Tips for a Positive Dental Visit

Do you wish you could be free from dental anxiety and nerves? If so, our dentist, Dr. , is more than happy to help you! Fortunately, there are things you can do to eliminate your dental anxiety and experience a more positive dental appointment! Some tricks you can use to relieve your nerves include: -Bringing… Read more »

Oral Health Improvements Begin With Dentures for Those With Lost Teeth

If you have lost your teeth, then dentures may be an ideal option for you. Dentures are a way to restore your oral health if you find yourself missing teeth. They sit on the top of your gums and can work as you need. To help you understand more about dentures, or dentist, Dr. with… Read more »

How to Recognize and Address Dry Mouth

Your mouth produces lots of saliva as a crucial factor in protecting your teeth and gums to prevent dental problems. In fact, saliva is responsible for cleaning the teeth after you eat to remove excess food and bacteria particles. Saliva can also reduce your risk of dry mouth, which otherwise can increase the likelihood of… Read more »

Renew Your Smile with Dental Veneers

At , our dedicated team is very pleased to provide options for cosmetic dentistry, including dental veneers crafted from porcelain or resin material, to enhance our patient’s smiles. The procedure for dental veneers is very simple and masks unwanted dental flaws on the front teeth. If you are interested in receiving a full smile makeover… Read more »

Cavities 101

If you want a top-notch smile, then you need to keep your teeth and gums in tip-top shape. Unfortunately, there are many things that threaten the smile each day, and one of those things is tooth decay, which is also known as a cavity. It’s best to prevent cavities as much as possible because they… Read more »

Reinvent Your Smile with Gum Disease Risk Factor Prevention

Caring for your smile has never been more important than when oral ailments begin to take place. If a severe oral health condition such as gum disease begins to take hold, it will need to be treated to ensure your entire smile is not affected. Thus, it is a good idea to put a prevention… Read more »

Dental Advice on Dental Sealants

Many individuals are at an increased risk for dental erosion due to the products they consume. Numerous sugars and starches are known to be heavy contributors to tooth decay. This is because plaque buildup and bacteria in your mouth can convert these substances into harmful acids that will chew through your tooth enamel. To keep… Read more »

Tooth Enamel Attrition Might Need to Be Treated with a Dental Crown Restoration

Deviations in the alignment or relationship of multiple teeth in your bite pattern could potentially cause one tooth to abnormally wear away the tooth enamel surface. At first, the problem might go unnoticed. However, as time goes on a tooth suffering from enamel attrition might start to develop overt symptoms. This could gradually change in… Read more »

Different Types of Toothpaste Can Address a Specific Dental Condition

The American Dental Association advocates a consistent daily oral hygiene routine to help prevent common oral health problems like cavities and periodontal disease. This includes flossing your teeth at least once each day as well as making a concerted effort to brush all the surfaces of your teeth each morning and night. When brushing it’s… Read more »

Do You Have a Weakened Filling That Needs a Dental Crown?

When we place a dental filling at , it is intended to last several years; however, age and poor dental health can cause both amalgam and composite material to weaken. Furthermore, the original tooth enamel that surrounds the filling is still vulnerable to tooth decay. If you have a filling that you suspect has become… Read more »