What You Should Know About an Abscessed Tooth

You’ve probably heard that you should be brushing your teeth for two minutes twice a day. You might also understand that you should set up an appointment with us every six month and that you should contact us if you suffer from any kind of dental emergency. As you are probably aware, you may have… Read more »

Why Sharing Your Toothbrush is Bad

Do you floss and brush your teeth on a regular basis? Do you set up regular checkups with your dentist? Do you ever wonder if there’s something else you could consider doing? Sadly, there are actually several common habits that might actually harm your oral health. For instance, did you know that sharing your toothbrush… Read more »

Tooth Decay on a Chipped Tooth Can Be Prevented

Your tooth enamel can suffer a chip or minor dental fracture from several different sources. It could arise from chronic night grinding or a hard-to-break habit of chewing on pencils and pens. Athletes who forgo the use of a necessary mouthguard are particularly prone to suffering a chipped tooth. Even if the chipped tooth doesn’t… Read more »

What Causes Gum Recession

You may have heard that brushing and flossing are important parts of protecting your oral health. You may also know that you should visit our team twice a year for routine visits. Still, you should contact us if you spot signs of a problem—including symptoms of gum recession. A few of the symptoms of gum… Read more »

The Tips You Need to Help Your Baby Maintain a Healthy Smile

Do you want to keep your baby’s smile in tip-top shape? If so, then our dental team has the helpful tips and information you need! There are many things you need to do on a regular basis to give your baby the top-notch oral health and smile they deserve. Those things are: –Use fluoride: Fluoride… Read more »

How to Deal With Cracks In Your Teeth

Teeth can endure a lot of things. While they are designed for strength, the repeated pressure of having to chew on solid things such as ice, hard candy, and popcorn kernels can eventually lead to cracks forming in the tooth’s enamel. Habits such as teeth grinding or chewing on the jaw can also lead to… Read more »

Professional Dental Whitening Can Safely Remove Deep Stains from Your Smile

When stains set into the teeth in your smile, it can have an adverse effect on your self-esteem. Some people will turn to the whitening products sold in stores to try and restore the whiteness of their teeth. Unfortunately, most of these products aren’t potent enough to remove deep stains from teeth. Some of them… Read more »

A Titanium Dental Implant Can Fuse with the Surrounding Bone Tissues

There are several different dental restorations that can be used to replace the presence and basic function of a lost tooth. In the past, this was primarily done by a removable partial denture or by installing a dental bridge. Each of these restoration methods came with the common complaint that the restored function of the… Read more »

Healthy Teeth and Gums for a Healthier 2017

As we say goodbye to another year and hello to a new one with the promise of bright new beginnings, don’t forget to put your smile on your list of resolutions! A healthy smile not only boosts your self-image but it benefits your general health as well. To help you with your journey, we would like… Read more »

Repairing Cavities with Fillings and Crowns

Cavities are tooth decay that chews a hole in your tooth enamel, the outer layer of your teeth. If you don’t brush and floss consistently, a sticky film of bacteria, called plaque, can form on your teeth. These bacteria make acid that eats at your teeth from the sugars you eat. You can help to… Read more »