Oral Health Keys: Cavity Prevention

We want your holiday season to start off right this year. In order to ensure a spectacular holiday season and many more in the future, it is important to set forth a cavity prevention plan to keep your smile safe from the dangers of tooth decay and dental erosion. To help prevent cavities, consider the… Read more »

Fall in Love With Your Smile When Receiving Dental Veneers

You may notice that, over time, your smile has developed mild to moderate smile flaws such as cracks, chips, or stains. If you are tired of having a less-than-perfect smile that you are embarrassed to show, Dr. can help you fall back in love with your smile by providing custom-made dental veneers. Dental veneers look… Read more »

How to Prevent Plaque Buildup When You Have Braces

Plaque is a white, sticky film that clings to your teeth and promotes dental issues, like tooth decay, gum disease, and teeth with white spots. It’s best to keep plaque at bay as much as possible, especially when you have braces. To help you do so, our orthodontist, Dr. , has some tips for you…. Read more »

Dental Sealants: The Answers to Commonly Asked Questions

Do you have questions about dental sealants? If so, you’re not alone. For some, dental sealants might seem complex and even a bit confusing, especially if they don’t know much about the product. So, to help you know more about dental sealants and to find the answers you’re looking for, our dentist, Dr. , is… Read more »

The Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Skip Your Dental Cleaning Appointments

Sometimes people think it’s OK to skip their regular dental cleaning and exam appointments, especially if they think their smile is good enough without them. Well, even if the teeth and gums seem healthy and strong, it’s still important to visit your dentist. So, if you’re one of these people, please remember to visit Dr…. Read more »

The Uses of Jaw and Facial Pain Treatments

The uses of jaw and facial pain treatments can play a significant role in the development of your oral health due to the fact that they help keep your jaw functional. Here are some things you should know about jaw and facial pain: – If you spot any of the symptoms of jaw or facial… Read more »

The American Dental Association Understands Dentistry

Are you familiar with the many talents of the American Dental Association? If not, that’s ok! Our professional dental team here at in , , is happy to tell you about the American Dental Association, and why we are proud to be part of their organization. The American Dental Association, also known as the ADA,… Read more »

A Tooth Missing a Large Filling Might Need to Be Restored by a Crown

Large fillings, especially those on the biting surface of a back tooth, tend to have a finite lifespan. Poor oral hygiene habits can further weaken the bond holding a large filling to the surrounding tooth enamel. This might also cause heightened sensitivity or a change in the tooth’s color or texture. If you procrastinate having… Read more »

Your Child’s First Dental Appointment: What to Expect

You may also know that there are several things you’ll need to do if you’d like to keep your little ones teeth healthy. For instance, you may also know that you need to brush their pearly whites and start flossing once they’re baby teeth start to touch each other. However, would you be surprised to… Read more »

The Benefits of Using Water Flossers

A water flosser is an interdental tool that can be used when traditional tools such as dental floss are inaccessible or too difficult to use. If you are an elder individual or suffer from various forms of physical incapacitations, your dental floss capabilities may be limited. To ensure an effective job can be done for… Read more »