Tips for Maintaining Top-Notch Dental Implants

Dental implants are strong and reliable dental restorations, but that doesn’t mean they can fend for themselves. In fact, if you want your dental implants to last many years, then you need to properly care for them. Fortunately, caring for dental implants is just like caring for your natural teeth. To help you maintain top-notch dental implants, our dentists, Dr.... read more »

Practical Oral Health Care: Dental Crowns

If you are looking for a highly effective tooth replacement, consider the use of dental crowns. Through the use of dental crowns, you can protect a tooth by applying a wonderful restoration that protects a tooth completely. Dental crowns are designed to cap a tooth on all sides down to the gum line for added support. Not like that, dental... read more »

What Can a Dental Crown Do?

Dental accidents occur occasionally. This can be frustrating. If you have a cracked or chipped tooth or a tooth with a large cavity, you have a number of options available to you. Today we will talk about once such method of treating a weakened tooth--a dental crown. Dental crowns are quite popular because they can restore a tooth to its... read more »

Replenish Your Smile with Healthy Foods to Eat

Are you aware of healthy foods you should be eating? Although we often think of unhealthy foods we should be avoiding including those high in sugar and carbs, we rarely talk about what products can be safe for our smiles. There are several products that actually have been shown to help protect against dental erosion and strengthen your tooth enamel.... read more »

Smile Therapy: Water Flossers

  Have you ever heard of a water flosser before? Although they may seem highly familiar when you're in a dentist office, they have in recent years become more prevalent in at-home use. Water flossers can add an additional layer to your oral health care and assist with interdental cleaning. If you're not happy with your threaded floss, consider switching... read more »

The Benefits of Brushing Your Teeth

If you ever wonder why you should brush your teeth every morning and night for two minutes each time, then you have come to the right blog. Today, our dentistss, Drs. Hutchison, Gabrielsen, and Craig, would like to discuss the benefits of brushing, which are: -Brushing helps you prevent tooth decay and gum disease. This is very beneficial because tooth... read more »

Locate Your Dream Smile Today with Dental Damage Prevention

  Dental damage can occur in many forms. However, it is important to understand what normally causes dental damage and what you can do to help prevent it. By creating a safe tooth hazard prevention plan, you can help lower the risk of potential damage and any oral accidents that could potentially occur. It's always a good idea to make... read more »

How to Keep Your Smile Free From Gum Disease

Your dentist, Dr. Edmon R. Hutchison & Eric J. Gabrielson, cares for you, your smile, and your oral health, which is why they strongly encourages you to do everything you can to keep your teeth and gums in tip-top shape. Unfortunately, there are many things that can destroy your smile if you let them, and one of those things is... read more »

Fluoride in Community Water Prevents Tooth Decay

Fluoride is a fantastic resource for preventing tooth decay and infection. Why? It strengthens your tooth enamel. Your enamel is that white, hard, outermost layer of your teeth that protects your dentin and pulp. When your enamel erodes, fluoride can repair and strengthen its weakened defenses. In the 1960s, a movement spread across America where many communities voted to include... read more »