Oral Hygiene Tips for Your Toothbrush

Do you practice great oral hygiene habits? If not, your oral health care could be suffering. Brushing and flossing your teeth daily would be ineffective if you did not use proper dental tools such as a brush or dental floss. Likewise, if the tools are worn down, damaged, or contaminated, they won’t be able to… Read more »

How to Recover After Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy is a much-needed treatment when your tooth’s pulp and nerve are infected. During treatment, your dentist, Dr. , will remove the infected parts of the tooth, fill the tooth with a special material called gutta percha, and seal the tooth with a dental filling or dental crown. This is a more invasive… Read more »

How Water Flossing Can Help You Floss Better

Water flossers are great tools for those who struggle with their flossing technique or just don’t like to floss in general. They make flossing an easy and enjoyable experience. Flossing is an extremely important task that is vital if you want and strong and healthy smile. Our team encourages you to floss your teeth with a… Read more »

Enhance Your Oral Health and Happiness With Dental Crowns

You can enhance your oral health (and happiness0 with dental crowns for your smile. Dental crowns can give you the peace of mind of a beautiful smile that will be long-lasting. Because dental crowns are individually designed to meet each patient’s needs, they can provide the protection, comfort, and safety your teeth deserve. Don’t let… Read more »

The Symptoms to Look for When Your Child is Teething

Did you know there are many signs and symptoms that are involved in the teething process? Well, it’s true! To help you know the symptoms of a child’s tooth erupting from the gums, our team has provided the following list: -Drooling: When your child is teething, you’ll often see a lot of drool. In fact,… Read more »

What Do You Know about Your Pearly Whites?

At and our team want our patients in , , to know just how important their smile is. Your smile consists of several components working together to help you function effectively–teeth, gums, cheeks, tongue, throat, and saliva production make up this oral package. Since your teeth help you smile, speak, and chew, here are some… Read more »

What are Onlays and Inlays?

It’s quite common for the occlusal, or biting surface, of molars and premolars to have deep pits and fissures. Functionally, this makes them more efficient for chewing and grinding hard and tough foods. At the same time, these areas can also sometimes trap residual food particles and plaque. If these areas are not thoroughly cleaned… Read more »

Your Teeth and Remineralization

Did you know that your enamel is the strongest substance in your mouth? But even though your enamel is strong, it can weaken over time. And once your enamel is gone, it’s gone forever–but your enamel can strengthen itself through a process known as remineralization. Fortunately, while remineralization is a natural process, there are a… Read more »

The Importance of Primary Teeth

Your child’s primary teeth, which are also called baby teeth, are important to his or her development. These teeth help them chew, speak, and smile. The primary teeth also hold the place for the permanent teeth, or adult teeth, to grow in. The health of the baby teeth is important because when one is lost… Read more »

Dental Implants for Replacing Missing Teeth

What Are Dental Implants? For a patient who is missing one or more permanent teeth, Dr. may recommend dental implants in , . A dental implant is a restoration that replaces both the missing tooth and its root. A dental implant is made up of a titanium post, which fuses with the jawbone, and a… Read more »