Are Dental Implants Right For You?

In recent years, dental implants have become very popular for replacing missing teeth. There are advantages to having implants. They look natural and blend in with the other teeth in your smile. You can brush and floss your implants, just as you do your regular teeth, and they do not need to be removed for… Read more »

What is Gum Disease?

Gum disease — also defined as pyorrhea and periodontal disease — is an infection of the gums that hurts teeth when left untreated. Recognizing how this ailment impacts much of the population can help motivate and prep you to battle its damaging effects. Although we frequently group periodontal sicknesses under the umbrella term “periodontal disease,”… Read more »

Keeping Your Dentures Clean

If you wear dentures, you obviously don’t have to worry about getting cavities, but just because they are not natural teeth, that does not mean that you don’t have to keep them clean. Dentures collect food debris and bacteria just like normal teeth. You have an advantage when it comes to cleaning your dentures. Since… Read more »

A Dental Bridge Needs a Little Extra Oral Hygiene Care

A void left behind by a missing tooth can cause several complications beyond the obvious impairment to your ability to chew food. To prevent orthodontic complications and restore the full function of your mouth, Dr. can install a dental bridge into the void. This is a single piece of dental work that corresponds to the… Read more »

Try a Deep Cleaning to Fight Plaque and Tartar

You may brush your teeth twice a day, floss once each day, and use mouthwash on a regular basis, and still not get rid of the plaque that is on your teeth. The reason is that plaque is something that your mouth creates all on its own, and the battle against plaque is one that… Read more »

Are You Informed about Mouthwash?

Are you informed about mouthwash? Are you aware that mouthwash does not have a singular defining feature for your oral health care, and instead it can vastly differ in the services each product can provide for your smile? Although many mouthwash products claim to freshen breath and destroy bacteria, there are no guidelines regulating mouthwash… Read more »

Oral Hygiene Regimen

A good dental regimen is vital to keep a healthy and bright smile. This includes brushing, flossing, and seeing your dentist twice a year for a deep cleaning. here in , , wants you to keep up your oral hygiene as all the festivities and busyness or laziness of the summer creeps up. Brushing and… Read more »

Is Your Mouthwash Functioning as Intended?

Within the oral health care industry, there are plenty of secondary cleaning methods that are highly effective for your oral health care, such as mouthwash. Although mouthwash is not to be used as a substitute for brushing and flossing, when used correctly, it can be a welcome addition to any oral health care repertoire. Is… Read more »

Get Filled in on Fillings

A filling really is nothing more than a way to restore a tooth that has been damaged from decay. Dr. will remove the decayed tooth material, clean the area and fill in the space with filling material. By doing this, the tooth will be restored to its proper shape and function, and bacteria will be… Read more »

Protect Your Summer Smile with an Oral Cancer Screening

Protect your summer smile with an oral cancer screening. To ensure your oral health remains in tip top shape, get regular screenings to check for oral cancer, as over 40,000 people in America are diagnosed with the disease every year. Listed below are some of the most commonly found signs of oral cancer: – Check… Read more »