Are You Prepared for an Upcoming Tooth Extraction?

Are you prepared for an upcoming tooth extraction? Before and after a tooth extraction, always set up an effective plan to prepare your body and home for any circumstances that can arise. Additionally, make sure to stop any bad habits, such as smoking before and after the surgery, to ensure the highest chance of success… Read more »

Brushing Up on Good Habits

It’s good to make a habit out of brushing daily. This will help keep your teeth from decay and help promote your oral health. The problem when it comes to making something a habit is that we often do it with little to no thought. This can lead to proper brushing techniques being forgotten over… Read more »

Even the Best of Smiles May Be out of Alignment

Brushing twice daily and flossing daily is a great way to ensure your mouth is protected from oral health care issues such as tooth decay and gum disease, but your daily habits could be hindered by oral issues that you are not in control of. Bad bites, better known as malocclusions, are caused by misalignment… Read more »

How to Prevent Cavities from Forming

If you do not take care of your oral health, it is possible for your risk of tooth decay to increase much more rapidly. Taking even the most basic of preventative measures such as brushing and flossing are extremely beneficial in your battle against tooth decay. The most effective method of dealing with cavities starts… Read more »

Avoid Oral Health Care Hazards During the Holidays

It’s very easy to get swept up in the holiday cheer and neglect your oral health, but doing so could have some serious consequences. Our dentist, wants you to be safe so that your teeth remain merry and white. There are increased risks for breakage to your teeth during the holidays, so take care of your… Read more »

Crafting the Future With the Knowledge of the Past

It is important to remember the lessons of the past, to grant us a brighter future. The more we learn, the greater our future can become. Society has learned the power of a smile can end disputes, forge stronger relationships with our peers, and even soothe the hardest of hearts. And yet, cosmetic dentistry is… Read more »

Dental Crown Facts

With so many sugary temptations and treats at our fingertips this season, it’s only natural to expect a cavity or two if you forget to brush and floss regularly. However, even people with the strongest oral hygiene habits can still be subject to occasional tooth decay. That is why here at in , , can… Read more »

As Gum Disease Develops It Poses More Serious Symptoms and Complications

The American Dental Association estimates that nearly half of the population over the age of 30 has some form of periodontal disease. This is most often a result of hardened tartar forming at the gum line. As gum disease develops it poses more serious symptoms and complications.   Gingivitis is the earliest form of gum… Read more »

Your New Crown Needs Daily Care and Cleaning

As the name implies, a temporary crown is only intended to serve its purpose for a short amount of time. Its only job is to protect the abutment within to keep is safe from damage while you await completion of your permanent crown. If it is damaged, loosened or falls out it could cause significant… Read more »

A Broken Tooth Might Need Extraction Before It Can Be Restored with a Dental Implant

An accident, blow to the face or hard fall can sometimes impact your mouth with such force that it can actually crack or severely fracture one or more of your teeth. If you have a broken tooth, there is a chance that there is so much damage to the pulp or root of the tooth… Read more »