Protect Your Fall Smile with Oral Emergency Treatments

It is important to always maintain a safe and effective outlook on your oral health care status, including exercising caution with potential risks that can arrive. Oral emergencies and accidents can occur at any time. However, learning from history and preparing for future events is an effective treatment method to help prevent damage from occurring… Read more »

A Single Tooth Can Often Be Cosmetically Restored with a Dental Crown

Your smile has a significant presence in many of your facial expressions. When a single tooth is cosmetically impaired by discolored tooth enamel or a physical defect it can leave you feeling self-conscious about your appearance. In a situation like this, you should consult with Dr. and associates to find the most applicable method for… Read more »

What to Know About Composite Dental Fillings

Are your teeth hurting from tooth decay or some type of infection that is disabling your ability to speak and chew properly? A composite dental filling may be the answer for you! Our services provide this type of dental care so you can be relieved of any discomfort here at in , . Composite dental… Read more »

Oral Health Care 101: Dental Erosion

A common yet potentially severe oral health condition that can arise is known as dental erosion. Dental erosion, also known as enamel erosion, is the result of your tooth enamel being worn down by harmful acids. Although your tooth enamel is designed to protect your teeth, it is a very thin layer and not capable… Read more »

Oral Health Essentials: Toothache Prevention

Overcoming the obstacles of a toothache are crucial. Usually, a toothache arises when there is damage to the nerve endings within a tooth. As is often the case, this means the pulp of a tooth may be injured or your tooth enamel may have a hole and bacteria is leaking through. To see if nerve… Read more »

Teeth and Gums 101: Dental Implants

Are you aware that dental implants are tooth replacements built to withstand the rigors of chewing and speaking for the rest of your life? Even though dental implants can be injured, they are tremendously durable and capable of lasting for the rest of your life. Dental implants are enduring fixtures installed in your mouth in… Read more »

Improve Your Oral Health Care with a Focus on Cavity Prevention

The best way to ensure your mouth is well protected from the dangers of cavities is to eat right. If you eat healthily, your chances of ever developing cavities will drop immensely. In addition, a healthy habit will improve your overall health, not just your oral health. For a few helpful tips and guidelines, see… Read more »

Tongue piercing

Are we headed towards growing teeth on our tongues?…..Just thinking…..

Snapping Dental Floss Can Harm Your Gums

The American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing each evening. This is an effective first line of defense against gum disease, tooth decay, and other oral health maladies. Most people are content to brush their teeth, yet many can become remiss to floss. When this happens, stray food material and… Read more »

Root Canal Therapy: The Facts

You probably know that there are certain steps you’ll need to take if you’re interested in keeping your teeth healthy. You already know that scheduling check-ups with our team are important and that you should brush and floss your pearly whites regularly. However, did you know that a damaged root canal can only be treated… Read more »