Protect Your Health; Keep Your Toothbrush to Yourself

A healthy smile depends largely on the foundation of oral care that you build, such as daily brushing and flossing and receiving periodic dental checkups from the dentist. However, you can take additional steps to enhance oral health and prevent oral issues from affecting your smile. Our dental team is here to provide effective tips… Read more »

Educate Yourself About Gingivitis

Are you aware that gum disease is often caused by issues associated with plaque buildup? Because gum disease is so detrimental to your oral health, establish an oral hygiene routine that constantly keeps your mouth clean. Gum disease can arise if your oral health care is associated with a downturn in your brushing and flossing… Read more »

How to Prevent Enamel Erosion

Do you want to prevent enamel erosion? Enamel erosion is a dental problem that can weaken your teeth and promote further dental problems, such as cavities and tooth cracks. To prevent enamel erosion, our dentist, Dr. , has some tips for you. -Avoid acidic foods and drinks. Acid attacks your tooth enamel and weakens it…. Read more »

Flossing Toward Better Dental Health

One of the most effective dental care habits is flossing your teeth before or after brushing your teeth. It’s important that you take time to floss every day to remove food particles that have become trapped in hard-to-reach areas of your smile that are inaccessible to a toothbrush, resulting in a more thorough cleaning. Our… Read more »

The Key to a Great Smile with Dentures

If you are missing any teeth, it is important to make sure they are effectively treated and replaced as soon as possible. Otherwise, numerous functions of your smile can be impaired, and oral health issues can arise. One highly effective treatment to consider is removable dentures. If you are missing any teeth, it is important… Read more »

Discover Your Smile with Dental Veneers

If a spectacular smile is what you seek, a highly effective treatment option to consider is a dental veneer. Dental veneers are designed to go on smooth by permanently affixing them to the fronts of teeth. A single dental veneer can dramatically in the look of a tooth. If you require a cosmetic upgrade to… Read more »

Dental Sealants Are Effective

Have you heard about dental sealants? We assembled this post for you to help you learn about dental sealants and what they can do for you. If you would like to receive oral sealants after reading this post, please phone us at to plan your next visit. If you have struggled with tooth decay and… Read more »

Starchy Foods are Bad for Your Teeth

The holidays are in full swing, and that means multiple of you will be consuming cakes, cookies and other treats. We wish you well and hope you enjoy all of them! To keep your teeth protected during this sugar-heavy time of year, read over the following advice and how you could implement it. If you… Read more »

Dental Crowns: Details on the Different Types of Restorations Available

Dental crowns are also known as tooth caps. They fit over your weak, broken, and unattractive tooth and repair its function, health, and appearance. In addition to these beneficial characteristics, dental crowns are also made in different ways, which means there are different types of dental crowns available to serve different needs. To tell you… Read more »

Drink Water for a Healthy Smile

For a happy smile, don’t forget to drink water! Dehydration affects your entire body. It can reduce brain function, energy levels, and physical capacity. Sufficient hydration can combat these negative effects, as well as other positive things like making skin look less wrinkled, reducing risk of kidney stones, reducing constipation, and even helping individuals lose… Read more »