How Can I Prevent a Tooth and Mouth Injury?

If you wish to keep your smile in tip-top shape, it’s important to prevent tooth and mouth injury as much as possible. Unfortunately, oral injuries are quite common, especially for babies who are just learning to walk, kids who do dangerous things, and people who play high-contact sports. Luckily, there are things you can do… Read more »

Flossing Tips

Many of us remember to brush at least twice a day, But it also may be tempting to brush, use our mouthwash, and be on our way. So in a rush to get out the door in the morning, or the desire to get to bed at night, we may forget a powerful ally in… Read more »

Your New Dental Work Still Needs Focus in Your Oral Hygiene Regimen

Dental work, like bridges and crown restorations, are typically created in a professional dental lab out of special materials that are immune to bacterial decay. However, the health of the surrounding gums and the abutment that holds the dental work in your mouth can still be threatened by poor oral hygiene. Gum disease could potentially… Read more »

Tips for Treating Tooth Hazards

Have you recently suffered from a tooth hazard? Oral health hazards can be surprisingly common, so it is important to always practice discretion with your daily choices, making sure to keep your teeth and gums as safe as possible. Listed below are common tips for treating tooth hazards: – If you wear mouth jewelry, be… Read more »

Restore Your Smile for the Summer with Dental Bonding

Restore your smile for the summer with dental bonding. Dental bonding is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that is often used to repair or improve damaged teeth with a resin or porcelain material to vastly upgrade the look and function of your teeth. Listed below are just a few of the spectacular benefits that dental bonding… Read more »

Your Diet and Your Teeth

You may understand that there are a number of steps you should take if you’re hoping to live a healthy lifestyle. For example, you may know that following a healthy diet will help you stay healthy and strong. But do you know how the foods you choose can impact on your teeth? Unhealthy foods can… Read more »

Why You Shouldn’t Share Your Toothbrush

Would you be surprised to hear that you should brush and floss your teeth every day? Have you heard that you should schedule regular appointments with our dentist? If you do these things, do you ever wonder if there’s anything else you could do to keep your teeth strong? In reality, several common habits might… Read more »

Common Questions About Dental Bonding

Are your teeth slightly damaged or chipped? Do you have unsightly stains or discolorations that you wish you could conceal or repair without the use of replacing or concealing the entire tooth? If so, dental bonding may be able to help. Listed below are some common questions about dental bonding: What is dental bonding? a.)… Read more »

Dental Bridges: What You Should Know

Did you know that a missing tooth could actually be a serious issue? You see, if you are missing a tooth, your other natural teeth could move, you could be more susceptible to bad breath, and you might even have to cope with tooth decay. Fortunately, there are many different options that could replace a… Read more »

The Tips You Need to Keep Your Baby’s Smile in Top-Notch Condition

If you want your baby to have the strongest and healthiest smile possible, then it’s important to do all you can to take good care of their teeth and gums. To help you do so, our dental team encourages you to do the following things: –Use fluoride: Fluoride is a beneficial mineral you can find… Read more »