An Untreated Cavity Can Cause a Dental Abscess

Choosing not to have a cavity treated by a dentist like Dr. can often prove to be a serious lapse in judgment. In time the tooth decay can penetrate the softcore structures of the tooth causing a serious infection. As it progresses you will likely feel a severe toothache, which might also be accompanied by… Read more »

Quality Oral Care Products Help Maintain Good Oral Health

A consistent daily routine founded on brushing your teeth each morning and evening with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste is important for cleaning the faces of your teeth while also strengthening your tooth enamel. At the same time, you also need to floss between each of your teeth and along the gumline to remove… Read more »

Find Out What You Know About Flossing by Taking This Quiz

If you think you have a pristine knowledge of flossing, it’s time to find out for sure! You can find out by taking our dental team’s flossing quiz. The more you know about flossing, the better chance you have of having a proper cleaning technique and the better chance you have of taking good care… Read more »

Dental Facts and Findings on Dental Veneers

Cosmetic enhancement through the use of dental restorations is highly effective for improving your smile. Many different treatments are available to enhance your smile, including services designed to conceal your natural teeth. If you would like a substance applied to the front of your teeth to conceal it and customize the look you desire, dental… Read more »

Prevent Cavities In Your Smile

Tooth erosion no fun! It can be painful. It can do lasting damage. It can even lead to tooth failure! Follow these steps to prevent cavities in your smile. Brush Your Teeth: Brush your teeth for 2 minutes, twice a day. Use a very soft-bristled toothbrush! This helps prevent damage to your gum tissue, as… Read more »

Emergency First Aid for a Knocked-Out Tooth

Accidents and life together, and over the years many a child has had a tooth knocked out while playing, and it can happen to adults as well. If this happens to you or someone in your family, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and the American Dental Association have some guidelines for saving the tooth…. Read more »

The Steps to Building a Better Smile: TMJs

A lesser-known oral ailment that can befall your smile takes place not within your teeth or gums, but rather within your jaw. Within your jaw is a ball-and-socket joint known as the temporomandibular joint, also called the TMJ. Your TMJ is extremely important for moving your mouth in all manners as intended. However, due to… Read more »

Dental Facts on Halitosis Prevention

  In order to effectively treat bad breath, it is important to understand what’s causing it. If you’re suffering from bad breath, it means there is a medical condition in which case foul odors are coming out of your mouth. This could be caused by bacteria, poor oral hygiene, the foods you’re eating, infections, or… Read more »

The Best Times to Restore Your Tooth With a Dental Crown

If you think a dental crown is the right restoration for you and your smile, then our dentist, Dr. , is happy to help you know for sure. Fortunately, a dental crown can help in many ways and it’s often used for many different types of situations. Typically, a dental crown is beneficial when: -You… Read more »

A Positive Oral Health Care Outlook with Dental Bridges

As the numerous holidays in December are right around the corner, it is important to make sure that your smile is well taken care of and prepared for the holidays that come around for this year and for future years. Always practice effective oral health care cleaning and make sure your mouth is well taken… Read more »