Keeping Your Molars Safe

Since your molars are located in the back of your mouth, and you probably don’t give much thought to chewing. Because of that, your chances are good that you don’t think about your molars very often. Unless of course one of those teeth develops a cavity, at which point the tooth will likely have your… Read more »

The Benefits of Dental Cleanings

is pleased to create oral health awareness this month, as October is National Dental Hygiene Month. Along with your daily brushing and flossing habits, dental cleanings and checkups are beneficial to preserving excellent oral health. So, what can your dental visits do? Let’s take a look! Cavity Prevention: you know that sticky film that coats… Read more »

Dentistry Topic Data Blog: Plaque and Tartar

How well would you rank your oral health care treatment? A key indicator of how your oral health care routine is going is with the presence of plaque. If plaque is present, then there are many things you should be doing to improve your oral health care. Oftentimes, plaque may be difficult to detect, so… Read more »

The Impression Digital Scanners Can Make on Your Smile

Our dentists suggested that you have a dental restoration placed. In many offices, this would mean that a traditional mold or impression would be taken. If you have ever had one of these impressions before, you know that they can be uncomfortable, goopy, and messy. Some patients even gag when a traditional impression is taken…. Read more »

Oral Hygiene: The Best Cleaning Tools for Your Smile

Dr. and our dental team care about you and your smile, which is why we encourage you to keep your smile in tip-top shape by cleaning your teeth and gums regularly and visiting every six months. Another thing we encourage is to use the proper oral hygiene tools while you clean your smile. To help… Read more »

The Basics of Brushing and Flossing

Most of us feel pretty good about brushing and flossing. After all, given everything else that takes place during our day, taking care of our teeth is a no-brainer, right? Your toothbrush and your dental floss are not complex things. They don’t need to be tuned up, rebooted, or defragged. And, let’s be honest, to… Read more »

The Facts of Oral Hygiene: Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Preventing baby bottle tooth decay is of the highest importance when it comes to the oral health care in children. Baby bottle tooth decay is named thusly so because tooth decay in children is frequently caused by baby bottles, or more precisely, the substances within. Here are a few tips about baby bottle tooth decay:… Read more »

Enamel Erosion Can Leave Your Teeth at Increased Risk of Cavities and Tooth Sensitivity

If you consume acidic beverages on a regular basis or you struggle to maintain good oral hygiene habits it can cause an acidic environment to develop in your mouth. This is even more of a concern if you struggle with an eating disorder. The longer the situation goes without treatment or remediation the more likely you… Read more »

Keeping Your Smile Clean as a Teen

Keeping your smile clean as a teen begins with taking care your smile by avoiding bad habits and peer pressure situations. Here are a few tips about caring for your teenage smile: – As a teen, one of the most common oral accidents occurs due to partaking in contact sports while not wearing the proper… Read more »

Check Up with Your Dentist During Your Pregnancy

Call ’s office today to set up an appointment or consultation with Dr. if you haven’t already. Visiting your dentist during pregnancy is just as important when you are not pregnant if not more so. Inform your dentist of how many months you are into your pregnancy and what medications you are taking. Vitamins and… Read more »