A Dental Implant Can Be Used to Restore a Badly Decayed Tooth

Tooth decay is always a serious matter. The complications to your oral health continue to escalate the longer you go without having it treated. In an extreme case, the decay can compromise the tooth so badly that your dentist’s only effective treatment option is to extract the tooth. When your gums are healed, Dr. might… Read more »

Information to Help You Find the Right Method for Whitening Your Smile

A smile that has been stained by dark foods and beverages, tobacco, or the general passage of time can leave you feeling self-conscious. Many people in a situation like this will contact Dr. to understand their options for regaining or maintaining a white smile. Brushing your teeth with a whitening toothpaste is a popular and… Read more »

Flossing is Important

Flossing is an important part of keeping your teeth in excellent health. Brushing alone is not enough to fight off cavities and prevent tooth decay. The bristles on your toothbrush cannot reach between your teeth. That is why flossing is there to keep plaque from forming between your teeth and help you in the fight… Read more »

Cracked Tooth: A Few Facts

Have you ever bitten into one of your favorite foods and heard a crack? As you probably know, this can be an extremely unpleasant experience. Often people feel that they can wait to have this problem addressed, but we recommend looking for treatment immediately. A cracked tooth could be caused by a cavity. If this is… Read more »

Enamel Erosion Can Often Be Countered by Increased Fluoride Exposure

If you could look at your tooth enamel through a powerful microscope, you would see a complex crystalline structure with mineralized textures and pores. As you go about your day the natural bacteria in your mouth as well as acidic foods and drinks can erode a microscopic amount of these minerals. Fortunately, exposing your teeth… Read more »

Your Guide to a Consistent Oral Health Routine

Your oral health has a direct relation to the rest of your body. Poor oral health won’t only lead to gum disease and tooth decay, but it can cause other systemic issues such as heart disease and cancer. That’s why our team here at encourage you to be proactive in establishing a consistent, thorough oral… Read more »

Learn to Love Regular Cleanings

Around 100 million Americans – or roughly 1/3rd of the population – avoids going to the dentist for myriad reasons. A lot of people don’t go because they don’t see the need, don’t have the money, or simply don’t like the dentist. Here at we’re trying to change that. We’re going to lay out a… Read more »

Improve Your Kids’ Oral Health

Some people don’t pay much attention to cavities in their children’s baby teeth. After all, the teeth fall out anyways – why bother taking care of them? Well, untreated cavities can lead to tooth decay in permanent teeth, as well as other oral health issues that can be painful – and costly – for you… Read more »

How To Help a Teething Child

How do you know if your baby is actually teething? What signs should you watch for? If your baby is teething, what can you do for your little one? How can you, as their parent and guardian, help them with this painful process? Here are a few ideas on helping your baby with teething. First… Read more »

What Veneers and Implants Can Do for You

Are you ever unhappy with the appearance of your smile? Do you wish there was something you could do to improve the cosmetic appeal of your teeth? For instance, you probably know that if you’re missing a tooth, you may need a bridge or implant. Similarly, you may know that you can whiten your teeth… Read more »