Oral Health Surprises: Tooth Decay

An effective treatment plan for keeping your smile safe from the risks of dental damage includes making sure that your tooth enamel is well protected. If for any reason your tooth enamel is breached, bacteria can enter a tooth and cause pulp death and eventual tooth loss. To prevent the rise of tooth decay, in… Read more »

What Happens in a Routine Dental Checkup

Despite the fact that good oral health is linked to overall health, many Americans still avoid going to the dentist. A recent Gallup poll reports that over one-third of adults didn’t bother going to the dentist at all in the past year. Yet, you are supposed to be going every six months. Just so you… Read more »

Keeping Your Dentures in Good Shape

If you are considering dentures as a solution to replace missing teeth, our team is happy to provide more information on how to care for them. Even though false teeth are not like your original tooth enamel, they still need to be cleaned every day to keep them in good shape. To learn how to… Read more »

Got Dry Mouth? Here’s What to Do

Dry mouth, which is also called xerostomia, is an oral health problem that often involves a dry, cottony, and uncomfortable feeling in the mouth. It is often caused by certain medications, not consuming enough liquids, certain foods, and more. Fortunately, there are things you can do to help your dry mouth, and our , Dr…. Read more »

Floss for a Healthier Smile in 2018

You brush your teeth twice a day for 2 full minutes, because you know it is the key to a healthy smile. But is that all there is to it? Many people who are diligent about brushing are less diligent about another process that is just as important: flossing. Flossing should be a lifelong companion… Read more »

A Knocked Out Tooth Needs First-Aid Measures While Seeking Professional Treatment

When sufficient force is applied to the mouth from an accidental fall or a hard blow during sports, it can potentially knock out a tooth, or cause significant dental trauma. If you or someone near you has just had a tooth knocked out or severely damaged, it’s important to apply some basic first-aid measures while… Read more »

What To Do When You Have a Cavity

A cavity occurs when your tooth enamel has been highly damaged, enough that a hole has developed, which exposes the inner parts of your tooth. If measures are not taken, cavities can cause infection or even tooth loss. Cavities don’t just happen for no reason.If you have a cavity, it’s time for a re-assessment of… Read more »

Find the Answers to Your Dental Implant Questions Here

If you have questions about dental implants, you’re not alone. The dental restoration is quite complex, which can make the treatment process and even the implant itself a little confusing and overwhelming. This oftentimes leads to many questions for many people. So, to help you find the answers you’re looking for, our dentist, Dr. ,… Read more »

Adding a Fluoride Treatment to Your Dental Checkup Can Help Prevent New Cavities from Developing

The American Dental Association recommends having a routine dental checkup and cleaning performed twice each year. This will clean away traces of hardened tartar from your mouth while also detecting any signs of cavities, oral cancers, and periodontal health problems. The first phase of each checkup at Dr. ’s clinic starts with a thorough dental… Read more »

Can a Dental Bridge Rescue Your Smile?

Can a dental bridge rescue your smile? If you’ve lost a tooth in an oral accident, tooth extraction, or in another unhappy circumstance, then yes it can. Dental bridges were created to fill the gaps left behind by a missing tooth. Dr. at and his expert team are highly skilled in all manner of tooth… Read more »