How Routine Dental Checkups Help Your Smile in the Long Run

When you come in for dental exams and we have cleaned your teeth and gum line and removed any hardened plaque, our dentist can look at them for any signs of trouble, such as cavities, loose or broken teeth, damaged fillings, and evaluate your risk rate of certain diseases which might also take into account... Read more »

Dental Support: Tooth Replacements

Are you in need of an effective tooth replacement to replace any missing teeth that you may have? In many situations, you may find yourself needing a reliable tooth prosthetic to repair the damage that may have occurred to your smile. By replacing any lost or missing teeth, you can lower your risk for further… Read more »

Understand Your Oral Health: Oral Health Support

Have you ever thought about ways to improve your oral health care? Are you aware of the different options at your disposal and what you can do to enhance your teeth and gums? Not only should you be focused on your oral health care in regard to your mouth, but also remember to keep your… Read more »

Knowing How to Enhance Your Smile: Your Diet and Your Oral Health

Are you familiar with tooth hazards that can arise from your diet? If you have not already done so, set forth a tooth hazard prevention plan to limit the effects of harmful substances in your diet. By assessing your diet and all products therein, you can help eliminate any substances that can continue to lead… Read more »

Your Family Should Use Oral Care Products That Have Earned the American Dental Association’s Seal of Acceptance

Good oral health plays an important role in your overall quality of life. When you or a member of your family struggles with cavities and gum disease problems it can cause discomfort and lead to worsening complications. A consistent and effective oral hygiene routine is the first line of defense against oral health problems. Brushing… Read more »

Knowing the Symptoms of Gum Disease

One of the biggest oral health risks that can arise on a day-to-day basis is gum disease. This condition is also referred to as periodontal disease wherein you have gum tissue infections. Oftentimes, gum disease may progress over a period of many years before the appropriate treatments can be given. Rather than waiting until severe… Read more »

Your Smile and Oral Cancer Screenings

Are you familiar with the common signs and symptoms associated with oral and throat cancer and what you need to do to help make sure that it is treated in time? Because it is a serious illness that can drastically hinder your oral health, oral cancer must be treated immediately. To help ensure that it… Read more »

Preventing Tooth Decay is Vital to Oral Health

Do you know you can prevent cavities? Tooth decay, also known as cavities can severely damage your oral health, and lead to severe problems in your future. That is why avoiding this condition is essential to the health of your smile. To give you more information on how to prevent tooth decay, our dentist, Dr…. Read more »

Why Saliva is Important to Oral Health

Your oral health needs saliva to wash away bacteria and food debris that could be lurking in your smile. If dry mouth occurs, try to drink as much water as you can or chew on sugarless gum to keep your saliva protecting your oral health. There are a lot people don’t know about dry mouth… Read more »

Dentures Need Proper Care and Cleaning

Are you familiar with the proper techniques of how to care and clean your dentures? If not, you have come to the right place! If you have dentures, then it’s important to know how to care for them correctly so that you can keep your dentures in tip-top shape for years. That is why, our… Read more »