Multiple Missing Teeth Might Be Replaced by a Dental Implant Supported Bridge

Losing multiple teeth to a severe oral trauma or untreated tooth decay can leave a significant void in your mouth. Not only can this hamper your ability to efficiently chew food, it could also affect your speech and leave you feeling self-conscious about your mouth’s appearance. If you find yourself in a situation like this,… Read more »

Super Smile Treatments: Water Flossers

The most important thing you can do to improve your oral health is to always look for ways to improve your oral hygiene habits. For many individuals, dental floss can prove to be extremely difficult to use due to risks associated with using thread. Furthermore, joint pain and aging can make it even more difficult…. Read more »

Align Your Oral Health Care Goals with Tooth Replacements

Are you aware of the risk factors associated with lost or missing teeth? If you ever have any lost teeth, it is imperative that you have them replaced as soon as possible. Leaving missing teeth unreplaced can put you at a severe oral health risk for several ailments. Not only can the area become a… Read more »

Superior Smiles Include Cavity Avoidance

  Do you protect yourself against cavities every day by cleaning your mouth out with a daily routine such as brushing and flossing? Are you aware that there are numerous other steps you should be taking to make sure your mouth is free of dental erosion and cavities? If not, it is important to analyze… Read more »

How to Have a Top-Notch Oral Health as an Adult

You deserve a top-notch oral health as an adult. This can give you the strong and healthy teeth and gums you need to have the best smile possible. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to help yourself achieve that optimum health goal, and they’re not as tough as you might think. Our dentists,… Read more »

The Foundation of Oral Health This Holiday Season

Your toothbrush is the foundation of your continued oral health this holiday season. Take care of it by following these simple tips! The American Dental Association suggests that you replace your toothbrush every 3-4 months. With so many holiday gifting opportunities, this is a great time to replace the brushes of your whole family! This… Read more »

Improve Your Oral Health with Chewing Gum

The more you do to protect your smile, the greater chance for oral health care success in the future. This includes using alternative cleaning tools when brushing and flossing are not available. One highly effective treatment to consider is using chewing gum after meals to keep your smile safe from the dangers that can exist… Read more »

A More Attractive Smile With Veneers

When Are They Used? If you are self-conscious or ashamed of your smile, our dentist may recommend veneers. Veneers can be used to close gaps and improve the appearance of slightly crooked teeth. Veneers are also used to correct minor smile imperfections, like stained, chipped, cracked, or worn-down teeth. What Are the Advantages of Veneers?… Read more »

A Knocked-Out Tooth Might Be Replaced with a Dental Bridge

Sometimes an accidental blow to the mouth can carry enough force to sever the periodontal connective tissues that anchor a tooth into its socket in your gums. In some of these cases, the damage to the tooth or the local oral structure is so severe that a dentist like Dr. simply cannot save the tooth… Read more »

Dealing with Your Dental Anxiety

Not everyone is comfortable with a visit to the dentist. Some people may feel uneasy or anxious as they day of their appointment gets closer. However, some people have a full-blown fear of the dental chair. That fear can be based on a number of things. Some people don’t like having another person’s hands in… Read more »