Avoiding Gum Disease During Pregnancy

You may be able to recite several of the changes that the female body experiences throughout pregnancy. But many people aren’t aware of changes that take place in the mouth and affect oral health. Pregnancy can lead to an increased risk of gum disease and it’s important to really care for your smile while pregnant…. Read more »

The Key to a Great Smile with Dental Veneers

If you wish to dramatically enhance the visual appearance of your smile, one highly effective tooth restoration treatment to consider is a dental veneer, also known as the porcelain or dental porcelain laminate. Dental veneers are extremely durable and can be crafted and customized to give you the exact smile you’ve always wanted. If you… Read more »

Unlock Your Smile with Composite Dental Fillings

If you ever suffer from dental erosion to the point that a hole forms in your tooth enamel, a cavity will arise. A cavity can lead to severe oral ailments and can potentially cause infections and tooth decay to occur due to bacteria entering a hole in the tooth. In order to prevent further damage… Read more »

The Uses for Dental Sealants

Why exactly do we apply dental sealants? The foremost reason is to protect your pearly whites from damage resulting from bacteria and leftover food particles in your mouth. Continue reading to find out what we mean by this. It can be tricky to brush every spot and corner of your teeth (including those hard-to-reach molars),… Read more »

This Holiday, Skip the Hard Candies

Think about things you shouldn’t chew on: pen caps, lollipop sticks and maybe even ice come to mind. But what about hard candies? Although hard candies, unlike most of that list, are edible, their tough structure is too tricky to chew on, and if you do chew on them, you will probably end up cracking… Read more »

Flossing: The Key to a Healthy Smile

Flossing is one important key to fantastic oral health. Our dental team cares deeply for the state of your teeth and gums–so let’s talk flossing. Brushing your teeth twice a day is, of course, essential for healthy teeth. It scrubs away food particles and plaque that can harden into tartar, causing cavities and other oral… Read more »

Focus Your Oral Health Care on Oral Emergencies

Have you ever suffered from an oral emergency before? If not, it is important to remember that a single moment in time due to an oral accident or injury is enough to completely destroy your smile. Thus, it is important to always make sure you’re taking the necessary steps to keep your smile safe from… Read more »

A Dental Implant Supported Bridge Might Be Needed to Restore Multiple Missing Teeth

Automotive collisions and sports injuries, and severe oral trauma can sometimes cause significant damage to the roots of multiple teeth in one specific part of the mouth. In some of these cases, the trauma is too severe for Dr. to restore the teeth with a root canal.   In a situation like this might advocate… Read more »

How to Use Mouthwash

Rinse and spit: mouthwash is easy, right? Think it or not, using mouthwash is a little bit more complex than that. (But once you get down the steps, it really isn’t tricky at all.) We’ve put together a few instructions to assist you in getting the most out of your mouthwash-swishing sessions. Utilized appropriately, mouthwash… Read more »

Oral Health ABCs: Dental Erosion

Are you aware of the hazards that acidic foods and drinks can place on your smile? If harmful acids build up in your mouth, dental erosion can occur. Dental erosion, also known as acid erosion, is a condition in which you suffer a loss of tooth structure due to damage from harmful acids. Acid erosion… Read more »