FAQ About A Cone Beam CT

What is a cone beam CT? A cone beam CT is an advanced, 3D imaging device used in the dental field to produce high-resolution radiographs. What parts of the maxillofacial area can a cone beam CT show? This equipment shows not only your teeth, jaw, and gum tissues, but also... Read more »

Whitening Toothpaste Is a Popular Way to Remove Minor Stains on Teeth

The natural processes of aging along with factors like tobacco use, staining foods and drink can cause unappealing stains on your teeth. How deeply stained your teeth are will directly influence the whitening products or procedures needed to give you a bright, white smile. Make sure you talk to your... Read more »

Full Mouth Reconstruction: Is if Right for You?

If you need dental work, we recommend scheduling an appointment soon. Unfortunately, sometimes a routine treatment isn’t enough for some patient’s problems. In fact, some patients need a full mouth reconstruction. A full mouth reconstruction is typically reserved for patients who need extensive work—whether they lost teeth through trauma, disease,... Read more »

What Is the Basic Procedure for Getting a Crown

A crown is essentially an artificial tooth that is placed over top of the root of a tooth that has been damaged or has suffered a large amount of decay. Some people might also opt to have a crown placed over a tooth in their smile that has been damaged... Read more »

Understanding Mouth Guards

Being physically active is not only necessary to your overall health, but many people find it to be fun. However, no matter what your idea of fun is, give yourself the proper equipment to keep your smile safe from serious injuries. Mouth guards can assist in preventing injuries such as... Read more »

Keeping Your Dental Implant in Tip-Top Shape

Dental implants can be a great way to restore your smile. And if you recently made the decision to have a dental implant, you may be wondering how you can keep it in tip-top shape for years to come. Well good news, our team will show you what steps you... Read more »

Contagious Cold Sores And Dentistry

Did you know that 6 out of 10 people have the cold sore virus? The initial infection of HSV-1 (herpes simplex virus 1) often occurs when one is young and it is usually mistaken for a cold, fever, or flu. The virus remains inactive in the body until a trigger... Read more »