How Routine Dental Checkups Help Your Smile in the Long Run

When you come in for dental exams and we have cleaned your teeth and gum line and removed any hardened plaque, our dentist can look at them for any signs of trouble, such as cavities, loose or broken teeth, damaged fillings, and evaluate your risk rate of certain diseases which... Read more »

Understanding Scaling and Planing

There are a lot of different things you can do to your teeth to help them stay in great shape. Brushing, flossing, and mouthwash use are the most effective things to do at home. Even with that work, you still need some services performed by professionals. One of those procedures... Read more »

What You Should Know About At-Home Teeth Whitening

If you avoid products that contain terminology like “teeth whitener” because you are worried about causing harm to your gum tissue and tooth enamel, our team can help you determine the safety and legitimacy of the products you are interested in using. We offer a general review of what you... Read more »

Frequently Bleeding Gums: The Beginning of Gingivitis

Do your gums bleed easily when brushing or flossing? Oftentimes, when your gums bleed it is simply that you have been a little too vigorous while cleaning your teeth, but if it happens frequently, it may be a sign of something more serious. Plaque likes to buildup on the teeth... Read more »

Clean Your Dental Implant Every Day

After you have a dental implant placed in your smile, it will require daily care so that the new dental restoration can last for a very long time. If you have questions about how to care for dental implants, we invite you to follow these tips to provide daily maintenance... Read more »

A Fractured Tooth Could Be Prone to a New Cavity

The tooth enamel layer on each of your teeth is made up of a matrix of microscopic mineral crystals. Its density provides your teeth with the necessary hardness to handle years of biting, chewing and grinding most common foods. However, there are certain things that can apply enough force to... Read more »

Consider Dental Veneers

If you have cracked, chipped or stained teeth, consider dental veneers as an excellent cosmetic dentistry option. Veneers are thin shells of dental-grade porcelain that are custom-made for your teeth.They are attached to the front of your teeth rather than capping the whole tooth. Veneers are matched to the ideal... Read more »

Dental Augmentations: Interdental Cleaners

Did you know that your smile often depends on your oral health care? Not only does this include the lifestyle habits that you use, but it also relies heavily on your oral hygiene routines. This includes all the methods and techniques you use to keep your mouth clean and safe.... Read more »

Examining Dry Mouth and its Effects on Health

Xerostomia is the technical term for what is commonly referred to as dry mouth--when you do not manufacture the appropriate volume of saliva in the mouth. The average adult will produce around 3 pints of saliva each day, and it plays a necessary role in your entire body’s health. The... Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Keep Your Child’s Back Teeth Cavity Free

The chewing surfaces of a child’s back teeth very commonly have deep contours, fissures, and pits. While these deeply textured formations are normal and assist in grinding up and chewing tough foods, the texture can also make them difficult to keep clean. If you have noticed deep areas of your... Read more »