Oral Health Viewpoint: Cavity Prevention

Your dentist is well-prepared to treat a cavity should one arise. Cavities are often one of the number one risks to an individual’s smile, as they can often manifest due to poor oral health habits, the foods you eat, and your daily lifestyle routines. However, cavity prevention is possible if... Read more »

The Ways to Clean and Care for Your Dental Implant

The Ways to Clean and Care for Your Dental Implant Did you know it’s important to clean and care for your dental implant regularly? Well, it’s true. If you keep your implant in tip-top shape, there is a good chance it can replace your missing tooth and enhance your smile... Read more »

Talk to Your Dentist About Your Concerns at Your next Dental Visit

Keeping your smile healthy involves seeing your dentist regularly for cleanings and exams. When you come in, our dedicated dental team will evaluate your dental health and give your teeth a good cleaning. Using X-rays, our dentist will check for problems and provide appropriate treatment options. In addition, your teeth... Read more »

Wisdom Teeth Recovery Period

After you've had a wisdom tooth removal process, you need to be watchful so that your tooth and gums can appropriately heal. If you're not careful, you could reopen the wound or do something that would lead to inflammation, and you'll need to check up with the doctor again for... Read more »

Common Complaints in Winter and Tips for Relief

Colder weather exposes your skin to the elements, but it can also affect your mouth and lips, since the air tends to be drier. See what is the best way to keep your teeth healthy this winter in today’s blog. Being outside and playing in the snow can result in... Read more »

Dental Implants Vs Bridges and Dentures

Do you have a need to replace teeth but are looking for something other than bridges or dentures? You might consider a dental implant for a stronger replacement than a bridge or a denture could give. Implants are often cylindrical posts that are placed into your jaw bone through your... Read more »

Enjoy the Holidays and Be Mindful of Your Smile

Autumn is here and it's time to enjoy the ensuing festivities. While you are celebrating all the tasty treats that come this time of year, we invite you to be mindful of your smile as well. Your teeth will be exposed repeatedly to the kinds of goodies we wait for... Read more »

Always Look for the ADA’s Seal of Acceptance Before Using a Brand of Whitening Toothpaste

Surface stains can start to accumulate on your teeth when you consume dark beverages or use tobacco products. If they aren’t removed in a reasonable amount of time, these minor dental stains can gradually start to permeate the microscopic pores in your tooth enamel. Over time it can leave you... Read more »

Why Is My Jaw or Facial Area Hurting?

Jaw or facial pain is unpleasant and hard to ignore. And that's not necessarily a bad thing because ignoring the issue can allow it to worsen over time. The facial or jaw area can experience problems like any other area of the body. Should you have problems with jaw or... Read more »

A Dental Abscess Is a Serious Cause for Concern

Left untreated, a cavity can gradually spread beyond the tooth’s enamel layer to infect the pulp, nerve, or root of a tooth. As this starts to occur, the bacterial presence can expand into the gums surrounding the root of the tooth developing into an infectious dental abscess. Common symptoms that... Read more »