How Routine Dental Checkups Help Your Smile in the Long Run

When you come in for dental exams and we have cleaned your teeth and gum line and removed any hardened plaque, our dentist can look at them for any signs of trouble, such as cavities, loose or broken teeth, damaged fillings, and evaluate your risk rate of certain diseases which might also take into account... Read more »

Are Your Oral Habits Making Your Teeth Sensitive?

If you have tooth sensitivity, your discomfort could have a large number of causes, from tooth enamel loss, exposed dentin and old dental fillings to cavities and gum disease. For some patients, tooth sensitivity comes from incorrect tooth brushing or a habit of tooth grinding that irritates the teeth. Use of a poor toothbrush or… Read more »

Oral Hygiene Success: Toothbrushing for Kids

Are you aware of proper habits and techniques to employ for brushing your child’s teeth? If you have not already done so, begin setting forth an effective oral hygiene routine that includes brushing your child’s teeth twice every day. As soon as the first tooth begins to appear, which commonly occurs before they are one… Read more »

Mouth Jewelry Can Damage Your Teeth

Mouth jewelry has become a popular addition to many people’s wardrobe. Unfortunately, most people do not realize the dangers mouth jewelry can pose to your teeth and the severe damage that could be avoided. Mouth jewelry is considered a hazard to your oral health, which is why our dentists, Dr. with in , , are… Read more »

Building a Foundation for Your Smile With Plaque Prevention

Taking care of your smile includes making sure that you’re always minimizing risks associated with gum disease and tooth decay. One of the most common risks of damage to your tooth enamel exists due to plaque buildup in your mouth. Although plaque buildup is only a sticky film that lingers in your mouth, it can… Read more »

Is It Time to Treat a Toothache?

If you are suffering persistent tooth pain, the best time to receive treatment is now. We urge you to never ignore dental pain, or else you may experience heightened discomfort and need to receive more invasive dental work before too long. Ongoing tooth pain can be addressed by our dentist and team to help you… Read more »

The Significance of Your Temporomandibular Joints

Your temporomandibular joints are popularly known as TMJs. They are the ball and socket joints that connect the jaw to the skull so that you can move your mouth in all directions. The existence of your TMJs allows for efficient speech, the ability to open and close the mouth and chew up food to promote… Read more »

The Dental Damage Done by Illegal Drugs

Alcohol and tobacco, legal drugs somewhat acceptable in society today, have already been known to be harmful for your teeth and gums. Indeed, many prescription drugs do equal damage. What is not talked about frequently is the destructive nature that illegal drugs have on your oral health. Here is some info that you might like… Read more »

Prevent the Formation of New Cavities With Fluoride Supplements

Your smile can develop cavities if the bacteria in your mouth has the opportunity to exploit a weakened area in the tooth enamel. Cavities are more likely to occur if you drink unfluoridated water, drink a lot of acidic beverages, or don’t practice an effective oral hygiene regimen. Fortunately, our dentist can detect problems with… Read more »

Three Reasons a Dental Implant Is Often Ideal

Because of the popularity of dental veneers and dental crowns, many patients forget that dental implants can also restore their smiles, especially because the lack of titanium screws make crowns and veneers much simpler. However, dental implants can benefit your smile in ways that other cosmetic procedures can’t accomplish. We propose these three reasons to… Read more »