Oral Health Advantages: Gum Disease Detection

Have you ever inspected your mouth for any signs of periodontal disease? If you feel as if your gums look different or even feel different, take a closer look and set up a daily checklist to determine if periodontal disease is present. Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, means there is an infection in… Read more »

Adjusting to Life With Dentures

While it’s a common assumption that only patients “of a certain age” have dentures, oral trauma, accidents, tooth decay, or gum disease can cause anyone to lose multiple teeth and need dentures. Instead of living with the gaps in your smile, speak with your dentist about receiving dentures and how you can become accustomed to… Read more »

Dentistry Year-in-Review: Dental Veneers

As the holiday season reaches its apex, now is a great time to think about ways to enhance your smile. If you have sustained any oral accidents or injuries to your teeth or wish to cover up any unsightly irregularities, dental veneers can be customized and shaped by your oral health care needs. One of… Read more »

Answer Your Questions on Dental Floss

Your oral health cleaning habits are extremely important for keeping your smile safe. Fundamentally, your oral hygiene routines are the backbone of effective oral health. In order to ensure your smile can continue to shine and ensure your teeth and gums are well cared for, they will need to be kept free of harmful acids… Read more »

A Tooth with a Large Cavity Might Require Treatment with a Dental Crown

One of the functions of your routine dental checkups at ’s dental offices includes catching the early signs of cavities and gum disease to treat them before they can worsen into a more serious oral health condition. If you have a bad habit of putting off these important a small area of tooth decay can… Read more »

Dental Sealants Help Improve Your Chances of Preventing Cavities

Consistent cavity prevention is an important part of maintaining a healthy mouth, while also ensuring your ability to safely chew food before swallowing. Tooth decay can cause significant discomfort and sensitivity. Without professional treatment, it could potentially result in a serious periodontal infection or the complete loss of a tooth. Each dental checkup administered at… Read more »

A Simple Fluoride Treatment Can Help Strengthen Your Teeth and Prevent Cavities

Strong tooth enamel is essential for a variety of reasons. Teeth that have been demineralized by plaque acids and enamel erosion are increasingly prone to suffering chips, dental fractures, tooth sensitivity, failing dental fillings, and tooth decay. If your routine dental exam with Dr. reveals early signs of weakened tooth enamel, might recommend administering a… Read more »

How Do Custom Night Guards Work?

When most of our patients hear “mouth guard,” they think of the kind of mouth guards they wore during football and soccer. Dental mouth guards have a more detailed purpose, and they’re a bit more complex than the boil-and-chomp variety. One kind of dental mouth guard is the night guard, which can stop nighttime teeth… Read more »

The Tooth’s Inner Secrets

There is a great deal more to your tooth that is observable to the naked eye. When you speak with Dr. about any oral health concerns, it can be useful to be aware of the essentials of the tooth’s inner secrets. Your tooth’ has three layers: Enamel: The outmost layer of the tooth is what… Read more »

The Answers to Your Oral Hygiene Questions

Oral hygiene is very important, which is why it’s best to completely understand it and know how to keep up on oral hygiene. If you don’t, there is a chance your smile won’t be completely cared for. However, our dentist, Dr. , and dental team understand that oral hygiene can be complex for many people,… Read more »