Oral Health Advisory: Tooth Decay

It is important to make sure that any debris in your mouth is washed away immediately. Debris that is left untreated can easily give rise to dental damage in the form of tooth decay. Tooth decay typically arises due to plaque buildup converting substances in your mouth into harmful acids which eat through your tooth… Read more »

Super Smile Treatments: Building a Better Diet

Is your diet doing damage to your smile? Many products that you consume can easily cause cavities and slowly wear down your tooth enamel over time. To ensure good oral health and that your teeth will continue to thrive for decades to come, establish effective dietary habits to keep your smile safe. Be aware that… Read more »

Dental Floss

Understanding the benefits of dental floss is essential for optimum oral health. Even though brushing your teeth twice a day can effectively clean your teeth and remove plaque, that is not enough to keep your smile completely safe, since your toothbrush cannot reach between teeth. You will need to use dental floss to clean between… Read more »

Your Partial Denture Needs Daily Cleaning and Good Oral Hygiene

A partial denture is often a convenient and effective option for replacing the basic function of multiple teeth lost to severe gum disease, untreated cavities, or significant dental trauma. The removable dental appliance is designed to closely match the shape and location of the missing teeth. Many people with a partial denture also like to… Read more »

Ensure Your Mouth Guard Is Appropriate For Your Sport

The presence of winter and rapid approach of spring mean that many sports are already well underway, and this season of the year correlates to a rise in emergency dental visits for oral injuries. Though wearing a proper sports mouth guard is not foolproof against injury, it could significantly decrease your risk of needing emergency… Read more »

Wisdom Teeth are Not All Equal

Not all wisdom teeth are made the same way. In some cases, wisdom teeth may never erupt. Do you know why? Find out in this post about wisdom teeth by continuing and reading on below. If you would like to have your wisdom teeth extracted, feel free to call our office to schedule you a… Read more »

Coping With Dental Anxiety

Do you ever feel anxious when you come to ? If so, you most likely have dental anxiety. Many people suffer this issue, so you’re not alone. The good news is that there are things you can do to cope with the anxiety and feel more comfortable in the dental chair. Our dentist, Dr. ,… Read more »

Focus Your Oral Health Care on Mouth Guards

One of the most effective oral health care treatment prevention options you should always consider is the use of a mouth guard. Mouth guards are highly effective in situations where dental traumas can arise. Even a single blow to the head is enough to severely damage your smile and set back your oral health care… Read more »

How to Recover After the Removal of Your Wisdom Teeth

Have you recently had your wisdom teeth removed? If so, it’s time to recover. Little did you know, the recovery period is quite important. In fact, you need to properly recover in order to have the top-notch oral health you’re looking for. So, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to help you recover by giving… Read more »

When Should You See Your Dentist?

For many people, the time to see the dentist is when they develop a toothache, have a cavity, a broken or cracked tooth, or some other problem with your oral health. And yes, you should schedule an appointment with the dentist when something is wrong, or if you are having a dental emergency. Be that… Read more »