There Are Several Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments that Can Improve the Appearance of Your Smile

Cosmetic dentistry is a branch of dentistry that improves the appearance of the teeth in your smile. Your dentist, Dr. , is highly trained and experienced in a wide variety of these methods. The specific nature of the imperfections on the teeth in your smile will largely determine which method or methods your dentist recommends… Read more »

A Chipped Tooth Needs to Be Repaired to Prevent Future Cavities

There are certain circumstances that can apply such unnatural force that it can chip one or more of your teeth. This is even more likely if you have a bad habit of nibbling on things, like pencils and pens, or if you frequently use your teeth as tools. Even if a chip doesn’t cause pain,… Read more »

All About the Promises of an ADA Dentist

Your dentist, Dr. , is a member of the American Dental Association, which means that works hard each day to provide top-notch dental care and a positive dental experience. In fact, your dentist has made five promises to increase the chances of those things happening, and those promises are: No. 1: Respect a patient’s wants… Read more »

Different Materials Might Be Used to Fill a Cavity in a Specific Location

Applying a filling is one of the most common methods our dentists use to repair small to medium sized cavity. The fillings location on the tooth, its visibility in your smile and the primary function of the tooth all factor into the material used for the filling. Composite fillings are made from a resin material… Read more »

Nail Biting and how it Affects Your Teeth

Bad habits such as not making the bed, or leaving your laundry on the floor are can annoy some people, but, fortunately, aren’t detrimental to your health. On the other hand, would you be surprised to learn that nail biting can lead to problems with your teeth, but can also cause other issues? You see,… Read more »

Knocked Out Teeth Can Be Completely Restored by a Bridge

Your teeth are anchored in their sockets by a series of periodontal ligaments. While these ligaments hold them fast, it is possible for an accident or a blow to the face to cause so much trauma that one of your teeth can be completely knocked out. When this happens the chances of successfully implanting the… Read more »

Sleep Apnea Relief

Sleep apnea can have a serious negative impact on your sleep and overall quality of life. Snoring issues, sinus problems and interrupted or poor quality sleep are all common side effects of sleep apnea. Fortunately, there are few different treatment options available. Finding the one that will adequately provide you relief from your sleep apnea… Read more »

What You Need to Know About Mouthwash

If you would like extra protection against tooth decay and gum disease, consider adding rinsing with mouthwash to your daily oral hygiene routine. Mouthwash does not replace brushing and flossing your teeth, but it can complement the positive effects to your oral health. Mouthwash can do many things for your smile, including: – Help prevent… Read more »

All About Nutrition and Smile Care During Pregnancy

Your smile is important to Dr. and our dental team and we are sad to tell you that it is in potential danger during your pregnancy. We strongly recommend that you keep up on oral hygiene (by brushing, flossing, and rinsing every day), visit your dentist every six months, and have a healthy and balanced… Read more »

Your Child and Oral Health

By the time your child has their first birthday, they should see a dentist to check for decay or abnormalities, and for you as a parent to learn how to instill good oral habits in your little one. It is never too early to care for your child’s developing oral health, and a good foundation… Read more »