Keep Teeth Healthy While Traveling

In the hustle and bustle of travel, it can be hard to keep up with regular dental care habits and keep teeth healthy. This is especially true when it comes to dental hygiene and dental care. Don’t get into a “tourist trap” of unhealthy eating. Convenience stores, gas stations and airports are full of sugary… Read more »

Steps to Ward Off Gum Disease

Do your gums bleed easily, or do you have persistent bad breath that doesn’t seem to go away? If so, you could be suffering from gum disease. Although gum disease is a serious concern, it can be treated. To help you ward off gum disease, our , Dr. with in , , is happy to… Read more »

Tongue Cleaning Can Help Reduce Bad Breath

A consistent daily oral hygiene routine is an essential component in the prevention of oral health problems. The American Dental Association advocates that you should brush your teeth each morning and night with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste. It’s also important to thoroughly floss between all your teeth and along the gumline. Some individuals… Read more »

Teeth Whitening Treatments to Keep in Mind

If you are interested in brightening your teeth, we invite you to consider professional teeth whitening treatment. Our dentist will provide precise guidelines on choosing a treatment that meets your smile goals and maintaining the results of your procedure. Below are a few general guidelines to keep in mind when you are choosing your method… Read more »

Oral Health Care Plans: Tooth Restorations

If you should ever require repairs to your smile, visit our s for a restoration treatment. In the event that a tooth is damaged, a tooth restoration, such as a dental crown, dental filling, dental veneer or teeth whitening, could be beneficial. Tooth restorations are highly effective opportunities to improve the look and function of… Read more »

Do You Need a Dental Inlay or Onlay?

The ridges, or cusps on the surfaces of your back teeth helps them to chew, grind and breakdown your food. Unfortunately, these same cusps can trap food material, plaque, and bacterial deposits that can create cavities. If your regularly scheduled dental checkups at reveals a cavity in one of these areas, Dr. might be able… Read more »

A Damaged Denture Requires a Dentist’s Attention

A complete denture is created from special materials intended to replicate the basic appearance and essential function of missing teeth. This is often an effective option for people who have suffered significant tooth loss from chronic periodontal disease, decay or injury. While the denture is intended to be durable enough to handle daily wear and… Read more »

Your Child’s Dental Checkup Might Include a Fluoride Treatment

Your son or daughter needs a regularly scheduled dental checkup every six months. Each of these important appointments at is designed to clean their teeth, monitor the development of their mouth, and detect any developing oral health problems. Children and adolescents sometimes struggle to maintain a consistent and effective daily oral hygiene regimen. The results… Read more »

Save a Loose Dental Crown with Timely Professional Treatment

The procedure to place a dental crown at uses a strong dental-grade adhesive to secure the crown in your mouth. While the cement is designed to keep the crown firmly in place for many years, certain situations can weaken the bond. If you experience advanced gum disease or a blow to the face, your dental… Read more »

Review Your Options for Dental Floss

Did you know that, when it comes to dental floss, you have a variety of options? It’s much easier to keep your smile healthy when you understand your product options. Our dentist and team are thrilled to answer any oral health questions you have, and today we want to discuss your options for dental floss…. Read more »