Building a Foundation for Your Smile With Diabetes and Your Smile

The more you do to take care of your smile the better off your smile will be. Although you can avoid several oral health risks that may arise, by taking effective proactive steps towards your oral health care and its treatments, you stand the best chance of making sure your teeth and gums will continue… Read more »

Scaling and Root Planing: Why?

Were you informed that you might need to have your teeth scaled and your roots planed, also known as a deep cleaning, but you don’t know what that even means? You aren’t alone. We would like to briefly describe why this procedure is performed and what you can expect afterwards. If you frequently get a… Read more »

Keep Your Smile Strong When You Are Sick

Cold and flu season is here, and it is affecting many people. Unfortunately, it’s easy to fall out of the habit of taking care of your teeth when you’re feeling under the weather. With these tips, your smile can stay strong throughout your illness. The first tip seems obvious, but it is very important: make… Read more »

Even a Minor Dental Fracture Needs Treatment

Sometimes something as simple as nibbling on your fingernails or using your teeth to open a package can cause a chip or dental fracture. Even if the damage to the tooth enamel is minimal and you feel no pain, you should still have the compromised tooth treated by our dentist, Dr. . Without timely treatment… Read more »

Tips for Keeping Your Dental Crown Restoration in the Best Condition Possible

Do you have a dental crown? If so, you should do everything you can to keep it in tip-top shape. If you clean and care for your dental crown restoration, then there is a good chance it can restore your tooth for many years. So, to help you keep your dental crown in top-notch condition,… Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Make Your Back Teeth a Cavity-Free Zone

If you have noticed that your back teeth have biting surfaces full of deep contours such as fissures and pits, you may have found that these areas are difficult to keep clean of plaque and lingering bits of food. This can increase your risk of forming large cavities that require invasive dental work and jeopardize… Read more »

A Significant Loss of Tooth Enamel May Require a Dental Crown

A loss of tooth enamel is often caused by alignment problems with two or more teeth. If the teeth meet at an improper angle, the enamel of the affected teeth can be worn away. If this problem is not detected and treated, the tooth could develop decay. Because the tooth enamel in the area is… Read more »

Don’t Put off Dental Care While Breastfeeding

If you are currently breastfeeding and are postponing your dental work because you are fearful of affecting their breastmilk, we have some good news. All dental material used is safe for breastfeeding mothers and will not affect your breast milk. This means, you definitely have laser dentistry and use nitrous oxide and local anesthesia during… Read more »

Tips and Techniques for a Great Floss

The key to maintaining good oral hygiene is practicing daily habits and minimizing risk of tooth decay. Flossing is one of the most important aspects of keeping your smile healthy, and we can provide you with tips and techniques to floss effectively. The efficacy of your flossing sessions depends on factors such as your chosen… Read more »

Dental Health Checklist

Your oral health care must be taken seriously. It is the difference between a poor smile and an amazing one. Even the smallest details can have enduring effects. Here are some questions you’ll want to ask yourself if you desire to have a better smile. – Do you brush your teeth twice and floss your… Read more »