Toothache Pain Needs Timely Treatment to Prevent Further Complications

Dental trauma and tooth decay can have serious ramifications to your oral health and function. Should you experience a toothache or a pain or pressure deep within your gums, you should not delay in seeking treatment at . The longer you procrastinate professional diagnosis and treatment, the more likely you are to suffer serious complications…. Read more »

The Facts About Sharing Your Toothbrush

Have you ever thought that sharing or borrowing a toothbrush is probably harmless, especially if you rinse the brush off first? In reality, though, you shouldn’t share your toothbrush or ever let anyone else use your brush. As you may know, everyone has different bacteria in their mouth. Toothbrushes can actually harbor bad bacteria, and… Read more »

Holiday Party Tips for Your Smile

Do you have holiday parties coming up? If so, it’s best to keep your smile in mind while you mingle with friends and family and eat delicious holiday treats. To help you keep a strong and successful oral health while you celebrate the holidays, our team encourages you to do the following things: -Eat healthy… Read more »

Whitening Strips Can Whiten Minor Stains on Your Teeth

On a microscopic level, your tooth enamel has microscopic textures in the mineral crystals. These surfaces can sometimes trap tiny staining particles found in the dark foods and beverages you enjoy each day. If these minor surface stains are not cleared away in a timely manner, they can start to penetrate deep into the enamel,… Read more »

Remember Oral Health at Halloween

This is a great time of year to help your younger children – and maybe yourself as well – remember oral health habits. With so much free candy floating around, it’s easy to forget what you need to do in order to ward off cavities and other tooth-related problems. So in an effort to help… Read more »

A Knocked Out Tooth Can Be Restored By a Dental Implant

Each one of your teeth is held in its socket by a series of strong periodontal ligaments. Unfortunately, there are extreme situations where a hard fall, a blow to the face or other unforeseen accident can sever these ligaments and effectively knock the tooth out. A dentist at will first want to examine your mouth… Read more »

A Loose Crown Can Lead to Serious Complications

A crown is meant to restore the presence of a damaged or decayed tooth for a long time to come. However, there are some circumstances when a crown can come or feel loose. While it might be a case of a blow to the face damaging the cement anchoring the crown to the abutment. In… Read more »

Everyday Tips for Taking Good Care of Your New Dental Veneers

The dental veneers installed on your smile by your dentist, Dr. , are made from a porcelain material that is not vulnerable to tooth decay. So, there are a few everyday tips to keep in mind that help you take good care of your dental veneers in , . All of the teeth in your… Read more »

Dread the Drill? Try Air Abrasion

If you hate dental drills, you are not alone. With its sounds, smells, and connotations of pain, many people really don’t like these little tools. At , we take your comfort very seriously. To that end, we employ air abrasion as a substitute for traditional drilling in many procedures. Air abrasion uses controlled bursts of… Read more »

Fillings are Fantastic

If you have a dental cavity, a chipped tooth, or oral decay, your dentist may choose to restore and repair the tooth with a dental filling. Fillings are a very common dental service throughout the world; each day, thousands and thousands of dental fillings are provided by the dentists of the world. Most likely, you’ve… Read more »