Know Your Risk Factors For Bruxism

Do you know the signs of bruxism? If you have not heard of bruxism previously, you should know that it is a common and harmful oral condition in which you unconsciously grind your teeth, usually while you are asleep. Bruxism is difficult to self-diagnosis, which is why you should see a dentist if you are… Read more »

Root Canal Treatment Might Be Needed for a Severe Dental Trauma

A hard blow to the mouth can sometimes damage your teeth and soft tissues. In a severe case, a dental fracture might can cause problems not only for the enamel, but also for the root. If you or a loved one has just suffered a severely damaged tooth, it is a good idea to visit… Read more »

Care For Your Smile By Caring For Your Dentures

is pleased to provide custom-made dentures to help our patients enjoy full, healthy smiles. Though the appliances themselves can’t develop cavities or infections, they require proper denture care in order to serve you well and keep your smile beautiful. We offer the following tips for denture care to help you maintain your new appliance: –… Read more »

How Does Our Office Treat Tooth Sensitivity?

Tooth sensitivity is a problem for around 20 percent of Americans, and it’s an illness we treat daily at in , . Here are some bits of prevention guidance and pieces of information on service options. Both gum disease and sensitivity can be prevented if you follow healthy dental hygiene suggestions. Use non-abrasive toothpaste and… Read more »

Mouthwash: All About the Different Products Available

Do you find yourself overwhelmed when choosing mouthwash? If so, you’re not alone. Because there are many mouthwash options available, choosing the right mouthwash for your smile can be tough. To help you choose the best product that is personalized to your needs, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to tell you all about the… Read more »

A Routine Dental Exam and Cleaning Every Six Months Can Help Prevent Oral Health Problems

Your teeth, gums, and other oral tissues work together to allow your mouth to perform a wide variety of roles. Cavities and oral health problems can impede your oral function and have a negative impact on your quality of life. To help prevent this from happening, the American Dental Association recommends that you attend a… Read more »

Tips on How to Know if Your Child Needs a Mouthguard

A mouthguard is a strong and beneficial appliance that can keep your child’s smile in tip-top shape. In fact, it can protect their teeth, gums, and jaw when nothing else can. Our dentist, Dr. , recommends encouraging your child to wear a mouthguard at certain times so they can have the strong and healthy smile… Read more »

Dental Care as You Get Older

It is no secret that your body changes over time, and as your body changes, your dental needs change. There is no reason why you can’t enjoy good dental health during the second half of your life, but there are some things to consider that may not have been an issue for you when you… Read more »

Information About Plaque and Tartar Removal

One of the key steps of optimum oral health care includes keeping your mouth clear of any debris. Not only can food debris buildup in your mouth, but thin layers of bacteria known as plaque can settle on your teeth and gums. If plaque hardens and turns into tartar, it can be extremely difficult to… Read more »

The Finer Details of Tooth Restoration Treatments

Given the amount of dental treatments and services that are readily available in modern times, the chances to repair and restore your smile have drastically increased. Countless ailments, regardless of how much damage they have inflicted, can potentially be fixed by our team at our office. With our help, your smile’s best days may still… Read more »