Cosmetic Dentistry Superheroes: Dental Veneers and Dental Crowns

Are you ready to enhance your summer smile? Go big this year with a cosmetic dentistry superhero like dental veneers and dental crowns. Crowns and veneers stand apart from their competition due to their extreme popularity and effectiveness for getting you the smile you desire. With crowns and veneers, you can proudly display your smile… Read more »

Improve Your Toothache Care This Summer

Take care of your teeth so that toothaches do not occur. If you do feel a toothache, it means that the nerve endings are damaged in a tooth. This could be caused by a breach in the tooth enamel, including a crack or break. Improve your toothache care this summer. Look for the following symptoms… Read more »

Professional Diagnosis and Treatment May Be Needed for Tooth Sensitivity Relief

Tooth sensitivity is a somewhat common problem for millions of Americans. While some people might find temporary relief by brushing with a specially formulated toothpaste, this should not be seen as an effective long-term treatment solution. Many times, tooth sensitivity is linked to another oral health issue that could need professional diagnosis and treatment before… Read more »

An Extracted Tooth Can Sometimes Be Replaced with a Bridge

There are times when dental trauma or tooth decay is so severe that Dr. can’t viably treat the tooth with a root canal. In these situations, might recommend extracting the tooth to help reduce any pain and prevent an infection. Once the traumatized soft tissues have healed, Dr. can help you understand the dental restorations… Read more »

Avoid These Tools if You Want a Strong and Healthy Smile

Dr. and our dental team care about you and your smile. This is why we encourage you to do all you can to keep your teeth and gums in tip-top shape. One way you can do so is by making sure you use the safest oral hygiene tools when you clean your smile.  Unfortunately, there… Read more »

Great Oral Health for the Family

Parenting is far from easy, with the pressure of providing for all the needs your kids have, to being a good example, it’s really easy to feel overwhelmed. One thing that seems to be overlooked quite often is the need to set a good example of oral health for your kids. So to help you… Read more »

What to Do for Your Child While They are Teething

If you are a parent, you probably know that teething can be a very difficult time. Usually, your little one’s first tooth will erupt when they’re somewhere between four and six months old. Teeth will usually continue to break through the gums until they’re about two years old. Unfortunately, teething can be uncomfortable and painful,… Read more »

Beware a Little Pink in the Sink when Brushing and Flossing

Most people understand that brushing and flossing your teeth is absolutely critical for maintaining a healthy mouth. If you find yourself brushing and flossing and you notice a little pink in the sink, you should not dismiss these traces of blood as a sign that you were too aggressive. This is actually a salient sign… Read more »

What’s the Deal with Tartar?

If you’ve heard all the commercials and seen all the ads about certain dental products supposedly offering a way to battle tartar, but don’t know what the fuss about tartar is, you’re not alone. A lot of people don’t know what tartar is, how it affects oral health, or perhaps more importantly, why you need… Read more »

Tongue Cleaning Can Be Part of Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine

Your daily oral hygiene routine is founded on brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing once each evening. This helps remove residual food particles and plaque from your teeth and gumline. At the same time, the rough surfaces of your tongue can also trap bacteria and plaque, causing bad breath and encouraging overnight plaque… Read more »