Year

As a new year begins with the promise of new beginnings, Dr.  and our team encourage you to plan your smile goals for the year. A healthy smile not only boosts your self-image but it benefits your general health as well. To help you with your journey, we would like to share the ADA’s (American Dental… Read more »

You Can Repair Tooth Decay with Fillings and Crowns

If you neglect your oral hygiene, it can eventually result in tooth decay called a cavity. These cavities form when a film of bacteria called plaque eats some of the sugar you eat and makes acid that eats away at your tooth enamel. You can do a lot to prevent cavities from forming in your… Read more »

What to Know about Toothaches

You may think that toothaches are common, and while it’s not unheard of to have a tooth bother you for a few hours after eating something really cold, or biting down hard on some food, there are some instances where a toothache isn’t normal. Let’s examine what those situations are. When it doesn’t go away… Read more »