Beyond Brushing: More Ways to Take Care of Your Teeth

We all know that we are supposed to brush and floss our teeth every day (2 times a day for brushing). But what else can you do to take care of your smile? Here are some things to know as you seek to keep your teeth and gums healthy and strong. Eat Well–Eating well is… Read more »

The Answers to Your Mouth Guard Questions

Do you have questions about mouth guards? If so, you’re not alone. Many people don’t know much about the appliance, which can lead to having many questions. So, to help you, our dentist, Dr. , would like to give you the answers to commonly asked questions about mouth guards. What is a mouth guard? A… Read more »

Make Sure You Are Brushing Well

Is it time to brush up on your brushing? Sometimes, brushing becomes a mindless habit, and it becomes less than effective. Here are some things to remember as you get back to the basics. First–if you are not brushing twice a day for 2 minutes each time, start! If you have a hard time spending… Read more »

What Benefits Can Oral Health Treatments Provide During Pregnancy Provide?

Did you know that you should continue to care for your teeth and gums while you are pregnant to avoid any unnecessary health risks that come with poor oral hygiene? What benefits can oral health treatments during pregnancy provide? Here are a few facts about your dental health while pregnant: – Pregnancy can increase your… Read more »

Tips on Packing a Smile-Healthy Lunch for Your Child

Your child deserves to grow into a strong and healthy smile. Do you agree? If so, Dr. and our dental team have some helpful tips that can make that possible. Along with helping your child keep up on oral hygiene and visit their dentist regularly, try to help them have a balanced and healthy diet…. Read more »

A Removable Partial Can Replace the Presence of Teeth Lost to a Sports Injury

Contact sports and rigorous athletic activities put you at increased risk for injury. Most require protective equipment and mouth guards. Some athletes dislike mouth guards because they can feel bulky or even impede the ease of breathing. In a situation like this, a hard blow to the face could potentially knock multiple teeth out of… Read more »

Caring for Your New Dental Restoration

A dental crown has been placed on a tooth by Dr. to protect it and restore it to its former shape, size, and strength. But now what? How do you care for your dental crown, and thus maintain your oral health? After having a dental crown placed, as at any other time, it is important… Read more »

Make Your Dental Fears Vanish with Nitrous Oxide Sedation

If you or a family member are nervous about going to the dentist, we at in , , understand your concerns. That’s why we offer nitrous oxide for our patients to help them feel comfortable during their dental appointments. What is nitrous oxide? Commonly referred to as laughing gas, nitrous oxide is a safe, light,… Read more »

Prescription Fluoride Supplements Can Help Maintain Healthy Teeth

Your tooth enamel is composed of a dense matrix of microscopic mineral crystals. If you consume a lot of acidic foods and beverages, it can gradually erode the mineral density of your teeth. As time goes on, this will significantly increase your chances of developing tooth sensitivity and tooth decay. In many of these cases,… Read more »

Cap off the New Year With a Dental Crown

If you are looking to ring in your new year in style, a smile makeover may be just what you need. Our professional team of dentist at will work with you to determine which teeth could benefit from custom restorations made possible with dental crowns. Dental crowns are designed to fit precisely over any damaged… Read more »