Don’t Forget the Importance of Oral Emergency Care

When you have issues associated with oral accidents or injuries, it’s always good to have a dental emergency prevention plan in place. Before professional care can be given, it’s always a good idea to have very treatments and techniques in place to minimize damage so that further issues do not arise. If you suffer an… Read more »

Dental Exams: What to Expect

Has it been awhile since you’ve visited a dentist? Are you delaying making an appointment because you just don’t know what to expect? Today we would like to help put you at ease by dispelling the uncertainty that may reside within you. What happens in a dental visit? We would like to know your health… Read more »

Hitch a Ride on the Smile Parade with Treatments During Cold and Flu Season

How would you rank your oral health care? Would you say you’re doing enough to keep your smile safe throughout the year from all oral health hazards and dental damage risks that arise? Although we often think about oral accidents and injuries such as blunt trauma or dental erosion that may arise due to harmful… Read more »

All About Dental Erosion Prevention

  One of the biggest risks to your oral health is often done on a microscopic level. Even if you cannot tell that dental damage is being done, it is possible your teeth are slowly being worn away. This process is known as dental erosion, also called dental erosion. It arises when harmful acids on… Read more »

Oral Health Care Year in Review: Enhanced Oral Health Care Treatments

Caring for your smile for the holidays should be at the top of your wish list. By the time your permanent teeth grow in, it is important to always make sure they’re well taken care of, so you do not suffer any tooth death or any other form of dental damage. Your oral health care… Read more »

A Dental Bridge Can Often Replace a Missing Tooth

A tooth lost to untreated tooth decay or a severe dental trauma can certainly limit your basic oral function. If the tooth was in the back of your mouth, it could impair your ability to chew and grind food before safe swallowing. If the tooth was located near the front of your mouth, it could… Read more »

Essential Toothpaste Facts

Toothpaste is a handy tool that can assist you in cleaning your teeth every day. However, that’s only the case if you choose the right type of toothpaste for your smile. To help you choose the best toothpaste on the store shelves, Dr. and our dental team would like to share a few toothpaste facts… Read more »

How Dental Crowns Protect Teeth

If you have a chomper that needs covering, a dental crown is the way to do it: oral crowns, which are prosthetic oral apparatuses, cover teeth for restorative purposes. Crowns are often used when a cavity portends the wellbeing of a tooth, but there are other reasons why our dentist might endorse them. Here are… Read more »

What Are the Necessary Steps When I’ve Knocked a Tooth Out Away From Home?

Dental emergencies happen, even when you’re on vacation, and it’s important to take care of the situation right away. To help you care for a knocked-out tooth while you’re away from home, our dentist, Dr. , and dental team have some tips and information for you. The first thing you should do is contact a… Read more »

A Guide to Halitosis

Have you ever heard of halitosis? You may know it as bad breath. It may be caused by something you ate, but there are other causes, as well. If you suffer from chronic halitosis, it’s time to contact your dentist. Here are some things your dentist may want to know: – Do you suffer from… Read more »