Dental Health Care Focus: Sugarless Gum

The connection between sugarless gum and your smile has only in recent years been truly understood and valued. Sugarless gum can transform your smile into a healthier and happier set of pearly whites. However, the reason sugarless gum can be useful for your dental health has little to do with the gum itself. Save your… Read more »

Keeping Your New Dental Crown in Optimal Condition

At the dental practice of , we offer dental crown restorations for our patients in , , who have damaged teeth that make them too self-conscious to smile. Do you have a misshapen tooth or lack sufficient tooth material to support a dental filling? Do you have a dental implant or bridge? Do you have a… Read more »

How to Help Your Child Become Excited About Their Oral Hygiene Routine

Oral hygiene can help your child have the strong and healthy smile they need throughout life. However, if they refuse to brush, floss, and rinse regularly, it’s difficult to achieve those smile goals. So, if your child despises their oral hygiene routine, Dr. and our dental team have some tips that might make oral hygiene… Read more »

How Dental Sealants Work for Children

Are you tired of fighting the war against cavities? If so, you are not alone. Thousands of people look for ways to help their children fight this fight on cavities. That is why dental sealants are popular when it comes to protecting your child’s smile. Here at in , , our team is dedicated to… Read more »

White Sore? Possibly a Canker Sore

Cankers are an irritating sore usually in the form of a white or gray sore with a red border. wants to give you a better knowledge surrounding this annoying, small ulcer as well as ways to prevent and treat them, so you can get back to eating and drinking. There are two types of canker… Read more »

What Is the Primary Function of a Water Flosser?

What is the primary function of a water flosser? A water flosser is an interdental device that is created to supplement your oral health care treatment using an alternative oral health care treatment method of cleaning between teeth. Water flossers work by using a unique apparatus that can spray beams of water at teeth, rather… Read more »

A Dental Cleaning and Oral Hygiene Improvements Can Prevent the Recurrence of Gingivitis

Gum disease first develops as the condition known as gingivitis. This is often the result of bacterial-rich, hardened tartar forming at the gumline. This causes inflammation in the sensitive gum tissues. Early symptoms of gingivitis often start out as gums that bleed easily and chronic bad breath, which should be taken as warning signs. With… Read more »

Cosmetic Smile Restorations Might Include a Porcelain Crown

Here at our dental office, Dr. understands just how important your smile’s appearance is for your self-esteem. Fortunately, is well versed in a wide range of cosmetic dental solutions. One of the more common options is to cosmetically enhance your smile with dental veneers. In some cases where a tooth has been compromised by thin… Read more »

What You Should Know about Gingivitis and Periodontitis

Periodontal disease is the medical term for gum disease. It is a bacterial infection and inflammation of the gums and affects an estimated 47 percent of adults over the age of 30. It often goes undetected because its early stages do not hurt. Gum disease is commonly caused by hardened tartar at the gum line…. Read more »

Dental Implant Guidelines to Remember

Do you require a dental implant? Dental implants are tooth replacement services used to replace teeth that have otherwise run their course. If a tooth is missing or no longer useful, for your oral health it should be replaced with due haste. A void left behind by a missing tooth can cause infection, plaque buildup,… Read more »