Products for Your Smile

Temptations of sugary treats and delicious spices have begun to fill the air. With so much to look forward to this holiday season, it may be easy to forget the dangers your smile may be in, if not properly prepared for this holiday season. That is why our team is here to provide you with… Read more »

Facts on Enamel Erosion

You may know that your enamel is extremely hard. In fact, your enamel is actually the hardest substance in your body. You see, your enamel is the protective outer layer of your teeth, and while it is hard, it can wear down. This can lead to a number of problems because without your enamel, your… Read more »

How to Safely Remove Debris Stuck between Your Pearly Whites

Sometimes while you eat, you may have the unpleasant experience of having a piece of food like a popcorn hull or tough meat fiber become lodged between your teeth. Often this can be easily rinsed away by using lukewarm salt water or antiseptic mouthwash swished vigorously in your mouth. However, other times a piece of… Read more »

A Missing Tooth Can Often Be Replaced with a Bridge

Unfortunately, there are times when a tooth might be lost due to severe tooth decay or an oral injury. In some cases, a tooth might be so cracked or fractured that our dental team still can’t save it with a root canal. While it might be possible to live with a missing tooth, it should… Read more »

Dental Anxiety: How to Feel More Comfortable in the Dental Chair

Do you wish there was a way to reduce your dental anxiety? If so, our team is thrilled to grant your wish! There are many things you can do to finally feel more comfortable in the dental chair, and those things are: -Tell us your fears and worries. If we know about your feelings, we… Read more »

Using a Basic Filling to Repair a Small Cavity

Sometimes even the most effective and diligent oral hygiene regimen isn’t enough to prevent a small area of tooth decay from forming on one of your teeth. If you notice a problem area on one of your teeth, like a change in texture, a sharp edge, or tooth sensitivity issues, you should not ignore the… Read more »

Pregnancy and Oral Health

Expecting a child is certainly an exciting time in a woman’s life. While you’ve no doubt done your research about how best to care for your baby, did you know that your pregnancy can impact your oral health? Your teeth might need a little extra babying in order to stay healthy and strong. Pregnancy affects… Read more »

Including your New Bridge in Your Oral Hygiene Routine

Your new bridge represents a serious investment in restoring restoring the full function and appearance of your mouth. Even though it is made from artificial materials that are not subject to tooth decay, the bridge will still need to be included in your daily oral hygiene routine. Gum disease can still pose a serious threat… Read more »

Dealing with an injured Tongue or Lip

A blow to the face or a fall can sometimes injure your lip or cause you to bite your tongue. If an emergency like this happens, it’s important to stay calm. If the injury is severe you should consider calling 911 or visiting the emergency room. If your lip or chin is bleeding you can… Read more »