Floss to Prevent Gum Disease

Our and team the practice of encourage you and your family to prevent the development of gum disease by maintaining healthy oral hygiene habits. It’s important to practice proper care of your teeth and gums by flossing every day. Knowing how to floss effectively can greatly lower your risk of gum disease by removing harmful particles…. Read more »

Try These Tips for Positive Oral Health Care

Are you looking for ways to improve your smile? Did you know, a healthy smile is a beautiful smile? Well, it’s true! Cavities can darken your smile and cause you pain and sensitivity. Gum disease can also cause swollen or bleeding gums and bad breath. That is why having positive oral health can improve your… Read more »

Oral Health Viewpoint: Dentures

As people get older, their teeth often become more brittle. In some cases, some people may lose their teeth altogether. However, missing teeth can cause problems for your appearance and your oral health. So, it’s a wise idea to replace any missing teeth, and dentures may be a good choice for you. Dentures can be… Read more »

Acid Erosion And Your Smile

How does the food you eat affect your teeth? Where do cavities come from? Why should I chew sugarless gum after eating? All of these questions have to do with acid erosion, and will be addressed in this post. Acids in your mouth are the main culprit for cavity formation. This may come as a… Read more »

Steps for Remedying a Knocked-Out Tooth

What will you do when your child comes into the house crying because they have had a tooth knocked out? Here are six steps from the the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the American Dental Association that may help. Step 1: Recover the tooth. It’s important that you find the tooth as soon as… Read more »

A Fractured Dental Bridge Needs to Be Examined by a Dentist

Many times the dental restoration specialists at can replace a missing or extracted tooth with either a dental implant or a dental bridge treatment. In the case of a dental bridge, the corresponding dental work is created from durable dental materials to mimic the tooth enamel layer of the missing tooth and the tooth teeth… Read more »

Tooth Enamel Attrition Might Be Repaired by Installing a Dental Filling

The alignment and orientation of a single tooth can have a significant impact on its partners in your bite pattern. If one tooth is significantly misaligned and it goes uncorrected the unnatural occlusal relationship can cause the biting surface of one tooth to wear away on the lingual surface of another. At first, the changes… Read more »

Mouthwash Is Great for Teeth

Taking care of your teeth is a quest that lasts a lifetime. Luckily, if you are diligent, the habit is formed and it makes it much easier to take care of your mouth. But what if you already have a habit of brushing twice a day for 2 minutes, and flossing once a day? What… Read more »

Improve the Appearance and Function of a Tooth With a Dental Crown

You can improve the look and function of a broken tooth and protect it from future harm by receiving a dental crown. Most teeth can be saved from extraction and the bits of broken tooth salvaged. Dental crowns bond to the remaining tooth structure and hold the bits together for a durable restoration that can… Read more »

Improve Your Smile With a Dental Bond

Not all damage to your teeth requires major repair work. One of the easiest, and least expensive treatments for problems like minor cracks, stains, unevenly spaced or oddly shaped teeth is a dental bond. A dental bond is usually placed in a single appointment, and unless your dentist needs to remove any tooth decay, there… Read more »