Getting Dentures? What You Need to Know

What do new dentures feel like? Your new dentures may feel a little strange or loose for a few weeks. Over time, the muscles of the cheeks and tongue will learn to keep them in place. Will dentures make me look different? Dentures are custom made to look like your natural teeth, so there will… Read more »

Got Gum Disease? Try Scaling and Root Planing

Do you ever experience constant bad breath and bleeding or receding gums? If so, you might be a victim of gum disease, and you need to be treated as soon as possible. One treatment that we offer at is scaling and root planing, which is a deep-cleaning routine that will help your gums, teeth, and… Read more »

The Truth About Sleep Apnea

What do you know about sleep apnea? Did you know that people who are forced to cope with sleep apnea may find themselves waking at night one hundred or more times every night? This is because the airways of people with sleep apnea are partially blocked—typically by their tongue or sagging throat muscles. Sadly, if… Read more »

Do You Have Gum Disease?

Did you know that disease can lead to fairly serious problems, or why you should keep your gums safe? As you probably know, your gums are important. Beneath your gums is bone that supports your teeth and keep them in place. Your gums, which are actually just a soft layer of skin, protect this supporting… Read more »

5 Tips That Will Help You Kick the Smoking Habit

Have you decided to quit smoking? If so, congratulations! We are very excited for you. However, we do know that kicking the habit can be extremely difficult and tiresome, and we are here to help you. To help you have the best and most successful experience possible, we recommend using these five tips: No. 1:… Read more »

Preventing Canker Sores

Do you know what the difference is between a cold sore and a canker sore? Really, there are two main differences. Canker sores are not contagious and they always appear inside the mouth. Fortunately, canker sores aren’t serious—in fact they should heal within two weeks. If they don’t heal in that timeframe, please contact a… Read more »

The Importance of Floss

Let’s face it, when it comes to flossing, many people slack off and do not floss regularly. The most common excuse for not flossing is the sore or bleeding gums they experience when they first begin flossing. What people do not realize is that once they begin flossing and they keep up with the habit,… Read more »