Essential Dental Tips on Dental Floss

  In order to keep your teeth safe, it is essential to make sure you’re practicing effective oral health care and hygiene treatments on a daily basis. This includes brushing and flossing your teeth daily. It is highly recommended that you brush your teeth twice a day and floss between your teeth every day as… Read more »

Refill Your Beautiful Smile With Removable Dentures

If you have suffered the loss of several teeth as a result of gum disease or tooth decay, you may be struggling with an impaired ability to speak and chew. Even if some of your natural teeth survived in your mouth, they may have been weakened and could contribute to tooth loss in the future…. Read more »

Yearly Oral Health Reminders: Mouth Guards

Are you in need of a mouth guard? The truth is, very little people often think about the need of a mouth guard, as there are for prevention and protection rather than for restorations and repair. Typically, as humans, we only seek treatments after a disaster has already arisen. However, mouth guards are extremely important,… Read more »

Sugar, Acid, and Your Teeth

Trick or treat time is here, and with it comes a plethora of sweet treats. You’ve probably heard that sugar is bad for your teeth, so you shouldn’t eat a lot of it. But do you know why? You should limit sugar for oral health. In order to understand why, it is important to understand… Read more »

Essentials of Mouthwash

  Mouthwash is a good tool in any dental-health enthusiast’s tool chest. It can help you keep your mouth clean and your breath fresh, and it’s really not that difficult to use. Mouthwash’s advantage is its removal of plaque and food remnants from your oral cavity. The liquid substances that make up mouthwash have antibacterial… Read more »

The Treatment Options that Can Help with Gum Disease

If you have gum disease, there are many ways it can be treated. Typically, the earlier stages of the disease can be treated with non-surgical treatments while the later stages can be treated with surgical treatments. To tell you a little more about these procedures, our dentist, Dr. , would like to give you some… Read more »

A Chipped Molar or Premolar Needs to Be Repaired to Prevent a Severe Cavity

If you unconsciously grind your teeth when sleeping, or you have a bad habit of crunching on ice, you could potentially suffer a chip or minor dental fracture on one of the molars or premolars in the back of your mouth. Without timely treatment from one of the dentists at , food matter and plaque… Read more »

Acidic Beverages and Plaque Acids Can Threaten the Mineral Integrity of Your Tooth Enamel

The outer tooth enamel layer of your teeth gives them the hardness and durability to bite, chew, and grind the foods you eat. It is made from a complex matrix of microscopic mineral crystals. Inconsistencies in your daily oral hygiene routine can allow plaque acids to build up in your mouth. When combined with the… Read more »

Dental Bridges and Their Positive Effect on Your Oral Health

Although dentures attract most of the attention when it comes to tooth replacements, dental bridges, also known as fixed partial dentures are extremely effective for replacing teeth. Dental bridges work by anchoring themselves onto neighboring teeth in your mouth for a durable hold that can last many years. Effective benefits of dental bridges include the… Read more »

Your Routine Dental Exam helps Detect Cavities, Gum Disease, and Signs of Oral Cancer

The American Dental Association recommends having a routine dental exam and cleaning performed twice a year by a professional dentist. This simple outpatient appointment will help detect any signs of cavities, gum disease, and oral cancer. The appointment starts with a dental hygienist performing a thorough dental cleaning. Once all signs of calculus and plaque… Read more »