Build a Better Smile This Summer by Avoiding Unhealthy Foods

Build a better smile this summer by avoiding unhealthy foods. The products you consume play a vital role in your overall oral health care. Be mindful of foods and drinks that seek to destroy your tooth enamel and ruin your oral health. Listed below are common foods and drinks you should avoid to ensure your… Read more »

Chronic Bad Breath Problems Can Be Caused by a Variety of Sources

Bad breath from consuming pungent foods and beverages can often be handled by brushing and flossing your teeth after a meal. However, chronic bad breath can be socially embarrassing and could also be a symptom of a more serious oral or medical health concern. Taking the time to identify the factors contributing to your chronic… Read more »

Instructions on How to Clean Your Teeth with a Water Flosser

Do you get confused and overwhelmed when using your water flosser? If so, don’t worry—Dr. and our dental team are here to help you. With our tips and information, you’ll be able to use this handy and beneficial tool to clean your smile and prevent dental issues like tooth decay and gum disease. To begin,… Read more »

A Tooth with an Old Filling and a New Cavity Might Need a Crown

While fillings are meant to be very durable, often repairing a tooth for years, they still require substantially healthy tooth enamel to anchor onto. If a new cavity forms on a tooth with a pre-existing filling, there might not be enough viable tooth enamel remaining for a new filling to be applied. To treat a… Read more »

Protect Your Teeth from the Dangers of Aging

Your teeth can weaken and age over time due to the natural processes of life. However, there are ways to improve your smile by straightening your teeth and gums and preventing oral accidents, tooth decay, and gum disease. Making sure to keep your mouth safe includes effective oral health habits and wearing proper safety equipment… Read more »

Treating and Preventing Gum Disease

When it comes to diseases in the United States, adults are mainly affected by gum disease. In most instances, the gum disease is mild, but if left untreated it can develop and spread causing damage to your oral health. Gum disease can cause severe harm to your gums and also cause you to lose teeth…. Read more »

A Porcelain Crown Might Be Called for to Restore a Badly Decayed Tooth in Your Smile

An appealing smile is an important element in a healthy and productive social life. When poor oral hygiene habits cause a cavity to form on one of the teeth in your smile, it can leave you feeling self-conscious and socially awkward. If the cavity is significant in size, it might not be viable for repair… Read more »

You Can Reduce Your Periodontal Disease with Scaling and Root Planing

There are several negative impacts regarding neglect of proper oral care. Cavities can develop from this and so can an eventually need for dentures. There are other, less talked about, conditions that can occur from lack of preventative measures. One of these conditions is known as periodontal disease. Periodontal disease will begin to show itself… Read more »

Simple Tips to Help Remove a Piece of Food from Your Gumline

It’s not an uncommon occurrence to be eating a snack or a meal and getting something stuck between your teeth or in your gumline. While this can happen with just about any food, it is even more likely to be a problem with meat fibers, popcorn hulls, or fruit peels. While this can sometimes be… Read more »

Zoom! Whitening: The In-Office Treatment that Will Quickly Whiten Your Teeth

Are you tired of your dull, yellow smile? If so, our dental team has a recommendation for you: try Zoom! Whitening. This treatment is a quick and convenient way of finally achieving the bright smile you’re looking for. Fortunately, we offer it at our office. Zoom! Whitening in , , generally involves three 15-minute sessions…. Read more »