If One of Your Teeth Has Been Knocked Out It Can Be Replaced by a Bridge

Sometimes a blow to the face or a hard fall can actually knock one of your teeth out of the socket. This is even more likely if you participate in contact sports or other rigorous activities without proper protection from a mouth guard. If there are any remnants of the tooth left in the socket… Read more »

Five Questions That Test Your Dental Care Knowledge

Do you think you know a lot about dental care in , ? If so, it’s time to test your knowledge! Dental care can be tricky at times, so do your best to answer the following questions correctly and let us know how you do! Question: How often should I visit my dentist? Answer: It’s… Read more »

Recovery Advice Following Tooth Extraction

Dr. and our dedicated team want you to have the best and most successful oral health possible, which is why we recommend taking advantage of the healing process after you have had a tooth extracted. If you properly recover after treatment, you won’t run into any complications and you’ll quickly return to the strong and… Read more »

First Aid Considerations for Taking Care of a Knocked Out Tooth

It’s not unheard of for a hard fall or a blow to the face to damage the periodontal ligaments that anchor a tooth and cause it to be knocked out of the socket. If this happens to you there are a few things to keep in mind. If there is blood or debris in your… Read more »

Don’t Set Your Teeth to the Old Grindstone

Chances are you clench your teeth from time to time–like when you want to say things you probably shouldn’t, or the weather outside is too cold for humans to function. Occasional teeth grinding is not a problem, but when it becomes a chronic issue, the consequences can be pretty severe. Teeth grinding, or bruxism, has… Read more »

A Dental Fluoride Treatment for Stronger Tooth Enamel

Throughout the course of an average day acidic food and drink as well as the natural bacteria in your mouth, can attack the microscopic mineral structure of your tooth enamel. This process is known as demineralization. If demineralization is left unchecked for a long period of time it will weaken the structure of your tooth… Read more »