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 »

Oral Health Essentials: Oral Cancer

As with many other forms of cancer, early detection is essential in ensuring the best possible chance of recovery. Thus, it is essential to have your oral cancer screenings as soon, or even before you notice signs of anything peculiar in your head, neck or face. Here are some things you should know about oral… Read more »

Balancing Prescription Drug Use and Oral Health

Almost everyone has a prescription or over-the-counter medication they need to take. This is meant to enhance their overall being and combat any health issues. However, some medications have dental side effects that can influence the oral health of your teeth, mouth, oral mucosa and soft tissues. We want our patients to be aware of… Read more »

A Root Canal Can Save Your Teeth

Do you have a toothache? There are many reasons why it may be causing you discomfort. Tooth decay, a damaged filling, a fracture bruxism or infected gums may all be possible causes. It’s also possible, however, that you may need a root canal. A root canal is required when the pulp inside your tooth becomes… Read more »

Keep Your Teeth Healthy While You Age

Thanks to modern advances in dentistry, older adults may be able to retain and keep their teeth through all of their elder years. As you age, it is important to buy the right products and maintain the correct habits to preserve your teeth. Knowing Your Products Clinics and companies keep up with the changing market… Read more »

Whitening Toothpaste Is Most Effective at Removing Minor Surface Stains from Your Teeth

Every time you drink a dark beverage, eat dark food, or use tobacco, minute dark particles are released in your mouth. When they adhere to the surfaces of your teeth it can leave you with minor dental stains on your smile. If they’re not removed in a timely manner these tiny dark particles can start… Read more »