Healthy Foods for Improved Oral Health

Are you consuming foods and drinks that are not only healthy for your waistline but also ones that are good for your gum line? Tooth decay and gum disease are often the byproducts of bad oral hygiene, but brushing and flossing are only a remedy for what comes next. What you put into your mouth… Read more »

Dentures 101

For those who are missing teeth, dentures are an affordable option to consider for your smile. Not only can dentures help your smile look its best again, but will also make it function properly as well. Our dentists, Dr. D. Robert Haas, Dr. Sarah Haas, and Dr. Melvin Burns have been helping patients restore their… Read more »

How to Keep a Top-Notch Oral Health When You Catch a Cold or the Flu

The cold and flu illnesses can do more than harm and weaken your entire body; they can also affect your smile, whether you believe it or not. They can cause toothaches, enamel erosion, and more. This is why it’s important to do all you can to keep your oral health in tip-top shape while you’re… Read more »

Keep Your Teeth Healthy with These Effective Brushing Tips

As you begin a new year, do not leave your optimum oral health care habits in the past. Keep your teeth healthy with safe and effective brushing techniques. Brushing your teeth is a lifetime task that must always be done to ensure your teeth remain in healthy condition. In as little as two minutes per… Read more »

The Basics and Details of Scaling and Root Planing

Gum disease is a very serious and dangerous dental issue that can destroy your smile, alter your oral health, and result in loose and lost teeth if it’s left untreated. This is why it’s very important to visit your dentist, Dr. , if you experience any of the symptoms of this disease, which are red,… Read more »

Bleeding Gums: What You Should Know

When you’re taking care of your mouth, do you ever notice that your gums start to bleed? Despite what you may have heard, bleeding gums aren’t normal. While your gums might bleed for a number of reasons, there may be several things you can do to avoid the issue. Your gums might be bleeding because… Read more »

Five ADA Pledges

Visiting a dentist regularly is an essential part of keeping your smile healthy. When you choose dentists who are members of the American Dental Association (ADA), like Drs. Hass and Burns, you are choosing one who has access to extensive resources and up-to-date information. In addition, ADA dentists have agreed to follow the ADA Principles… Read more »

Effectively Restoring a Previously Extracted Tooth with a Dental Implant

There are times when Dr. is faced with a tooth that has been so badly damaged or decayed, that simply must extract it to prevent future complications. Once your gums have healed can help you choose the restoration method that is right for you. One of the most effective options is to install a dental… Read more »

Why Flossing Is So Effective

Alright, be honest – when was the last time you flossed? If you’re like most Americans, you likely didn’t answer favorably to that question. In fact, 20% of Americans never floss, and only four in ten floss at least once a day. Flossing is an important part of maintaining great oral health. In fact, it’s… Read more »

The Instructions on How to Brush a Child’s Smile

If you’re a parent who isn’t quite sure how to brush your child’s smile, Dr. and our dental team are more than happy to help you! Oral hygiene at a young age is extremely important, which is why we are more than willing to give you the following tooth-brushing instructions: –Step 1: Angle the child-sized,… Read more »