Flossing and Brushing go Hand-in-Hand

Did you know, brushing and flossing go hand-in-hand? Well, it’s true! Brushing and flossing each day can work wonders for your smile. But if you skip flossing, you could still be putting your smile at serious risk. Here at in , , we care about your oral health, which is why we have provided some… Read more »

A Decayed Tooth That Severely Fractures May Require a Bridge Restoration

The natural bacteria living in your mouth have the ability to exploit your tooth enamel. This is even more likely to occur if you are inconsistent with your daily oral hygiene routine or fail to attend your routine dental exams at Dr. ‘s , office. With the passage of time, the tooth decay can compromise… Read more »

Are You at an Increased Risk for Cavities?

Are you at an increased risk for cavities? Cavities are the result of destruction to your tooth enamel so severe that a hole has formed in a tooth. Although your tooth enamel is a very sturdy protective layer of your teeth, it can be damaged as the result of plaque buildup and harmful acids. If… Read more »

You May Have Bruxism and Not Know It

Did you know that you may have bruxism and not even know it? Bruxism, also known as teeth grinding, is the condition of recurrently grinding and gnashing your teeth, often while unconscious. One of the most common forms of bruxism, sleep bruxism, occurs while you are sleeping and can easily go undiagnosed for long periods of… Read more »

What Are the Beneficial Types of Mouthwash?

Did you know there are different types of mouthwash that can do different things for your smile? Well, it’s true. This means you need to be careful when purchasing mouthwash at the store. To help you choose the best mouthwash for your smile and your oral health, our dental team is happy to explain the… Read more »

How to Prevent Gingivitis and Periodontitis

Gum disease is one of the worst dental issues to affect your smile. In fact, it can result in loose and lost teeth if you’re not careful. Fortunately, the first stage of gum disease, which is known as gingivitis, is more easily treated than the later stage of gum disease, which is known as periodontitis…. Read more »

Your Smile Can Always Use a Little Extra Care

Your smile can always use a little extra care Whether it be a bi-annual professional cleaning by our team at or a daily enhancement such as mouthwash, you smile can benefit from all the care it can get. Not only is mouthwash effective on the go to keep your teeth clean, but sugarless gum can… Read more »

Tooth Sensitivity: Remedies

Do you have sensitive teeth but assume you’ll have to deal with the issue? Are you tired of worrying about the foods you should or shouldn’t eat? Did you know that there are a few things you can do to actually prevent—and to address—sensitive teeth? Sadly, sensitive teeth can be caused by fairly common problems… Read more »

A Badly Broken Tooth Might Need to Be Extracted and Replaced

When healthy, your tooth enamel is technically stronger than most of your bones. Unfortunately, there are some extreme situations when a hard blow to the face can impart so much force that it severely fractures a tooth. If the pulp or root of the tooth has been significantly damaged, the badly fractured tooth might need… Read more »

What You Should Know About Dental Implants

Missing teeth can be embarrassing and affect your self esteem. Fortunately, there are several options you could consider using to address a missing tooth, and each dental restoration offers a number of benefits you should know about. Here is some basic information about dental implants. Dental implants are extremely durable and can help your smile… Read more »