Do You Need Full Mouth Reconstruction? We Can Help!

Have you avoided going to your dentist for some time? Do you have chipped, cracked, or broken teeth? Are you worried about the health of your smile? If you are, or if you need extensive work, you may need to consider a full mouth reconstruction. Full mouth reconstruction can be... Read more »

Fake Teeth Need Love Too

If you’ve had any teeth replaced, either in the form of dentures, crowns, implants, or dental bridges, then you’ve successfully restored your smile to what it used to look like. However, if you neglect to take care of these new teeth then you’ll end up back where you were before... Read more »

A Healthy Halloween Smile: The Tricks You Need to Know

When most people think of Halloween, they think of the fun costume they’ll wear and the large bag of candy they’ll have at the end of the night. Most don’t think about their smiles, especially children. However, we encourage you to think of your child’s smile this Halloween so they... Read more »

Quality Oral Hygiene Products Must Earn the American Dental Association’s Seal of Acceptance

Oral hygiene products have different uses and different levels of quality. In response to this, the American Dental Association instituted their Seal of Acceptance program in 1931, to help consumers choose the best oral hygiene products for their family. Since that time, it has become the standard of quality for... Read more »

First-Aid Tips for Dealing with Toothache Pain

A toothache can be caused by several different things. Even though it is most often a result of advanced tooth decay, there are also less obvious things that could be causing the pain. Regardless of the underlying cause, a toothache should always be seen as a warning sign of something... Read more »

Important Care Tips for Your New Bridge

Your new bridge represents a serious investment in restoring one of your lost or damaged teeth. Even though it’s made from an artificial material that will not decay in the presence of oral bacteria, your new bridge will still require some basic care and oral hygiene attention. Hardened tartar, formed... Read more »

What is a Tongue Scraper?

You know that if you want to enjoy good oral health, you need to brush your teeth twice a day and floss daily, but did you know there are other things you can do to improve your oral health? Naturally, we recommend considering all of your options when it comes... Read more »

Do You Suffer with Night-Time Teeth Grinding?

Bruxism, or grinding your teeth in your sleep, is a relatively common occurrence, nearly 70% brought on by stress or anxiety, according to the Bruxism Association, which is based in the U.K. Other contributing factors for teeth grinding in your sleep include sleep apnea, smoking, caffeine or alcohol consumption, or... Read more »

Cavities: Are you Predisposed?

Do you brush and floss your teeth regularly, but still get cavities? Conversely, do you know anyone who seems to skate by without ever having a cavity? If you do, you aren't alone. You see, many people are predisposed to cavities because of genetics. In fact, individuals with soft tooth... Read more »

Why Six Month Dental Visits Make a Difference for Your Child’s Smile

If you have ever wondered why your child’s six-month dental visits matter, you are not alone. Even though their teeth may not be permanent, their oral health sets the foundation for healthy teeth coming in. And even though we sometimes get so busy we may be tempted to skip these... Read more »