How to Care for Your Child’s Teeth

The health of the mouth depends on how well you care for your teeth. When a child is too young to care for their teeth on their own, it is your responsibility to see to the care of his or her teeth. Your child’s dental hygiene should start at an early age. Before your baby’s… Read more »

Are Interdental Cleaners Effective?

Are interdental cleaners effective? Dental floss is an extremely significant part of your oral health care daily regimen, as it cleans the areas between teeth that brushing cannot reach. If for any reason your flossing habits are inadequate and cannot be adjusted, try switching to an alternative interdental cleaner such as a water flosser. For… Read more »

A Modest-Sized Cavity Might Be Repaired by a Composite or Amalgam Filling

Oral hygiene inconsistencies and a bad habit of procrastinating your routine dental exam at can increase your chances of suffering a cavity. Early symptoms of this could include heightened sensitivity in a tooth or a noticeable change in the tooth’s texture. If it is detected early, a modest-size cavity can often be treated with a… Read more »

Have You Kept Your Child’s Smile Safe and Clean?

Have you kept your child’s smile safe and clean? Even though your child will not be able to clean their teeth effectively until around 6 years of age, it is important to immediately begin brushing their teeth as soon as they begin to appear. For the first few years, you will need to brush their… Read more »

The Oral Emergency Quiz

Do you know what to do in the event of an oral emergency? Are you prepared with a treatment action plan if you lose a tooth, or suffer an open wound in your mouth? Knowing what to do and effectively following through can make all the difference in your oral health recovery time. For more… Read more »

Do You Floss Daily? You Should

Did you know that over 80% of dental patients admit that they don’t floss on a daily basis? Perhaps you count yourself among them. If so, we know your dentist has told you why flossing is such an important routine to develop. Even though we know that you have already been told time and time… Read more »

The Best Chewing Gum for Your Teeth

Little did you know, gum can be dangerous for your smile, especially gum that is loaded with sugar. So, it’s important to keep your chompers in mind when purchasing gum. To help you select the best and healthiest gum for your teeth, our dental team encourages you to choose gum that: –Is sugarless: It’s best… Read more »

Actors Have Perfect Smiles. Now You Can Have One Too

If you watched the Hollywood Academy Awards this year, you may have noticed something about all of the smiling actors. They all have flawless teeth. If you’ve ever wanted a smile as beautiful as theirs, then you might want to consider getting dental veneers. Dental veneers are a cosmetic dental treatment that can repair many… Read more »

A Removable Partial Can Replace the Function of Multiple Missing Teeth

If you’ve had multiple teeth lost to tooth decay or extraction, it can severely impair your ability to chew food. It can even cause you to slur your speech or alter your physical appearance. To address a problem like this without the use of invasive dental treatments, Dr. might recommend fitting you for a removable… Read more »

What You Should Know About Coffee and Your Teeth

Coffee is an extremely popular beverage, but did you know that it’s also responsible for many stained teeth? Coffee can get stuck to your enamel, making it extremely difficult to remove with your toothbrush. Fortunately, there are a few things you can consider doing if you’re interested in enjoying your coffee and keeping your teeth… Read more »