Building a Foundation for Your Smile With Tooth Replacements

Are you familiar with what your options are if you should ever suffer tooth loss? If you do have missing teeth, you can experience a severe downturn in your oral hygiene health. Missing teeth can even limit the functionality of various aspects of your face, head, neck, teeth and gums. To avoid difficulties associated with… Read more »

Daily Dental Care Matters to Your Dental Implant

Though dental implants are designed to endure for years, they need to receive proper care on a daily basis just like your natural teeth to stay in good shape and prevent dental issues. It’s common to have questions about how to care for dental implants, and we are happy to answer a few with these… Read more »

Your Denture Needs Daily Care and Cleaning

Your complete or partial denture, provided by our dentist, is designed to replicate the basic appearance and function of your missing teeth. Even though the removable dental appliance will not be vulnerable to tooth decay it will still require some daily care and cleaning. With consistency, it will help maintain a comfortable fit in your… Read more »

A Composite Dental Filling Can Repair a Cavity That Appears When You Smile

The teeth in the front of your mouth are often visible when you smile. When a cavity develops on one of these teeth, it can be unsightly. Some people who suffer from tooth decay on a front tooth also complain of heightened sensitivity when biting into certain foods. If you have been experiencing a problem… Read more »

Replenish Your Smile With Interdental Cleaners

If you wish to enhance your oral health through the use of oral hygiene routines, make sure you’re always brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing every day as well. Flossing is essential for optimal health because brushing cannot adequately clean between teeth. Thus, an interdental tool such as a water flosser or dental… Read more »

Protect Vulnerable Back Teeth From Decay With Dental Sealants

If you are one of many people who have deep textures in the biting surfaces of their back teeth, this is normal but can pose health risks if you are unable to clean these areas fully when brushing. When food particles and plaque stay trapped, they can lead to tooth decay and cavities that require… Read more »

How Much Do You Know About Oral Cancer?

Oral cancer is a dangerous disease that affects about 42,000 new patients in the United States each year. An important fact you should keep in mind about oral cancer is that recovery is much more likely if the disease is diagnosed in its earliest stages. You can protect your health from oral cancer by being… Read more »

Holiday Dentistry: Mouthguards

Just as brushing and flossing are extremely effective for protecting your teeth from microscopic damage that can occur due to harmful acids and plaque buildup, it is important to protect your smile against oral accidents or injuries that can arise from high-risk activities and contact sports. Thus, it is important to make sure you are… Read more »

Common Oral Health Reminders: Cosmetic Dentistry

If you’re looking to upgrade your smile to the best possible look, look no further than a cosmetic dentistry enhancement. Cosmetic dentistry treatment procedures are given by your dentist to the drastically improve or enhance the look of your teeth. There are numerous forms of cosmetic dentistry that can be used to enhance your smile…. Read more »

Protecting Your Tooth Enamel

Believe it or not, the enamel on your teeth is the toughest substance in your body. Its job is to protect your teeth from plaque, tartar, sugar, bacteria, and acids that will damage your teeth. It also shields the inner parts of your teeth from heat and cold, allowing you to eat and drink. However,… Read more »