Oral Health Advantages: Cosmetic Dentistry Enhancements

  Have you ever heard of cosmetic dentistry? You probably are aware of the options associated with it. Cosmetic dentistry refers to treatments that can be given for your oral health care to improve your smile’s aesthetic. In many situations; a single treatment can vastly improve your smile and give you the smile makeover you’ve… Read more »

Treat Your Tooth Sensitivity in One of These Four Ways

Did you know that if you struggle with tooth sensitivity, there is a wide variety of treatments in the dental world reduce tooth sensitivity and help you manage the condition? Our dentist and team can help you identify what causes tooth sensitivity and which treatments are ideal for your condition. Here are five helpful treatments… Read more »

Consider Receiving Fluoride at Your Next Dental Visit

In order to sustain excellent oral health, you need to be doing all you can to keep your teeth healthy. If you haven’t already, ask our dentist at your next dental checkup about receiving fluoride treatment to reduce your risk of tooth decay. You may have heard many opinions about fluoride and its efficacy, but… Read more »

A Key to Oral Health Success: Chewing Gum

It is essential to use adequate oral health care techniques to keep your smile safe from harboring cavities and plaque buildup in your mouth. You can help accomplish this by chewing gum after meals to promote saliva formation. To help you understand more about why chewing gum is effective, our team is happy to give… Read more »

Tooth Enamel Erosion Might Be Linked to Poor Oral Hygiene

If you sometimes forget to brush your teeth each morning and night, or you have a bad habit of not flossing at least once each day, the bacterial presence in your mouth could cause problems. Over time the build up of plaque acids in your mouth, and the acidic beverages you consume, could start to… Read more »

Are Dental Visits Important?

No matter how well you brush and floss, you still need to see your dentist for your routine cleanings and exams. Many dental problems, like oral cancer and gum disease are painless in their early stages, and your dentist may be the first one to spot a problem, In fact in many cases, regular dental… Read more »

Taking Care of Your Veneers

Dental veneers are a great way to deal with minor damage to your smile. If you have a chip in your tooth, your tooth is discolored, or is unevenly spaced, veneers may be the answer to your problem. Veneers are thin shells, usually made of porcelain that are crafted and colored to fit over your… Read more »

The ADA Seal

The time has come for you to replace your toothbrush or to buy new toothpaste. Going to the store to buy these products can be intimidating because there are so many options. There is an entire shelf, or maybe even wall, of dental product options. Which one should you choose? How do you know that… Read more »

Why Do I Have a Canker Sore?

The mouth is an intricate system, and can be confusing. If you don’t know much about your teeth and soft tissues, don’t worry! This is the case for lots of people. Even scientists are still working some things out about the mouth. For example, one question that remains about the mouth is the origin of… Read more »

Why Bad Breath Isn’t Always Just Bad Breath

Bad breath stinks. Literally! Did you know that stinky breath can come from more than just anchovies or garlic? Bad breath can also come from sources inside your body, and when that’s the case it’s referred to as halitosis. Here are some sources of halitosis. -If you have periodontal disease, pockets of bacteria in your… Read more »