Oral Health Care as You Age and Why It is Needed

If you are looking to keep your smile and your oral health in tip-top shape, it is important to continue to clean your teeth and gums daily. Your teeth will wear down with age if they are not properly taken care of, so it is imperative to keep them clean and free of harmful acids… Read more »

Not All Broken Teeth Are Doomed to the Fate of a Tooth Extraction

Although dental damage can be serious and can cause many oral health ailments, there is often the chance for the damage to be reversed. In many cases, the damage can be reversed, or at worst, the beauty of the tooth can be restored or enhanced. Not all broken teeth are doomed to the fate of… Read more »

Having a Tooth Repaired with a Dental Filling Can Prevent a Cavity from Growing

Tooth enamel that has been compromised by poor oral hygiene habits is at increased risk of suffering a cavity. When this happens you might notice a change in the tooth’s texture, an area of discoloration, or increased sensitivity. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms you should seek timely dental care at Dr. ’s… Read more »

Dental Veneers Can Help Address Chronic Dental Staining Problems

If you use tobacco products on a regular basis or you enjoy dark beverages, then chances are pretty good that you’ve noticed dental stains on your teeth. Without making significant changes in your lifestyle habits the discolored tooth enamel will likely persist. A dental bleaching treatment with Dr. can certainly restore your while smile. However,… Read more »

Poor Oral Hygiene Encourages Cavities

The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth twice each day and floss each evening. This should also be followed up by a twice-annual dental checkup and cleaning. Any inconsistencies in this oral hygiene regimen will significantly increase your chances of suffering a cavity on one of your teeth. If the cavity is… Read more »

The Basics of Oral Cancer

Although oral cancer is found all around the world, over 40,000 cases are found every year in the US, making it a deadly disease with a high screening rate. If you are unsure if you need an oral cancer screening, always err on the side of caution and have them done. For additional help, here… Read more »

Tooth Extraction Preparation and Planning Procedures

Are you looking to have a tooth extracted? Although many broken and damaged teeth may look unrepairable, there are plenty of dental treatments to save teeth in even the worst condition. However, in the event a tooth cannot be saved, extractions should be performed to ensure the tooth does not lead to serious infections. Listed… Read more »

A Quality Water Flosser Can Help Clean Places a Toothbrush Struggles to Reach

The American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing once daily. This daily oral hygiene routine is an important part of maintaining a healthy mouth in the long-term. While your soft-bristled toothbrush and toothpaste with mild abrasives can do a significant amount of plaque and food particle removal, there might still… Read more »

What You Can Do About Dental Anxiety

Have you heard that you should brush and floss your pearly whites twice a day? You should also remember to set up an appointment with us every six months. These visits are important because they will give us an opportunity to examine your pearly whites and to address any problems we identify. Still, have you… Read more »

Untreated Dry Mouth Can Increase Your Chances of Suffering Tooth Decay Problems

Dry mouth is a blanket term used to describe an oral condition where your mouth produces less saliva than normal. While a single day of dehydration can prove to be the culprit, long-term, chronic dry mouth can have very serious ramifications for the health of your mouth. Your natural saliva production helps wash away food… Read more »