Invisalign Saves Smiles

Ofttimes, people associate orthodontic care with pre-teen and teenage years. But what if you missed out on braces during that time? Can you still get the straighter, healthier smile you’ve always wanted? The answer is a resounding “Yes!” You can get a healthier, straighter smile at any age. For a discreet, professional look while you… Read more »

Eating and Drinking for Better Tooth and Gum Health

The things you put in your mouth can affect not just your waistline but your teeth and gums as well. For better oral health, today we want to share some healthier choices for you to consider. Our team invites you to practice the following tips for better tooth and gum health: Your daily food choices… Read more »

Be on the Lookout for These Symptoms of Gum Disease

Gum disease is a concerning periodontal condition that can significantly impede your oral health if not addressed quickly. The disease results from complications of poor oral hygiene, skipping routine dental appointments, the use of tobacco products, and crooked teeth that are not easy to clean. Gum disease isn’t always easy to spot either and can… Read more »

A Fractured Tooth Might Need to Be Restored with a Dental Crown

Your tooth enamel is composed of a complex structure of microscopic mineral crystals. This is what gives your teeth the strength the need to bite and chewing food, as well to resist tooth decay. Unfortunately, your tooth enamel can be cracked or chipped by a trauma, grinding your teeth or chewing on ice, pens or… Read more »

You Can Breastfeed Your Baby and Still Keep Your Smile Safe

If you have had a baby and are nursing, congratulations! We want you to know that you can still keep your breastfed baby and your smile during this important time in your life. This means you don’t have to put off having dental work done until your baby is no longer nursing. Dental materials, such… Read more »

Treat Tooth Sensitivity By Exposing Your Smile to More Fluoride

The enamel in your tooth is comprised of microscopic mineral crystals that make the enamel extremely strong. However, they don’t protect the enamel from erosion caused by bacteria or acid in your food and drinks. If these substances remain on your teeth, the tooth enamel will undergo a process known as demineralization, in which microscopic… Read more »

Care for Your Smile

Caring for your smile can never be taken lightly. It is the difference between a poor smile and an amazing one. Even the smallest details can have enduring effects. Here are some questions you’ll want to ask yourself if you desire to have a better smile. – Do you brush your teeth twice and floss… Read more »

Let Your Dentist Know About Any Oral Cancer Risk Factors During Your Dental Checkup

Younger people sometimes dismiss oral and pharyngeal cancer as being a problem faced by the elderly population. While it is true that your chances of suffering oral cancer do increase with age, it can still occur in people under the age of 60. Genetics and certain lifestyle choices can increase your chances of suffering from… Read more »

Beautify Your Teeth With Veneers

Do you have smile flaws that make you embarrassed, or even ashamed of your smile? Dr. may recommend veneers in , , if you dream of a more beautiful, radiant smile. What Are Dental Veneers? A veneer is a thin piece of porcelain or ceramic that is placed on the front of a tooth to… Read more »

How We Use Lasers in Dental Procedures

Laser dentistry is a form of dentistry that has grown in popularity in recent years. Some projections put the use of lasers in dentist offices to at least six percent, and that amount continues to rise as doctors and patients alike are coming to appreciate the positive outcomes of laser dentistry. Read about how the… Read more »