Say Cheese!

Make your teeth bright, white, and camera-ready – without leaving the house. Let’s face it: these days, we’re always prepping for the camera. Whether you want to be able to send a picture-perfect selfie to your friends or are tidying up your social media feed, you want to be able to show off a bright,… Read more »

Braces: The Food and Beverage Rules to Follow When Aligning Your Smile

When you’re straightening your smile with braces, there are things that can affect the orthodontic journey and even hinder your progress to that perfect smile. One of those things is eating the wrong foods and drinking the wrong beverages during treatment. Eating the wrong foods and drinking the wrong beverages can damage the appliance and… Read more »

The Unpredictable Ways to Prevent Tooth Decay

Are you interested in preventing cavities? If so, you probably already know that you should brush your teeth twice a day, floss your teeth once a day and rinse your mouth with mouthwash daily. You probably also know that you should visit your dentist, Dr. , every six months. Little did you know, there are… Read more »

The Brushing Quiz

If you think you know all there is to know about brushing, then it’s time to take our brushing quiz and find out! Our dentist, Dr. , encourages you to take this quiz because it’s important to have a top-notch brushing routine. Brushing helps your teeth, gums and smile in many ways. So, to find… Read more »

Tooth Fractures Might Need First-Aid and Professional Treatment

Sometimes an accidental blow to the mouth or a bad habit of nibbling on foreign objects can exceed the structural integrity of your tooth enamel. At the same time, people who grind their teeth on a nightly basis without the protection of a quality dental guard are at increased risk of suffering a dental fracture…. Read more »

Dental Advice on Dental Erosion Prevention

In order to protect your precious tooth enamel that lives on the surfaces of your teeth, it is important to employ the necessary oral health care hygiene routines and dental damage prevention procedures. Dental damage forms due to harmful acids in your mouth that seek to chew through your tooth enamel. This process is known… Read more »

Train Your Smile for Dentures

Modern dentistry is capable of creating tooth replacements that mimic the look of natural teeth. There are highly effective treatments that can be extremely comfortable with your oral health care replacements. No matter how many teeth you may be missing, whether it be one or an entire row, visit your dentist to determine if a… Read more »

Your Regularly Scheduled Dental Checkup Helps Identify Early Signs of Gum Disease

Your daily oral hygiene regimen of brushing each morning and night, as well as remembering to floss at least once each day is absolutely essential for removing food particles and plaque from your teeth and gumline. If you fail to maintain these habits consistently and effectively the bacterial deposits in your mouth can harden into… Read more »

Treating a Small Cavity Might Involve Installing a Dental Filling

Small areas of tooth decay that are detected during your regularly scheduled dental checkup at need to be treated as soon as possible. If a cavity isn’t repaired in a reasonable amount of time, it will gradually worsen to threaten a more significant portion of the tooth. If the cavity is small or the tooth… Read more »

Reverse Gingivitis Now With Proper Oral Care

Did you know that nearly half of all American adults over the age of 30 have some form of gum disease? And most don’t even know it! Despite this large and disturbing percentage, gum disease is a highly preventable disease. In fact, if you have gingivitis–the early stage of gum disease–you can reverse the effects… Read more »