Types of Cosmetic Dentistry

Over the past few years, cosmetic dentistry has become one of the most popular ways to improve one’s appearance. This is because of the myriad of options a person can choose from to improve their smile. Cosmetic dentistry can allow you do just about anything from whitening your smile to even reshaping the gum line… Read more »

Dental Crowns and Your Confident Smile

and our team are pleased to be able to offer dental crowns for our patients in , and the neighboring communities when a filling just isn’t enough to do the job. A dental crown may be used to repair a smile that is experiencing any of the following dental conditions: #1-Cracked Tooth Syndrome: Experiencing pain… Read more »

To Keep Your Smile Bright, Keep Your Brushing Simple

To keep your smile bright, keep your brushing simple. Brush your teeth twice daily for at least 2 minutes each time. Do not over brush or rush your brushing. It’s not a race, nor is it a chore that should be completed as fast as possible. Take your time to clean all parts of your… Read more »

The Holidays: How to Combat Cavities

The holidays are a wonderful time of year filled with family, friends, and lots and lots of sugary treats. While these treats may taste good, they can be harmful and damaging to your teeth and gums. So what can you do to keep your mouth healthy during the holidays? First, you should be choosy about… Read more »

How to Keep Your Smile in Tip-Top Shape this Thanksgiving

Many don’t realize this, but Thanksgiving can be a scary and dangerous holiday for your smile. That is why it’s very important to keep your oral health in mind and take care of your teeth and gums throughout the day. To help you keep your smile in tip-top shape this Thanksgiving, our team encourages you… Read more »

Treating TMJ Disorder Starts with a Simple Approach

The temporomandibular joints that hinge your jaw are somewhat complex, which allows them to perform the sophisticated movements of biting, chewing and grinding food. This is possible thanks to a series of muscles, tendons, and ligaments working in concert with the jaw. This allows your lower jaw to slip and to apply grinding force. Unfortunately, there… Read more »

An Extracted Tooth Can Often Be Replaced by a Dental Implant

While it is unfortunate, there are times when a blow to the face or severe tooth decay can cause so much damage to a tooth that it needs to be extracted. Eventually, the tooth will need to be replaced. If the lost tooth is not replaced, the surrounding teeth will eventually start to twist and… Read more »

Why Choose Sedation Dentistry?

Anxiety about visiting the dentist is a pretty common issue. Many adults in America have such a bad phobia of visiting the dentist that it prevents them from getting the dental care they need in order to stay healthy. If this describes you in any way, then it’s high time you take a second to… Read more »

What You Can Do About Gum Disease

You’ve probably heard of gum disease, and you may even know what you should do to prevent the problem. For instance, you probably know that if you keep up your oral care, you’ll be much more likely to avoid gum disease altogether. However, as you probably know, gum disease can lead to a number of… Read more »

A Standard Fluoride Treatment Helps Prevent Tooth Decay and Sensitivity

Your tooth enamel gets its hardness from microscopic mineral crystals. Unfortunately, the natural processes of oral bacteria and the acidic foods and beverages you enjoy can erode these crystals each day. In time, this will make your teeth vulnerable to tooth decay and sensitivity. Fortunately, exposing your teeth to fluoride will help you restore the… Read more »