Should You Use a Tongue Scraper?

You know that if you want to enjoy good oral health, you need to brush your teeth twice a day and floss daily, but did you know there are other things you can do to improve your oral health? Naturally, we recommend considering all of your options when it comes to your oral health—include tongue… Read more »

Correct Smile Flaws with Dental Bonding

Are you dissatisfied with the appearance of your smile? If you have minor smile flaws, Dr. may recommend dental bonding in , . During this procedure, our dentist will apply a tooth-colored resin to your teeth and use a special light to bond it in place. This material can enhance your smile and will feel… Read more »

How Do I Avoid Dental Emergencies While I’m Traveling?

If you are interested in avoiding dental emergencies while you are traveling, our team is more than happy to help you! All you need to do are the following things and your smile will remain in tip-top shape: -Avoid major dental treatment: If you need major dental treatment, like root canal therapy or dental crown… Read more »

Comfort at the Dental Office

There are a number of people who get nervous, or even anxious, when they visit a dental office. Some people are fearful enough that they will even avoid going to the dentist at all costs. Does this describe you? Don’t worry; there are ways to ease your dental fears. Preparation Be prepared for your appointment… Read more »

Why Are You Fighting Recurring Bad Breath?

At some point in your life, you’ve probably had to deal with bad breath. When you do, do you ever turn to a breath mint or chewing gum? If so you aren’t alone, but are these products really the best thing for your oral health? In reality, using mints and gum isn’t necessarily a problem–though… Read more »

How Sealants Can Improve Your Oral Health

Modern practices can help extend the life of your pearly whites now more than ever. Preventing cavities through a meticulous daily brushing and flossing routine along with regular dental checkups and cleanings, sealants can help your teeth can remain cavity free. In fact, since the 1970’s dental sealants have proven effective at helping molars and… Read more »

Everyday Habits and Cleaning Tips for Your New Dental Veneers

Your new dental veneers are a serious investment in giving you the smooth, white smile you’ve always wanted. By developing a few everyday habits, you can insure that your veneers will last for many years to come. The porcelain material the veneers are made from will not be vulnerable to tooth decay. However, the enamel… Read more »

Investigate the Causes of Sensitive Teeth

A stinging or painful sensation in your teeth from eating hot, cold, sweet or acidic foods, should be taken as a warning sign. Even though toothpaste formulated for sensitive teeth can sometimes help to mitigate these sensations, you should still investigate the underlying source of the problem before it develops into something worse. Enamel erosion… Read more »

Sleep Apnea Affects Children Too

Many people underestimate the dangers of sleep apnea. If left untreated, serious health conditions can occur throughout your body such as high blood pressure, stroke, depression, irritability, and excessive daytime sleepiness. Sleep apnea is a common condition that can cause you to stop breathing as you sleep. Therefore, as you sleep, your oxygen levels drop…. Read more »

What Kinds of Dental Fillings Are out There?

Have you been taking good care of your pearly whites with a daily regimen of brushing and flossing? Have you noticed any tooth decay, a chipped tooth, or suspect a fractured tooth? If so, it may be time to see your dentist to get a dental restoration. Dental fillings restore damaged teeth so that you… Read more »