What to Expect During Your Teeth-Cleaning Treatment

Dr. and our dental team care about you and your smile, which is why we encourage you to keep up on oral hygiene and receive a dental exam and cleaning every six months. Your six month checkup is extremely important, so if you’re due for a cleaning, please call our office today at and schedule… Read more »

How Doing the Daily Four Can Improve Your Oral Health

October is National Dental Hygiene Month, and at in , , we are excited to share their message of Do The Daily 4,  a message designed to helping you prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Dr. and our dedicated team work hard every day to create oral health awareness for our patients, and are confident that… Read more »

Special Event: Movie Under the Stars

Join us for our 2nd Annual  Movie Under the Stars  Patient Appreciation Event! We have the BEST patients! To show our appreciation for you, we are hosting an event night at RAM Farms! * Frozen (the movie) – Corn Maze – Pumpkin Patch * Bring your kids, grandkids, nieces or nephews to the Corn Maze… Read more »

Whitening Strips Can Help Maintain Your Smile After a Professional Bleaching Treatment

The professional bleaching treatment offered by Dr. is the most effective way to whiten your teeth. But even after your teeth have been professionally whitened you will still need to maintain their brightness by some means. In time, minor surface stains caused by dark foods and beverages can actually set deep into the tooth enamel,… Read more »

How Floss Has Developed Over Time

Dental floss is an important part of proper oral hygiene. It may come as a surprise to learn that according to the ADA, only 12 percent of Americans floss every day. The flossing concept isn’t a new one. Evidence found by researchers suggests that interdental cleaning has been practiced since Prehistoric times. Researchers have found… Read more »

The Basic Tips for Taking Care of a Temporary Crown

When your dentist, Dr. , secures a temporary dental crown in your smile, it is only intended to protect the abutment while the dental lab prepares your new dental crown or bridge. It does not actually restore the full function of the tooth. If the temporary crown comes loose, falls off or is damaged in… Read more »

The Danger of Missing Fillings

Fillings are intended to repair modest areas of tooth decay. While they are intended to last a long time, the bacteria in your mouth can slowly exploit the cement holding them into place. In some situations, the bacteria work into the healthy enamel between the filling and the remaining healthy enamel. Should this pocket of… Read more »

Don’t Ignore the Signs of Gum Disease

It is reported that 47% of Americans over 30 have periodontitis, an advanced form of gum disease. In seniors that number jumps to 70%. Gum disease is one of the most common oral health problems today, and it is also one of the most serious. It can culminate in the loss of bone structure and… Read more »

Free Day of Dentistry

It’s time again for our Free Day of Dentistry! Saturday, May 7th 2016 Arrive Early! Registration is from 8am -10am. Patients ages 18+ will be seen on a first-come first-served basis. Dr. McCulla and his team of staff and volunteers will provide a cleaning, filling, or extraction to the first 90 patients, or as many… Read more »

Repairing Cavities to Restore Your Smile

Regular dental checkups are the best defense against cavities, especially when combined with good daily oral care—brushing your pearly whites at least twice every day, and flossing at least once daily. Dental checkups every six months allow us to check for tooth decay, gum disease, and old fillings to make sure they are not cracked… Read more »