A Bridge Restores Teeth Lost in One Area

If you have lost multiple teeth in one area of your mouth, then you understand how it has compromised your ability to chew food and might even influence your speech. Of equal concern, if you don’t restore the structure in that part of your mouth the surrounding teeth will start to move toward the void…. Read more »

A Custom Mouth Guard can Protect your Teeth and Reduce the Risk of Concussion

Concussion awareness and the danger to your mouth brought on by contact sports, has continued to increase in recent years. Blows to the face during contact sports greatly increase the chances of a cracked, fractured or knocked out teeth. Many of these situations can be prevented by wearing a custom mouth guard. A custom fitted… Read more »

Tooth Bleaching Gel for Whitening Teeth at Home

If you want a brighter, whiter smile, there are a lot of different options available to you. The degree of staining and the primary cause will greatly determine what teeth whitening products or procedures are right for you. Tooth bleaching gel is one of the most powerful ways you can whiten your teeth at home…. Read more »

Restore Your Smile With Dentures

If you find yourself in need of a smile restoration, you are not alone. Many people loose teeth over time and need a way to restore their missing teeth. Dentures are perfect for these situations. In case you may not know, dentures are removable appliances that replace missing teeth. Did you know that facial muscles… Read more »

Gum Disease and Prevention

What is the importance of a good dental cleaning? One of the most important things we do to help patients keep gum disease at bay is removing the hardened plaque (the tartar, or calculus) that builds up in between visits. Even if you do your part by brushing and flossing daily, it is inevitable that… Read more »

Oral Cancer Risk Factors and Symptoms

A positive cancer diagnosis at any age or stage of development is always a serious matter. This is why oral cancer screenings and maintaining an up to date health history are an important part of your regular dental checkup. According to the American Dental Association 1 in 92 adults will develop oral or pharyngeal cancer… Read more »

Your Dentist, Your Smile, and Lasers

Have you ever heard about a friend visiting the dentist only to have lasers used in his or her treatment? Or have you heard of a dentist advertising the benefits of laser dentistry? Do you ever wonder what said benefits could be, or if laser dentistry is even safe? In fact, dentist have been employing… Read more »

Relieving Your Canker Sores

Canker sores are annoying and painful, and can make simple activities like eating and talking unpleasant. Generally, these sores don’t require dental treatment, and should fade on their own after a week or two. However, we strongly recommend visiting a dentist if you have a particularly persistent or painful sore. While no one is exactly… Read more »

When X-Rays Are Important

X-rays are a safe, reliable staple of dentistry. They help dentists locate problems before they require extensive work and keep a visual record of changes in your smile. Depending on your circumstances, a dentist may recommend X-rays once every six or only once every few years. However, some patients might need X-rays more frequently. To… Read more »

Your Beginner’s Guide to Dental Veneers

If you’re new to cosmetic dental procedures and which will be best in your smile restoration, you’ve come to the right place. We’re going to give you the basics to dental veneers and show you why it may be just what you need to restore that beautiful smile of yours. What exactly are dental veneers?… Read more »