Tricks You Can Do Every Day to Help Your Smile

If you want a top-notch oral health and smile, then you need to care for and clean your teeth and gums regularly. This means you need to brush twice a day, floss once a day, rinse with mouthwash daily and visit your dentist, Dr. , for a routine dental cleaning and exam every six months…. Read more »

Fresher Breath For the New Year

Everyone has at least one unpleasant experience of having bad breath, possibly due to drinking coffee or alcohol, eating something potent, or using tobacco. Bad breath can often be resolved with dental hygiene, but chronic bad breath (halitosis) is a sign that you should visit the dentist. If you want to begin the new year… Read more »

Your Oral Health and Food Choices

In many families, there are three things you know to never to bring up: politics, religion, and DIETING. We understand that there are a lot of foods out there you shouldn’t enjoy if you hope to maintain strong oral health, but we thought that some positive data on helpful foods would be of use. The… Read more »

Five Helpful Tips to Help Relax You at the Dentist

When it comes to feeling comfortable and relaxed at the dentist, there are many tips we offer. Here are the top relaxation tips, to ensure your next visit with us will be one of comfort and ease. – The most important step is to keep your dentist informed. If doesn’t know you are uncomfortable, you… Read more »

Dental Restorations: Aging and Dental Health

Always make sure you are taking care of your smile every day for the rest of your life. Even though many individuals may have you believe your teeth cannot survive a lifetime of regular use, that isn’t true. In order to enjoy your teeth and keep them strong for the rest of your life, always… Read more »

Significant Dental Stains Caused by Tobacco Might Need Professional Whitening Treatment

The tar and other chemicals introduced in your mouth by occasional or frequent tobacco use can have an adverse effect on your oral health, while also causing significant dental stains on your tooth enamel. As your teeth continue to turn an unsightly shade of yellow, gray, or brown, you will likely find the mild dental… Read more »

End of the Year Discussions about Dentures

It is highly advisable that if you have any lost or missing case to have them replaced as soon as possible. If missing teeth are left untreated, you can increase your risk for tooth decay, plaque buildup, and can cause your jawbone to deteriorate even further, which can lead to gum destabilization and tooth slippage…. Read more »

If a Dental Filling Can’t Repair a Cavity, the Tooth Might Need a Dental Crown

Plaque acids that build up in your mouth can gradually start to demineralize your tooth enamel. If this acidic oral condition persists for a long time it can cause a small cavity to develop on one of your teeth. Most cases of tooth decay are discovered during your routine dental checkups with Dr. . If… Read more »

Why It’s Important for Your Smile’s Health to Floss Every Day

You may already know it’s important to floss your teeth at least once a day, but have you ever wonder why it’s so prominent in the dental world? There are many reasons why you should floss your smile every day, and our dentist, Dr. , is happy to explain to you and your smile why… Read more »

Golden Dental Crowns: A History

Dental crowns come in multiple different materials, one of the more popular being gold. Because gold is a malleable substance practically invulnerable to decay, it makes a great dental substance for replacing pearly whites. However, golden teeth have held different appeals throughout the years, and their suitability to replacing natural pearly whites is only one… Read more »