Dentistry Year-in-Review: Dental Floss

We wish your holiday season to be merry for the rest of this year and many years beyond. We hope at the end of the year, you take the time to establish an oral health care checklist to ensure you are adequately cleaning your teeth as necessary each day. Don’t forget to monitor your daily… Read more »

Dental Facts on Dental Damage Prevention

  In order to properly care for your smile, it is important to make sure you are exercising caution with all changes in your life and habits that are contained therein. Every new habit your life brings up brand new opportunities for dental damage, so it is important to always think about how many hazards… Read more »

A Dental Implant Supported Bridge Can Help Replace Multiple Missing Teeth

If you are reticent to have cavities treated, the tooth decay will inevitably progress to compromise an increasing amount of healthy dental structure. In time the poor oral hygiene condition in your mouth could leave you with severe cavities on multiple teeth. This could potentially result in the total loss of two or more teeth… Read more »

Specially Formulated Toothpaste Can Help Address Different Dental Needs

The American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoridated toothpaste. Most brands that have earned the ADA’s Seal of Acceptance also include a mild abrasive component to help remove food particles, residual sugar, and plaque buildup from the faces of your teeth. Ideally, you want to focus… Read more »

Wear These Mouth Guards for Sports

Fall is here, which means that football season is underway. During this period of the year, we see an increase of emergency visits to our office. Though it’s not an infallible way, using an appropriate mouth guard could avoid many of the dental emergency dental visits we receive. We want you and your children to… Read more »

The Ways Your Oral Health is Linked to Your Overall Health

A top-notch oral health is very important. In fact, it’s so important that having a poor oral health can affect your entire body and create a relationship with major health issues related to the major organs in your body. This is why your dentist, Dr. , asks you to have the best oral hygiene routine… Read more »

Give Your Smile the Nutrients It Needs

Giving your smile the nutrients it needs will help you have the smile you desire. Along with your daily oral hygiene routine, your teeth and gums thrive under a healthy, balanced diet. At , we recommend a nutritious diet for our patients in , , to maximize oral health. You can protect your teeth from the… Read more »

The Ins and Outs of X-Ray Technology

If you’ve ever been to a dental office (and it’s very likely that you have), you’ve almost certainly had an x-ray taken of your teeth. But while it’s one thing to participate in that, it’s quite another to fully comprehend the ins and outs of x-ray technology. Here’s some information that might enlarge your viewpoint… Read more »

Look for the ADA’s Seal of Acceptance Before Purchasing a Child-Safe Toothpaste

The American Dental Association offers several guidelines and recommendations to help people of all ages to maintain a healthy mouth. This is especially important for children. Tooth loss from severe cavities can result in the loss of a primary tooth, which could increase their chances of needing braces in their teenage years. At the same… Read more »

The Best Smiles are Possible with Additional Oral Health Care Treatments like Chewing Gum

Sugarless gum is a fiercely debated topic as to whether it is good for your oral health or not. Even though individuals with jaw disorders should not be chewing gum, for everyone else, there are indications to suggest that benefits can be had from chewing gum, especially after meals. The best smiles include additional oral… Read more »