H2O and Your Smile

Alright, listen very carefully. Set down the soft drink, back away slowly… to the sink. Okay, so maybe that sounded a little dramatic, but when it comes to your teeth, the best thing you drink is water. Coffee and tea can darken your smile. Soft drinks, sports drinks and energy drinks are often loaded with… Read more »

Does Soda Hurt Your Teeth?

These days, it seems like just about everything we grew up eating is bad for us in one way or another. Or, some things we thought were bad are now seen as good. But there is one constant among the changing effects diets have on our health – soda isn’t good for your teeth. It’s… Read more »

Bad Teeth Brushing Habits

We all know how important it is to brush teeth twice every day, once in the morning and once in the evening. However, many people are not aware of the bad teeth brushing habits that they may be guilty of. Dr. and our team have put together this list of bad brushing habits to break… Read more »

Some Hacks for Flossing

Flossing is very important. In fact, it helps you have a strong and healthy smile and it even helps you avoid major dental issues, like cavities and periodontal disease. It’s best to have a top-notch flossing routine so you can properly clean and care for your teeth and gums. To help you do so, our… Read more »

Partial Dentures Can Help Restore Your Smile

At our office, we offer partial dentures for our clients in , wanting to replace their missing teeth. Our partial dentures have helped patients with missing teeth who still have some natural teeth in their upper or lower jaw to chew and speak with ease again. In a nutshell, partial dentures are replacement teeth. They… Read more »

Detect Oral Cancer Early With Routine Dental Visits

Your routine dental checkup serves a very important role in maintaining a lifetime of excellent oral health. After our dental team meticulous cleans and polishes your smile to remove staining and plaque, our dentist will examine the oral tissues and teeth to screen for early signs of oral problems, including the presence of oral or… Read more »

Seal Off Your Molars From Bacteria

Many people find that the biting surfaces of their back teeth possess deeply textured areas within the enamel. While this is normal, it can be a health concern if brushing routinely fails to remove food particles and plaque from this area, keeping bacteria trapped and eventually leading to tooth decay. The cavities that result from… Read more »

What to Expect When Getting a Root Canal

The intended outcome of a root canal is to repair a seriously infected tooth as opposed to complete removal. Treatment is done by removing the infected pulp of the tooth, disinfecting it, and then filling it full of a rubber-like material and sealing it up. Normally, the villain of a root canal is a bacterial… Read more »

Understanding Dental Facts on Aging and Dental Health

Never be afraid of seeking out new and exciting ways to improve your dental health as you age. Even though your teeth may begin to wear down and your jawbone may start to weaken and deteriorate, as long as you practice effective oral health care and hygiene routines and maintain a healthy smile, your oral… Read more »

Stopping Baby Bottle Tooth Decay Before It Takes Root

Avoiding baby bottle tooth decay is the greatest course of action and straightforward. Helping your child practice great dental hygiene habits is the number one thing you can do to assist them to foil baby bottle tooth decay’s development. Help your child as they brush their pearly whites in the morning and at night, and… Read more »