Dental Implant Care for Overall Oral Health

After you have received a dental implant to restore your smile, it’s important to maintain proper care of your smile so that your dental implant can last for several years to a lifetime. If you are worried about how to care for dental implants, we are happy to provide the following tips to help you… Read more »

Be Sure to Brush and Floss Your Dental Work Just Like Your Natural Teeth

The special materials used to create dental veneers, dental crowns, and other restorations are not immediately vulnerable to oral plaque acids and tooth decay. However, they will still need focus in your daily oral hygiene routine to prevent periodontal disease and other oral health problems. Just like your natural teeth, your dental work needs to… Read more »

Feeling Sick? Here’s How To Take Care of Your Smile

Cold and flu season is in full swing. Unfortunately, it’s easy to fall out of the habit of taking care of your teeth when you’re under the weather. However, with these tips, your smile can stay strong throughout your illness. The first tip is obvious but important: make sure you keep brushing and flossing, even… Read more »

When Gingivitis Becomes Periodontitis

Periodontal (gum) disease in adults is the leading cause of tooth loss. So, it is important to understand terms when talking about how to combat the problem. When discussing gum disease, you’ll hear two terms used alongside each other, but what exactly are the differences between gingivitis and periodontitis? In the early stages, before it… Read more »

Oral Health Habits

Habits can be bad or good. We should all want to get rid of our bad habits and become addicted to the good habits. Some of the best habits are the kind that promotes health and oral hygiene maintenance. A myriad of dubious dental health issues can be eliminated by engaging in good oral hygiene… Read more »

Why Is Flossing Important?

If you’re curious to know why our dentist, Dr. , recommends flossing at least once a day, then our dental team is more than happy to help you. In this blog, we talk about the reasons why flossing is important. Those reasons are: -Flossing helps you prevent gum disease. Gum disease is a serious dental… Read more »

Holiday Dentistry: Risk Factors for Gum Disease

As if there weren’t enough to worry about during the holiday season in regard to your smile, it is important to remember that a lingering disease known as gum disease can often occur. Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, can progress over a period of many years and frequently lead to severe infections to… Read more »

Improve Your Oral Health with Dental Anxiety Treatments

Although the feeling of stress and anxiety you may feel when visiting the dentist is scary, fortunately, it can be treated. This condition is known as dental anxiety, and often happens due to the fear of any pain associated with oral health care, or can even be caused by the idea of an individual working… Read more »

Fixing Root Canal Problems

Although many people may tense up when they hear the words “root canal’ especially when they are in the dentist’s chair, root canals are a very beneficial procedure that can save a tooth that in the past, would have needed to be extracted. Your dentist will remove the infected pulp from your tooth, clean the… Read more »

Simple Tips When Applying Oral First-Aid

Oral trauma can take many forms and range in severity. This could include injured soft tissues, swollen lip, oral lacerations, wounded gums, or damaged teeth. In these moments, you might need to apply some simply first-aid while you seek professional treatment from our , Dr. . The first step in the first-aid process often calls… Read more »