Flossing: Time Well Spent

One of the most often asked questions at the dental office is, “Are you flossing daily?” If you answer with an emphatic “Yes!” your dentist will be so happy that may just leap from chair and dance a lively jig. That’s because not enough people consistently floss and your dentist is used to hearing the… Read more »

Helpful Dental Resources to Keep Your Teeth Strong

Your teeth are coated in an incredibly strong substance known as tooth enamel that is more durable than even the bones in your jaw. However, this doesn’t mean that tooth enamel is invulnerable; it can be worn away over time by bacteria and acids and is gone for good once it disappears. To keep itself… Read more »

A Dental Bridge is an Option for a Knocked-Out Tooth

Even though your teeth are strong and firmly attached to your mouth, a strong blow to the face can pack enough force to dislodge a tooth from its socket. We may recommend a dental bridge to replace a knocked-out tooth and maintain your beautiful smile. If the natural tooth can be preserved, we may be… Read more »

Take Care of Your Teeth with Cavity Prevention Treatments

Are you at risk for dental erosion? If so, it means you are susceptible to cavities. If left untreated, you can develop infections that lead to tooth loss. Thus, it is essential to make sure you’re taking the necessary steps to ensure cavity prevention is present in your everyday life. In order to make sure… Read more »

Almonds are a Tooth-healthy Snack

Do you enjoy snacking on almonds? If so, we’ve got some awesome news for you! Almonds are an awesome, tooth-healthy snack. Here are some reasons we’ve put together explaining why almonds are so awesome for your teeth and what you can do to allow them to help boost your oral health: Almonds are very easy… Read more »

Flossing: Don’t Skip This Vital Habit for a Healthier Smile

Flossing between your teeth once a day is vital for a healthy smile free from plaque and oral debris between the teeth and gums. Along with brushing twice a day for two minutes, as recommended by the American Dental Association—lowers your risk of gum disease and tooth decay harming your smile. Fortunately, you have a… Read more »

Visit Your Dentist About Cosmetic Dentistry

If you would like to improve your oral health through a smile makeover, a tooth restoration or replacement via cosmetic dentistry is in order. Cosmetic dentistry functions to drastically improve your smile for the look you desire. In many situations, tooth prosthetics and restorations that are used can cosmetically enhance your smile and can also… Read more »

Fixing the Front Using Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are thin but durable, ceramic shells bonded to the front part of the tooth. They can improve your smile by covering unsightly issues or damaged teeth. Smiling adds to your attractiveness and is how you present yourself to others. So, if you have issues with your smile, porcelain veneers are a natural-looking option… Read more »

Oral Health Care Fundamentals: Mouthwash

As the holiday season kicks off, make sure your oral health care prevention and treatment plans are well-established. If you haven’t already done so, make sure to select a mouthwash product that can protect your teeth and gums this holiday season. The two most common kinds of mouthwash products you can purchase are therapeutic mouthwashes… Read more »

Halloween Guidelines: Dental Abrasion and Candy

One of the biggest concerns individuals need to worry about during the Halloween season is dental abrasion. Dental abrasion occurs due to a wearing down of your tooth enamel to the point that cavities and decay have occurred. It is important to make sure you’re taking this time to take steps to properly treat your… Read more »