How to Stay Away from Dental Decay on Halloween and Still Have Fun

October has arrived. That means that scary costumes, trick or treating and loads of Halloween candy are coming! Dr. and the rest of our staff want your family to have a lovely time. We also understand that it can be a challenge to help mouths stay healthy this time of year. It’s acceptable to eat… Read more »

Tricks on Keeping Your Chompers White

Do you wish you could keep your smile bright and brilliant? If so, our dentist, Dr. , has some good news for you. There is a way you can do this! Other than using teeth whitening treatments, you can avoid tooth discoloration altogether, and our dental team is happy to tell you how to do… Read more »

A Tooth with a Significant Dental Fracture Might Need a Dental Crown

Your natural tooth enamel is composed of a complex matrix of mineral crystals. This gives your teeth the necessary hardness to break down and process food before swallowing. However, there are still some things that can exceed the hardness of your tooth enamel to cause a dental fracture. A problem like a dental fracture is… Read more »

Chipped Tooth Enamel Places a Tooth at Increased Risk of Suffering a Severe Cavity

Your tooth enamel plays a dual role in giving your teeth the strength to bite and chew food, while also preventing the bacteria in your mouth from access to the soft internal dental tissues. When one of your teeth suffers a chip, it can alter the integrity of your tooth enamel. Even if the chipped… Read more »

Harmful Dental Habits and How to Quit Them

Do you bite your nails or chew on pens? Do you smoke or grind your teeth at night? You probably recognize that these habits do more harm than good, but do you know the one detriment all have in common? Yep, you guessed it. They all harm your teeth. The following outlines how that is… Read more »

Reduce Signs of Dental Aging

A commonly propagated misconception is that losing teeth is an inevitable part of growing older. The reality is, however, that if you care for your teeth properly, they can last a lifetime. Here are four things you can do to reduce signs of dental aging: – Avoid tooth harming habits: Aging deteriorates your teeth, but… Read more »

Tooth Restoration Treatments

With so many restoration procedures available in modern dentistry, it can be difficult to choose which one will work best for you. Your dentist will work with you to find the best option for you, based on your preferences and your needs. If you are considering tooth restoration treatments, consider the following: – Dental veneers… Read more »

Improving a Smile with Teeth Whitening

Do you have an upcoming appointment that involves beautifying your smile with our in-office teeth whitening treatment? If so, you’re on the right track toward the enhanced smile you’re looking for. To help you get ready for this appointment, Dr. is happy to explain the details of the treatment. Your dentist will begin by protecting… Read more »

Come in and See Us!

When is the last time you paid us a visit at ? if you can’t remember, you’re not alone. Around 100 million Americans don’t visit their dentists each year. There are all sorts of reasons why people don’t want to make that visit, but there are many reasons why they should. Visiting us on a… Read more »

Rest Plenty After a Tooth Extraction

A tooth extraction is an oral health treatment that results in the removal of a tooth, or multiple teeth if needs be. Although the wound left behind can seem minor, it is still important to take care of your mouth until they have fully healed. Rest plenty after a tooth extraction. Here are a few… Read more »