Effective Oral Hygiene Can Freshen Your Breath

More commonly referred to as bad breath, halitosis is a dental condition often caused by harmful bacteria that creates foul odors. The presence of bad breath can affect your self-esteem and your personal relationships. Our dentist can help you eliminate bad breath by developing effective oral hygiene habits. There are three important dental habits you… Read more »

A Dental Crown Can Make Your Damaged Tooth Whole Again

When extensive tooth damage, deep stains, or discoloration are beyond the restorative power of most dental restorations or teeth whitening, a dental crown may be the ideal treatment for your smile. Dr. provides custom-made dental crowns to make damaged teeth whole again. These protective caps are placed over damaged or misshapen teeth to provide protection… Read more »

Tips on Making this Halloween a Little More Fun for the Teeth!

If you’re interested in having a more tooth-focused Halloween in , , then you have come to the right blog! With our dentist, Dr. ’s, tips, your child’s smile can have a little more fun this Halloween. Those tips are: First, give your child the idea of carving their pumpkin like a tooth! Now, this… Read more »

The Answers to Your Questions About Flossing

If you have questions about flossing, you’re not alone. Many people find flossing complex and even confusing. This oftentimes leads to them skipping the flossing routine altogether. This is a dangerous move. So, if you have questions about flossing, our dentist, Dr. , is more than happy to help you by providing the answers to… Read more »

Take Care of Your Toothbrush for a Healthy Smile

We talk about brushing twice a day, for 2 minutes each session. But in order for brushing to be effective, you need to have an effective toothbrush. Here are some things to know about taking care of your brush. First, your brush is yours, and only yours. Don’t ever share toothbrushes! Toothbrush sharing spreads bacteria,… Read more »

Tooth Loss Complications Can Often Be Prevented by Restoring the Tooth with a Dental Bridge

When a tooth is knocked out, lost to an untreated cavity, or extracted to prevent further infection, it can affect your mouth in a variety of ways. At first, you might only struggle with decreased oral function and potential changes in your speech as well as the appearance of your smile. Over time, the structural… Read more »

The Warning Signs of a Bruxism Disorder

Bruxism is a common oral health disorder characterized by grinding teeth. Although it can be difficult to spot when it is happening , there are plenty of warning signs. For more information about bruxism, consider the following: – Looking closely at the appearance of your teeth, can you tell if they look duller and flatter… Read more »

How Dental Sealants Work for You

Did you know dental sealants can protect your children from poor oral health? Well, it’s true! Dental sealants can work for you to keep your smile safe for years to come! That is why, our team here at in , , is happy to talk to you about dental sealants and how they can keep… Read more »

Which Toothpaste is Right for Your Child

Do you make a point of brushing your little one’s teeth twice a day? Naturally, brushing is important, but did you know that the toothbrush and toothpaste you use are important? In fact, there are a few things you need to know if you’re hoping to help your child keep their teeth as healthy as… Read more »

A Tooth Lost to Avulsion Can Be Often Be Restored by a Dental Implant

Oral accidents and oral trauma can sometimes be severe. One of the most extreme situations is suffering a dental avulsion. Sometimes referred to as having a tooth knocked out, the damage to the tooth and socket are often so severe that Dr. can’t viably treat the tooth with a root canal. For a case like… Read more »