What Can Oral Hygiene Do for Me?

Oral hygiene is very important for your teeth, gums, smile and oral health, which is why our dentists strongly encourage you to keep up with oral hygiene regularly. Now, this might be a tough task if you’re not sure why oral hygiene is so important. Oral hygiene can: -Help you prevent cavities: Brushing, especially with fluoride… Read more »

The Advantages of Preventing Dental Erosion

Are you aware of the effects that dental erosion has on your smile? If dental erosion is not addressed, it can have a negative effect on your teeth and gums. It can lead to oral health problems such as cavities and tooth loss. To help ensure that acids that form in your mouth or come… Read more »

Taking Out The Wisdom Teeth – Needed or Not?

Not all patients or even dentists believe that removing the wisdom teeth is a necessary procedure, while others believe that doing it early, even before the need for orthodontic appliances, is a way to avoid issues in the future. Whatever side you come down on, here are some reasons for removal. Crowding – The main… Read more »

Bring Out Your Best Smile With Teeth Whitening

Our teeth go through a lot, and they often get stained along the way, which dulls their otherwise attractive white color. Does this mean we have to stand for it? Not necessarily. We offer a treatment here at that may bring back the luster to your smile. The process works with a special gel that… Read more »

A Fluoride Treatment Helps With Cavity Prevention

The mineral strength of your tooth enamel is an important factor in the overall health of your teeth. When chronic plaque acids from poor oral hygiene build up in your mouth it can deplete a microscopic amount of mineral density from your teeth. This problem could also be exacerbated by the frequent consumption of acidic… Read more »

The Dental Brigade and Cold and Flu Season

To prevent damage to your teeth and gums from arising, always remember to continue cleaning your mouth as needed. This is especially important if you find yourself battling an illness. During cold and flu season, your teeth can often end up vulnerable to dental damage and decay. Thus, it is important to continue to employ… Read more »

Care for Your Smile By Preventing Dental Damage

When the time comes to improve your oral health, you should start to think about what options you have in addition to brushing and flossing. Over time, oral accidents and injuries, or tooth hazards, so it is important to analyze your lifestyle choices and determine what you can do to keep your smile safe. Some… Read more »

A Large Cavity Needs Professional Treatment

If you do not brush your teeth twice a day and floss once a day, plaque acids, and bacterial deposits in your mouth could create a cavity. Without the attention of our dentist, Dr. an area of tooth decay will continue to grow. Sometimes a simple dental filling can be used to treat a minor… Read more »

Tobacco Use Can Easily Stain Teeth

The appearance of the teeth in your smile can have significant bearing in many of your common facial expressions. Dental stains that affect tooth enamel can leave you with an increasingly unappealing smile shaded in tones of yellow, brown, and gray. While certain foods and dark beverages are often linked to stained teeth, tobacco use… Read more »

Your Child’s Permanent Molars Might Be at Increased Risk of Tooth Decay

The permanent molars and premolars in the back of your son or daughter’s mouth play an important role in helping them efficiently chew and grind the foods they eat. Now that they have fully emerged from the gums, these teeth will need to last them a lifetime. Their regularly schedule dental checkups at ’s dental… Read more »