Good Oral Hygiene Helps Maintain Your New Bridge

The dental bridge installed in your mouth was designed from durable materials that are meant to stand the daily rigors of chewing the foods you eat. Good oral hygiene habits and cleaning your bridge daily will help prevent gum disease complications. The severe form of gum disease, which is known as periodontitis, can cause your… Read more »

When To Remove Wisdom Teeth

A lot of people have wisdom teeth, and even more have them removed. However, it’s a bit difficult to know – either as a parent or as an adult – just when the right time is to remove those teeth. Let’s look at what Dr. recommends you do in order to stay on top of… Read more »

The Secrets to Flossing

Although we typically floss between two to three minutes a day, it is still a trade skill that holds many secrets. Even individuals who have been flossing daily for years may still lack the common requirements with their flossing techniques that keep their mouths from reaching their full potential. According to the American Dental Association,… Read more »

How Plaque Affects Your Teeth

As you may know, brushing and flossing your teeth daily is very important if you’d like to stay away from tooth decay. If you fail to keep up on your oral health, plaque will build up and will start to erode at your teeth. Still, do you know what plaque actually is or the effect… Read more »

Root Canal: An Effective Treatment to Restore Your Tooth

Do you have a persistent toothache that is increasingly painful? Do you have a tooth that hurts when hot or cold food or drinks touch it, and even after it stops touching it? Does your tooth hurt when you bite down or chew food? If so, you may have an inflamed or infected tooth pulp… Read more »

What Happens When You Share Your Toothbrush

Have you ever thought that sharing or borrowing a toothbrush is probably harmless, especially if you rinse the brush off first? In reality, though, you shouldn’t share your toothbrush or ever let anyone else use your brush. As you may know, everyone has different bacteria in their mouth. Toothbrushes can actually harbor bad bacteria, and… Read more »

Dental Crowns Can Protect Your Smile

Have you ever wanted to protect your teeth that have already suffered damage? Did you know there are wonderful cosmetic treatments called dental crowns that are designed to do just that? Dental crowns can cap your teeth to prevent further damage and enhance your smile. With dental crowns, your damaged teeth will be safer, better… Read more »

Instructions for Dental Emergencies

Even if you keep up with your oral hygiene and visit at least twice a year for your routine checkups, accidents can happen. Knowing what to do in an emergency can mean the difference between saving and losing a tooth. Because of this, Dr. is happy to give tips for common dental emergencies. With any… Read more »

Cosmetic Dentistry Is Like Magic for the Holidays

Cosmetic dentistry is like magic for the holidays, No matter what extravagant gifts that are nestled under trees in boxes, packages, or bags, smiles still tend to bring out the most joy in many people’s hearts. Our fantastic team of dental experts at are here to ensure your smile lasts for as long as you do…. Read more »

The Signs of Teething

Teething can occur when your child is 10 weeks old up to four months old, which means you never really know when it can begin. So, to help you identify the signs of a teething baby, our team has provided the following list for you: -Drooling: Drooling is one of the most common symptoms of… Read more »