Crown Restorations

When a cavity forms on one of your teeth, it often starts out small. If you procrastinate seeking treatment, the natural bacteria in your mouth will gradually cause the tooth decay to expand and grow. If a large amount of healthy tooth enamel is lost, your dentist, Dr. , might recommend a dental crown in… Read more »

A Cavity Needs Early Treatment and Repair

A cavity often forms when poor oral hygiene allows the bacteria in your mouth to decay a weakened area of tooth enamel. This is even more likely to happen if you have insufficient fluoride exposure in your average day. With early detection, your dentist, Dr. , can repair most small cavities with a simple dental… Read more »

What You Should Know About Laser Dentistry

If you’re interested in maintaining a healthy smile, you probably understand that there are several things you’ll need to do, such as visiting our dentist. Fortunately, modern dentistry makes these visits more comfortable and efficient. For example, did you know that many treatments can be performed with lasers? This can make treatments even less intrusive… Read more »

Dental Bridges and Maintaining Your Smile’s Health

Missing several teeth can cause a lot of discomfort and inconvenience in your life. It can make chewing food difficult and even make speaking clearly hard. The surrounding teeth can twist and try to fill in the gap, causing further problems. A dental bridge can replace the lost teeth and prevent these issues. A bridge… Read more »

How to Treat Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is one of the most serious and dangerous dental issues. If you don’t get it taken care of quickly, there is a chance it could completely destroy your tooth, resulting in tooth extraction. So, it’s important to get it treated as soon as possible. The treatments available include: -Dental filling: A dental filling… Read more »

A Fluoride Treatment Can Significantly Strengthen Your Tooth Enamel

On a microscopic level, your tooth enamel is composed of densely packed mineral crystals. When you consume acidic foods and drinks, they can decrease your tooth enamel’s mineral density. This is compounded by the corrosive effects of the bacteria in your mouth, resulting from poor oral hygiene. If the process of demineralization is not counteracted… Read more »

Tips for Cleaning Teeth

It’s easy to get lazy with your oral health routine, but bad oral health habits are something you just can’t afford. Thoroughly cleaning your teeth is imperative to good oral health, so we provided a few tips to help you do just that. Brush for the full two minutes twice a day How often do… Read more »

Do you Have a Cavity? We Can Help!

Most people love the holiday season, but do you ever worry about what your celebrations—and especially your sweets—could be doing to your teeth? Honestly, you’ll probably be offered more snacks and treats between Halloween and New Years than you will be during any other time of the year. Fortunately, you can enjoy these treats and… Read more »

Professional Dental Cleanings Can Help Keep Your Smile Healthy

As is common knowledge, it is highly important to your oral health that you brush and floss your teeth every day. However, oral hygiene alone is not enough to achieve and maintain ideal oral health. You must also have a professional dental cleaning and checkup twice a year. When you come in for your appointment,… Read more »

Aging and Oral Health

As you get older, it is easy to assume that tooth loss is inevitable. This is not true! When properly taken care of, teeth can last a lifetime. Make sure to brush your teeth twice a day, with ADA approved fluoride toothpaste and a soft-bristled toothbrush. The ADA Seal of Acceptance means that you are… Read more »