Gum Disease: Age and Gender

While everyone is vulnerable to gum disease–men, women, and children–research has shown that men tend to have a higher risk of gum disease. Why? Perhaps because they are not seeing a dentist regularly or are not as consistent with good oral hygiene habits. Let’s take a closer look at periodontitis in men, women, and children.... Read more »

The Three Kinds of Cavities

Cavities may all look the same. And if they start to hurt, they will all feel the same: painful. To us, a cavity is a cavity. But there are three different kinds of cavities, and as our dentist, Dr. will tell you, you don’t want any of them. If you already have a filling or… Read more »

Inspirational Dentistry: Toothache Treatments

Are you aware of toothaches and their potential effect on your oral health? A toothache is an abscessed tooth that has suffered an infection. If it is left untreated, it can cause serious problems, including tooth loss, and lead to further infection within your mouth. In order to make sure that your smile is always… Read more »

Achieve a Strong and Gorgeous Smile with Dental Bonding

Spring is a very popular time of year for people to undergo cosmetic dentistry procedures and use methods such as dental bonding to craft beautiful smiles. Our dentist provides dental bonding for damaged and flawed teeth by applying a high-quality dental porcelain material to areas that need additional strength or improvement. By receiving dental bonding,… Read more »

Reassess Your Oral Health with Mouth Guards

Did you know that mouth guards is one of the many beneficial treatments that can help keep your smile in good condition? Mouth guards are oral appliances that add an additional layer of protection for your teeth in the event that you experience blunt trauma to the mouth. While wearing a mouth guard can help… Read more »

Avoiding Tooth Loss

Are you interested in keeping your natural teeth for a lifetime? That is a great goal to have for your smile, and our dentist, Dr. , is happy to help you prevent losing your teeth. To help you keep your teeth, encourages you to do the following: -Prevent tooth decay: Tooth decay is a major… Read more »

How Should I Deal With Dry Socket?

If you have had a tooth extracted, a blood clot will form over the empty socket. If that clot is disrupted or removed, you could a victim of dry socket. The clot can be dislodged by chewing on the side of your mouth that had the extraction, smoking, using a straw or brushing the site…. Read more »

Unlock Your Smile with Tooth Restorations

If for any reason you have suffered an oral accident or injury and dental damage has occurred, your teeth will need to be restored and repaired. If multiple teeth are damaged, you may need multiple treatments. Depending on your oral ailments and your oral health care needs, dental fillings, dental veneers, dental crowns, or teeth… Read more »

The Key to a Safe Smile with Oral Cancer Screenings

Have you recently been in to visit your doctor for an oral health care screening? If you have not done so, it is important that you receive one. 42,000 Americans every year will receive their oral cancer screenings and be diagnosed with oral cancer. To give yourself the best chance for effective recovery, oral cancer… Read more »

You Might Be Eligible for Dental Sealants

Are you at risk for cavities on your teeth? If you don’t have oral sealants applied, the answer could be yes. We put together this post to help you learn a little bit extra about oral sealants; read on to further your knowledge, and feel free to give us a call to set up a… Read more »