Time is of the Essence for Dental Emergencies

We encourage you to take steps now to protect your oral health, and this includes knowing how to treat dental emergencies in a prompt and efficient manner. We offer tips on treatment for common dental emergencies so that you can prevent unnecessary damage to your smile. Bitten Oral Tissue It’s easy to end up biting… Read more »

A Key to Oral Health Success: Composite Dental Fillings

Fixing your smile is a great way to ensure oral health happiness. One particularly effective way to keep your smile safe from future decay is through dental fillings. Dental fillings are highly effective tooth restorations that are designed to restore the normal functions of your tooth by filling in any cavities that may have occurred…. Read more »

The Benefits of Dental Checkups

Do you ever wonder why it’s recommended to visit your dentist every six months for a routine dental cleaning and exam? If so, our , Dr. , would be happy to tell you why. Dental checkups are vital for your oral health and smile. They have many benefits that can help you. To elaborate, will… Read more »

Should I Have My Tooth Extracted?

You may be asking yourself this question if your tooth is severely damaged and can no longer sustain its function. There are several factors to consider when choosing whether to have a tooth removed. Ask yourself these questions to help in making your decision. First, is it absolutely necessary or can a crown help save… Read more »

October: National Dental Hygiene Month Has Some Tips for Your Smile

Were you aware that October is National Dental Hygiene Month? Fall is the perfect time to review your oral health strategy for the year, with all the renewed energy this time of year ushers in. Today, our dental team at has some tips for your smile about how to promote good oral health for you… Read more »

Keeping Your Teeth Healthy While on Vacation

If you find yourself or perhaps your family preparing for an upcoming holiday vacation, you may find these tips helpful for keeping your teeth healthy in , : • Visit for a checkup and maybe a cleaning, if you are close to needing one or will be gone when your checkups are normally scheduled. •… Read more »

Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine Is Important for Preventing Cavities and Periodontal Health Problems

The American Dental Association was created to help advise the consumer on the various elements of maintaining a healthy mouth. This includes a series of ADA recommendations and guidelines to help prevent problems with cavities and periodontal health complications. One of the most important recommendations calls for brushing your teeth twice and flossing at least… Read more »

Principles Concerning Aging and Dental Health

One of the biggest issues with aging is the effect it has on our bodies. As we age, so too do our limbs, organs, hair, and smile. We often believe our teeth are immune to the effects of age, but they will begin to wear down and deteriorate as we get older. Fortunately, if you… Read more »

Are You Informed about Dental Bonding?

Are you informed about dental bonding? Do you have any teeth that are slightly out of alignment or feature unappealing stains or discoloration that simply won’t come out with other dental treatments? If so, a dental bonding procedure may be exactly what you need to restore your smile and get back the shining look you… Read more »

6 Foods to Avoid for Healthy Teeth

What you eat matters not only to your overall physical health, but it matters to your dental health as well! The foods you eat can have a major impact on your teeth. Here are some foods to avoid or reduce for a healthy smile.   Sticky foods such as dried fruit can bring harm to… Read more »