What You Should Know About Toothpaste Allergies

You may already know that you need to brush your pearly whites twice every day for two minutes at a time. Similarly, you may also know that flossing at least once a day and visiting our team once every six months are also important if you want a healthy smile. But have you heard that… Read more »

Oral Health Threat: Gum Disease

Gum disease is one of the biggest issues facing oral health. This disease can lead to tooth loss and potential throat cancer. Some cases of gum disease even lead to heart disease. While gum disease can be scary, it’s also one of the most easily preventable diseases facing adult Americans. The best and simplest form… Read more »

Sometimes Even the Best of Smiles May Benefit from Bonding

Sometimes even the best of smiles can use a little bonding. Even if you practice optimum oral hygiene and brush and floss daily, it only takes a single oral accident to derail all your years of hard work. Fortunately, most oral accidents can be repaired with services such as dental bonding. Listed below are some of… Read more »

Repair Your Smile Seamlessly with Our Composite Dental Fillings

If your oral health is currently suffering from a cavity, our composite dental fillings can repair your smile seamlessly. With a composite filling, also referred to as tooth-colored fillings, you can eradicate small to medium-sized cavities with expert precision and lasting support for many years to come. Consider the following advantages offered by our composite dental fillings:… Read more »

The Benefits of Professional Treatment for Gingivitis

Do you have tender, red, swollen, or bleeding gums? If you have any of these symptoms, you may have gingivitis. But do you know what gingivitis actually is? It’s actually the earliest stage of gum disease, and if it isn’t addressed, it can develop into something much more serious. Fortunately, there are several things you… Read more »

Fill in Missing Teeth with Dentures

Fill in missing teeth with dentures. Oftentimes, eating or speaking without teeth can be arduous and painful, and can limit your food choices. Dentures can fill in the gaps that missing teeth have left behind. Another benefit of dentures is that you will be able to fill out your facial structure and maintain a healthy… Read more »

Healthy Stocking Stuffers

While tooth decay affects 60-90% of teenagers and adults, according to the World Health Organization, and tooth decay is the most common disease among children in the U.S., according to the Academy of General Dentistry, there is good news! Tooth decay is preventable with proper care and daily attention. Dr. at are pleased to be… Read more »

Healthy Habits to Protect Your Oral Health for the Holidays

This holiday season, it is important to continue practicing safe and effective oral health care habits. If your teeth are damaged, they will not be able to serve you effectively for future holiday seasons to come. The more you do to protect them, the much safer they will be. Your friendly neighborhood dentists at want… Read more »

Toothpaste: The Three Characteristics to Look For

If you want a strong and successful smile, then it’s best to have the best oral hygiene tools possible. If you don’t have safe and effective oral hygiene tools, then your smile won’t be properly cleaned each day, which can lead to tooth decay, gum disease, and other dental issues. So, to help you find… Read more »

Fillings That Can Mimic the Look of Your Natural Tooth Color

Have you ever needed a tooth restored, but didn’t want to be stuck with the unnatural look of dental amalgam? The metallic shine is enough to put off many people from amalgam fillings. Luckily, the times have changed. Thanks to modern technology and the skilled craftsmanship of our dentists, a resin-based composite filling can now… Read more »