Taking Care of Your Veneers

Dental veneers are a great way to make minor improvements to your teeth. Veneers can fix problems with chips, stains and spacing. Remember that because your dentist needs to remove some of the enamel from your teeth, the process is irreversible, so you will need to take some steps to make sure that your veneers… Read more »

Signs That Indicate You Should See Your Dentist

Regular, routine dental checkups and cleanings are vital to achieving excellent oral health. Why? These visits not only help keep problems from arising, like tooth decay or gum disease, but they also allow problems to be treated while they are least invasively and least costly to resolve. In addition, there are signs that may indicate… Read more »

Dental Crowns Can Improve Your Oral Health and the Appearance of Your Smile

Did you know, a small dental crown can be used to improve your oral health and the appearance of your smile? It’s true! Having a beautiful smile in many cases can be made a reality through the use of a dental crown. Dental crowns also have the power to restore your oral health too. Dr…. Read more »

Don’t Let Cavities Take Your Child’s Molars

To keep out cavities, you want to brush and floss your teeth daily. But there are times when you can’t get all the debris out of the fissures and grooves of your teeth, especially the ones in the back of the mouth that are harder to reach. These molars, used for chewing the bulk of… Read more »

The Best Smiles are Built with Dental Bonding

To ensure your smile receives the care it deserves, always visit your dentist for routine examinations, oral healthcare restorations or repairs you may need. If you do require a restoration to repair any damage than they have occurred, speak with your dentist about the possibility of a service restoration through the use of a dental… Read more »

What Treatments Can Fix Cavities?

If you have a tooth that is suffering from tooth decay, then it’s important to treat it right away. Tooth decay, which is also known as a cavity, is a major dental issue that can destroy your tooth and affect your smile if you let it. The earlier you treat it, the better. Fortunately, there… Read more »

Healthy Dental Habits for Seniors

Daily Brushing and Flossing Although it may have been awhile since you had a cavity, there is still a risk due to dry mouth–which occurs because of common prescription medications. Choose a toothbrush with soft bristles and a toothpaste with fluoride. Getting between the teeth is important, and brushing cannot do it all. Try a… Read more »

Plaque Removal with Toothbrush and Toothpaste

Proof of plaque, calcified tartar, has been discovered on Neanderthal tooth fossils from 50,000 years ago. While we don’t know for sure if these first cavemen did anything about it at that time, the evolution of the toothbrush emerges here. Assuming that early man ultimately decided that it was to his advantage attracting a mate… Read more »

Important Tips About TMJs

One of the most important procedures that occurs in your jaw is via a ball-and-socket joint known as your temporomandibular joint. Temporomandibular joints, also called TMJ’s, are responsible for the very movements of your mouth, and function to aid in eating chewing and speaking properly. However, they can be easily damaged. Fortunately, if you do… Read more »

You Might Need a Root Canal

Do you have sore teeth? Do you experience sensitivity to hard, spicy or hot foods? If yes, you might need to stop by our office for an oral examination, and depending on what we find, we may suggest a root canal treatment. Learn a little bit more about when root canals are needed by reading… Read more »