Finding Other Ways to Floss

Your dentist has always reminded you to floss once a day along with brushing (2x per day) in order to maintain healthy teeth and gums. It is necessary to remove the plaque between the teeth so that it doesn’t build up and become gingivitis. Sadly, only four of 10 Americans floss at least once a… Read more »

The Basics of Halitosis

Are you ready to set forth an effective treatment plan to ensure that any issues or potential risks that can arise are minimized? To ensure you receive the best of care, not only should you make sure that you are brushing and flossing on a daily basis, but you should also assess your lifestyle habits,… Read more »

Treat a Loose Dental Bridge with Care

The placement of a dental bridge can effectively replace a missing tooth, especially if you provide proper care for the dental restoration. Dental bridges are very durable, though it’s possible for them to come loose and require proper, prompt care. Because the dental bridge is attached to natural teeth for support and the formation of… Read more »

The Benefits of Dental Implants

Untreated tooth loss can affect your smile and oral health in many ways, which is why it’s important to review the many options for tooth replacement to boost oral health and restore smile function. Depending on your needs, you may find that custom-made dental implants provide the solution you need by replacing missing teeth and… Read more »

Oral Health Strategies: The Smile You Desire

Do you have any issues with your oral health care that need to be taken care of? Are there any issues that continually arise that are linked to problems with your oral health? Have you suffered from routine issues that can potentially be linked to the foods in your diet? If any of these apply… Read more »

A Cavity May Be Causing Your Toothache

As hard as your tooth enamel is, there are still times when poor oral hygiene and other oral health complications can deplete it. As a new cavity starts to form, you might notice increased sensitivity or discomfort, a change in texture, or a mild discoloration. Without treatment, this decay can grow and eventually reach the… Read more »

Healing Gums Needs Special Care After a Tooth Extraction

Or , Dr. typically uses extraction as a last-resort treatment for a tooth that is too severely compromised to benefit from conventional treatment. Once the extraction is complete, the will provide you with any necessary prescriptions to treat pain,or  inflammation, and to prevent infection. While your gums are healing, you should stick to cool, soft… Read more »

Dental Sealants Last for Years

Dental sealants are a good method to fight off cavities and tooth erosion in your molars. They are a great investment that will take your oral health a long way. But how long exactly? To answer that, we have amassed this post for you on the longevity of oral sealants. Continue reading if you’d like… Read more »

What Is the Right Toothbrush for Your Smile?

Every toothbrush is basically the same, right? The kind of toothbrush you use doesn’t matter as long as you brush every day? Yes and no. Regularly brushing your teeth is very important, but using the right toothbrush will help you achieve a better clean and enjoy the process. Our team can provide professional recommendations to… Read more »

Toothpaste 101

Do you know all there is to know about toothpaste? If not, now is your time to learn! The more you know about toothpaste and other oral hygiene tools, the better. In fact, knowing facts about toothpaste can help you have a more effective, safe, and proper oral hygiene routine. So, our dentist, Dr. ,… Read more »