The Dental Basics: Your Diet

Have you ever created a diet plan for your oral health? Although many individuals think of their diet in terms of how it affects their physical appearance, it’s also a good idea to think about the products you are consume and how they could potentially affect your teeth and gums. Not surprisingly, most products that… Read more »

Build Your Best Smile with Composite Dental Fillings

Highly effective composite dental fillings are available for individuals who are seeking tooth restoration treatments for cavities. Cavities arise due to holes in your tooth enamel often caused by dental erosion. To help treat cavities, the placement of a composite filling will be used to remove the decayed material and help prevent further erosion from… Read more »

Protection from Disease at the Dentist

When you see a healthcare professional, whether, for a check-up or more intensive procedure, you don’t expect to come out with a new sickness or infection. Your dentist takes your care seriously and strives to keep his facility, employees and himself clean from any transmittable diseases. Protection From Infection is the Law Any profession that… Read more »

The Steps to Building a Better Smile: Bruxism

The steps to building a better smile often begin with bruxism prevention. However, you may already be suffering from bruxism and not even know it yet. Thus, it is important to look for any signs or indications to determine if you are chewing or grinding your teeth while you sleep. Common symptoms of bruxism include… Read more »

Adjusting Dental Treatment for Pregnant Women

If you are pregnant, please give us a call so that we can prepare a special checkup for you. Even if you believe you may be pregnant, please get in contact with us so that we can adapt your treatment plan accordingly. Reach out to us about how long along you are or think you… Read more »

The Origins & Solutions of a Mouth Sore

With so many medical advancements and different technologies, you would think some things as simple as a mouth sore wouldn’t be such a continual irritant many people experience in their lives. Although most sores go away within a week, if it sticks around for longer than two weeks, you need to see your dentist or… Read more »

How to Have a Healthy Smile

Nothing beats a healthy smile! We know we should take care of our teeth and gums, but sometimes it’s good to go back and review the basics. Here are some simple things to remember when caring for your mouth. Brush: Brush your teeth two times a day, for two minutes each time. Do this every… Read more »

How Should I Deal With a Broken Tooth?

If you’re not careful, oral injuries could occur and you could experience a dental emergency. These situations can be scary and even a bit overwhelming. Fortunately, there are things you can do to handle the situation and save your smile. Today, Dr. would like to help you handle a broken tooth in , . Your… Read more »

Cavity Prevention Begins with Healthy Eating Habits

Protecting your teeth against cavities begins with every substance you place in your mouth, specifically the meals you eat on a daily basis. Cavity prevention begins with healthy eating habits. For a list of suggestions for cavity prevention, read on. – Consider using additional oral cleaning tools such as water flossers, mouthwash, and sugarless gum… Read more »

Are Water Flossers Effective?

When it comes to your oral health care, keeping your smile clean by brushing and flossing is one of the most effective things you can do to keep your smile clean. With so many different dental tools on the market, how do you know which one works for you? Water flossers are a newer form… Read more »