Simple Habits to Adopt That Can Help Prevent Oral Injuries

Many oral injuries and dental emergencies have serious consequences. Your dentist, Dr. , recommends making a few lifestyle changes that can help you prevent most common oral injuries. At the very least, being apprised of these things will help you be better prepared should a problem occur. You should actively work on breaking bad habits… Read more »

4 Ways to Have a Healthy Halloween

As Halloween quickly approaches, it’s important to keep your smile in mind. If you don’t, there is a chance tooth decay and other dental issues can attack your teeth and gums and alter your oral health. So, to help you keep your smile healthy this Halloween, our team recommends doing the following things: -Brush your… Read more »

A Few Facts On Tooth Anatomy

As you probably know, your teeth are extremely important to the health of your mouth, but did you know that they’re also very important to the health of your body? You also know that your teeth play an important role in chewing and speaking. But, do you know what your teeth are made up of… Read more »

Why Floss Really Helps

About 80% of American adults don’t floss, which is an alarmingly high number. While your dentist likely reminds you to floss regularly, many people just don’t. It does add a few minutes to your daily oral health regimen, but that time is negligible when you realize how much flossing benefits your overall health. Cleans where… Read more »

3 Ways to Prevent Gum Disease

Gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in America. While tooth loss has decreased steadily since 1970, it’s still a very serious issues. If you want to keep all of your teeth where they belong – inside your heard – and not have giant dental bills as a result of tooth replacement, then… Read more »

A Knocked-Out Tooth Can Be Completely Replaced with a Dental Bridge

It’s estimated by the American Dental Association that an average of three million teeth are knocked out each year during athletic activities. In most cases, pieces of the tooth still remain in the socket and they must be extracted to prevent pain and further complications. Once your gums have healed after the extraction, our team… Read more »

Keep Your Smile in Top-Notch Condition by Utilizing Preventive Dentistry

Preventive dentistry is a branch of dentistry that can help you keep your smile in top-notch condition. With the many treatments available, you can fight and prevent major dental issues, like tooth decay, gum disease, and more. Some treatments that fall under this branch of dentistry include: –Dental cleanings: Dental cleanings are vital because they… Read more »

We Can Restore Your Compromised Tooth by Installing a Crown

While advanced tooth decay is the most common reason why Dr. recommends installing a crown, there are other reasons that could come into play. If one of your teeth is deeply chipped, cracked, or fractured, the enamel layer could be so compromised that it would invite future complications if it is not adequately restored. A… Read more »

How Can Exercising Help My Oral Health?

Did you know that exercising can actually help you keep up your oral health? For example, exercising regularly can even decrease your risk of getting periodontal disease—which is commonly referred to as gum disease. Sadly, if unaddressed, gum disease can lead to a wide variety of problems. For instance, did you know that gum disease… Read more »

Are You Planning a Trip? If So, Pack an Oral Hygiene Kit

Oral hygiene is extremely important if you want a strong and successful oral health, which is why our team strongly recommends caring for and cleaning your smile each day, even while you are traveling. If you are planning a trip, it’s best to pack all of the oral hygiene products you need, including: Travel toothbrush:… Read more »