Gum Disease Can Cause Many Serious Problems

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a serious condition caused by plaque and bad bacteria in our teeth. Without proper care and treatment, this condition can lead to devastating results including tooth loss and bone loss. That is why it is vital to remember your oral hygiene habits to help you fight off… Read more »

Improving your Smile

There are many reasons why you may want to change your smile. From cracks in your teeth to stains in your enamel, there’s usually something about a smile that everyone wants to change. That’s why we’re proud to offer various cosmetic dentistry options for our patients here at in . Let’s look at a few… Read more »

Dental Implants Can Be Used to Mount a Bridge to Restore Multiple Missing Teeth

When dental implants first appeared on the oral health care scene they were primarily used to replace a single missing tooth. Twenty years of dental technology advancement now allows dental implants to be used to create abutments that can mount a bridge that can replace multiple lost teeth. A dentist at will need to examine… Read more »

A Porcelain Crown Can Be Installed to Improve an Unappealing Tooth in Your Smile

A tooth with chips, discoloration or visible fillings in your smile, can have a negative impact on your self-esteem. Many people with an unappealing tooth, will reach out to Dr. to find the best method of cosmetic restoration. One of the most common options recommends is to have all of the tooth enamel replaced with… Read more »

Replacing Lost Teeth With Implants

If you participate in contact sports or other high-contact activities without protecting your smile with a quality mouthguard, then you are at extreme risk of having one or more of your teeth knocked out. It is estimated by the American Dental Association that nearly three million teeth are knocked out during athletic activities each year…. Read more »

Dental Sealants Prevent Cavities

By early to mid-adolescence most children will have lost their baby teeth and hand them replaced by their set of 32 adult teeth. It’s not uncommon for molars and premolars to form deep pits, fissures and contours on the biting surfaces. These areas can often be hard for your child to adequately clean. Should plaque… Read more »

Do You Grind Your Teeth? Try These Treatments

Teeth grinding in , , is a common dental problem that destroys many smiles. If you grind your teeth, there is a high chance that your chompers can become cracked, fractured, and worn down. You might even develop jaw issues. So, the best thing you can do is prevent this habit as much as possible,… Read more »

How Can Mouthwash Help?

If you would like extra protection against tooth decay and gum disease, consider adding rinsing with mouthwash to your daily oral hygiene routine. Be aware that while mouthwash does not replace brushing and flossing your teeth, it can complement the positive effects to your oral health. Mouthwash can do many things for your smile, including:… Read more »

Caring for Your Smile at the Office

Instead of only brushing and cleaning your smile once a day, why don’t you do so three times a day by scrubbing your smile at the office? Cleaning your teeth at the office will help you have a stronger and healthier smile and it will also help you further prevent tooth decay and gum disease…. Read more »

Are Root Canals Common?

Did you know that root canals have an unfair reputation? In reality, most patients who have had root canal therapy and a cavity filled claim that the two are fairly comparable. This is especially good news, since you might be surprised to hear how common root canals actually are. What have you heard about root… Read more »