A Porcelain Dental Bridge Can Mimic the Appearance of a Missing Tooth

Each of your teeth plays an essential role in your basic oral function, based on its shape and location in your mouth. The teeth in the front of your mouth also play a role that extends beyond the simple ability to bite off pieces of food. They are also involved in making certain spoken syllables… Read more »

The Answers to Commonly Asked Questions About Oral Hygiene

Many people have questions about oral hygiene, which leads to improper and ineffective oral hygiene routines. This can result in tooth and gum damage and even dental issues. So, if you have questions about oral hygiene, then our dentist, Dr. , would like to help you find the answers. To do so, will provide the… Read more »

Dental Veneers: Are They for You?

Do some of your teeth have slight blemishes? Do your teeth have chips, discolorations or are they a little misshaped? If you are searching for a way to enhance your smile without lengthy treatments, you may want to consider dental veneers. Veneers are thin shells that are crafted from either porcelain or a mixture of… Read more »

Educate Yourself About Halitosis

Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is an oral health condition in which foul odors emanate from your mouth. Although it stands to believe that all forms of bad breath would simply arise from your mouth, the truth is it could be linked to an underlying health condition. Thus, it is important to make sure… Read more »

Aging and Your Smile

Did you know that as you age some of your dental health needs may change? Are you trying to find ways to maintain your oral health during this new season of your life? We would like to assist you by identifying some common concerns found in adults ages 55 and above and what can be… Read more »

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 »