What You Need to Know About Gingivitis

You know that you should brush your teeth and floss regularly. Similarly, you know that caring for your teeth well is an essential component of enjoying good oral health. However, do you know what can cause gingivitis—or what affects if can have on your teeth? In fact, did you know that even if you have… Read more »

Achieving a White Smile

An unappealing smile can leave you feeling awkward and uncomfortable in social situations. Here at our team of highly trained dental professionals have the tools and training to give you the bright, white smile you’ve always wanted. Every year millions of Americans look in the mirror and wish they had a bright white smile. Most… Read more »

Reversing the Effects of Enamel Erosion with Fluoride

If you could look at your teeth on a microscopic level, you would find that the enamel layer of each of your teeth is made up of dense mineral crystals. As you go through the course of an average day the acidic nature of certain foods and beverages, as well as the bacteria in your… Read more »

Treating Gum Disease

Oral health is an integral part of your overall wellness, and one key to oral health that some people overlook is healthy gums. Our gums are tremendously important, and can become diseased fairly easily, unfortunately. Maintaining quality oral hygiene habits is essential to preventing gum disease, but what do you do if trouble does occur?… Read more »

Eating Smart For Your Dental Health

Did you know that your diet plays a crucial role in determining your dental health? The foods you choose to eat every day have either a positive or a negative impact on your health. Here are some general guidelines to keep your smile bright and healthy: Eat plenty of calcium. You probably already know that… Read more »

Do You Need Wisdom Teeth Removal?

Ages ago our ancestors need the third molars, or wisdom teeth to chew the kind of food they ate. Now that our diets have evolved and our jaws are smaller than theirs there isn’t really room for these extra teeth. For some people, they never seem to cause problems. For most though, they can cause… Read more »

Cosmetic Bonding Restores a Tooth’s Appearance

A chip, fracture or crack in one of your teeth can leave you with an unappealing smile. Even if the tooth in question wasn’t damaged enough to expose the sensitive dentin layer, you will still need to address the area. In a situation like this your dentist might recommend a cosmetic bonding procedure to seal… Read more »

What Will My Crown Be Made From?

Usually the material your crown is made from is greatly influenced by the form and function of the particular tooth being restored. Your dentist will give you the best recommendation for a crown that will look good and last a long time. A ceramic-porcelain material is usually recommended for a crown replacing one of your… Read more »

Keep Your Smile Safe while Playing Sports

What would it be like if you suddenly found yourself missing a few teeth? Did you know that if you play sports, this is a real possibility? To help you keep your smile safe, we recommend wearing a mouthguard when you play any sport. Please don’t misunderstand; this includes contact sports like hockey and football,… Read more »

Your Guide To Dental Filling Options

Dental fillings shouldn’t be something to worry about. Dental fillings mean you’ve taken the right steps to remove tooth decay and replace it with another material, ensuring your teeth stay healthy and strong for years to come. Today our team is going to show you three common filling options to help ease the stress of… Read more »