Specially Formulated Toothpaste to Address Different Dental Needs

Brushing your teeth every morning and night with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste that has been approved by the American Dental Association is an important part of an effective oral hygiene routine. You also need to remember to floss your teeth at least once per day. With consistency, this daily routine will help clear… Read more »

Dentistry Blog for Beginners: Chewing Gum

Did you know that your teeth are extremely sensitive after eating meals? This is because acids can slowly begin to wear down your tooth enamel temporarily and leave your teeth extra sensitive to dental abrasion. Due to the fact that some toothpaste and toothbrushes can be slightly abrasive, it may not be a good idea… Read more »

Crowns, Bridges and Implants: How Can They Help You?

When teeth are damaged or lost due to gum disease, tooth decay, or oral injury, you will want to replace them to preserve the appearance and function of your bite and facial profile. Lost teeth allow teeth to shift and our face to appear to sink. To prevent this, we offer dental crowns, dental bridges,… Read more »

The Benefits of Professional At-Home Teeth Whitening

Are you interested in whitening your smile? If so, you should consider our at-home professional teeth whitening treatment. Our , Dr. , offers this treatment because it can help you in many ways. To elaborate, our dental team will be happy to list the benefits of at-home professional teeth whitening, which are: -Our professional at-home… Read more »

Dental Advice on Cavity Prevention Treatments

  To keep your oral health care at its maximum level of greatness, always employ effective dental damage prevention techniques. This includes cleaning your smile as much as possible and avoiding harmful acids that can contribute to dental erosion. In order to prevent cavities, you will need to be eating healthy and visiting your dentist… Read more »

These Six Rules Can Help You Enjoy Better Dental Health

You can enhance your dental health by taking steps to reduce bacteria and tooth decay. If you are unsure what more you can do for your smile, our dentist offers these six rules for great dental health. 1. Visit the dentist regularly. Your dentist will know how often you need dental treatment to keep your… Read more »

A Dental Filling May Be Right for Your Tooth Decay

If you have one tooth or more that has a cavity, Dr. can use a dental filling to treat the tooth decay and replace the lost tooth structure. Dental fillings at can repair and strengthen your smile for long-lasting dental health. To place the dental filling, our team uses a local anesthetic to numb the… Read more »

Why Are Teeth Cleanings Beneficial?

If you have a professional teeth cleaning appointment coming up, get ready for all of the benefits headed your way! These checkups can help you and your smile in many different ways. To explain, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to list some of the benefits related to your teeth cleaning appointments in , …. Read more »

Tips for Halloween: Caring for Your Teeth

Now that the Halloween season has come around, it is important to set up an effective oral health care plan to help you prepare for a successful season with a successful smile. If you are not careful, Halloween treats can easily damage your teeth and gums. If you choose to have a healthy and successful… Read more »

Oral Hygiene When You Are Sick

Cold and Flu Season is coming up quickly. If you find yourself down and out with an illness this year, chances are good that you will just want to curl up with a good book, or binge-watch your favorite program. You probably won’t feel like brushing your teeth, and oral hygiene may be the last… Read more »