Foods for Oral Health

You may have some idea which foods are best for your body health, but have you ever considered which foods are specifically for your dental health? Not surprisingly, these same foods are recommended by nutritionists, and won’t wreck your diet. Before we get into the good, most beneficial foods, let’s talk about the worst one…. Read more »

The Answers to Questions About Dental Veneers

If you’re interested in helping your smile with dental veneers, then you likely have many questions about the treatment. You’re not alone. Many people have questions about dental veneers as well. To help you know more about the treatment, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to answer commonly asked questions about dental veneers here: Q:… Read more »

Tips on Preventing or Lessening Bad Breath

You’re looking forward to a romantic evening with your special someone. Unfortunately, you’ve noticed (or your partner has noticed) that you’ve had bad breath recently. There’s nothing that can kill the mood of a romantic outing quite like bad breath. So, what can you do to have fresher, cleaner breath? Schedule & Keep Dental Cleaning… Read more »

Dentistry Essentials 101: Water Flossers

  Beyond brushing your teeth, it is important to make sure you use an interdental cleaner to clean between teeth in areas that brushing alone cannot reach. If you struggle with traditional threaded floss, consider an alternative interdental tool such as a water flosser. In conjunction with brushing, a water flosser can ensure your entire… Read more »

A Dentist Needs to Treat a Damaged Dental Crown

Gold alloys, base metals, and dental grade porcelain-ceramic are often used to create dental crowns. These materials rival the strength of natural tooth enamel to restore the function of a significantly affected tooth. Dental crowns are strong, but it is possible for your crown to be damaged by trauma to your mouth, or by grinding… Read more »

Gum Disease Facts

Gum disease, which is also known as periodontal disease, is a major dental issue that should be prevented as much as possible. This is because it’s one of the most dangerous dental problems in the world today. If you’re not careful, it can infect and damage the gums and even destroy the jawbone, resulting in… Read more »

Care for Your Toothbrush So It Can Care for Your Smile

Your toothbrush plays a key role in your oral health. If the instrument is not taken care of, your teeth will not receive the proper care they need. Thankfully, caring for your toothbrush is easy. Here are some basic guidelines to follow: – Swap out your old toothbrush for a new one out every 3-4… Read more »

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 »