Is Your Smile Safe from Oral Accidents?

Is your smile safe from oral accidents? Although there are many treatments out there for a variety of oral health abnormalities, it’s best to deal with any problematic situations before they even begin. However, in some cases, damage to your teeth and gums is done very quickly, so you must protect your mouth from any… Read more »

Options for Improving the Appearance of Your Teeth

Would you be surprised to hear that there are several things you can do to improve the appearance of your smile? Are you worried about a missing or cracked tooth? Are you hoping to improve the luster of one or more of your teeth? Fortunately, if you’re not happy with the appearance of your smile,… Read more »

What You Can Do to Get Rid of the Plaque on Your Teeth?

You may know that plaque is bad for your oral health. However, did you know that plaque will turn into tartar if it isn’t removed? This buildup of plaque and tartar is important to remove, but have you ever been told why? Do you know what these issues do to your smile? Plaque is a… Read more »

A Chipped Tooth Needs Treatment and Repair

Your tooth enamel has been designed to be strong enough to bite and chew your food. If a blow to the face or other oral accident fractures a tooth, it can lead to several complications. The damaged enamel can cause heightened sensitivity and can even trap food particles and plaque. This can cause a dangerous… Read more »

Important Tips for Safely Removing Something Stuck in Your Gums

It’s relatively common to get something stuck between your teeth. In most cases, it will work itself out on its own. There are also some rare occasions when something like a tough meat fiber, popcorn hull or seed can get uncomfortably and stubbornly stuck in your gumline. In a situation like this, your dentist, Dr…. Read more »

Onlay and Inlay Fillings Might Be Used to Repair Cavities on Molars and Premolars

The biting surfaces of molars and premolars often have deep pits and fissures in the tooth enamel. From a functional standpoint, this helps make the teeth more efficient at chewing and grinding tough foods. Unfortunately, these deeply textured areas can also trap food particles and bacteria, fostering the formation of tooth decay. With early detection,… Read more »

What Is the Process of Invisalign®?

If you’re curious about the process of Invisalign®, then our team is more than happy to help you! Invisalign is a successful orthodontic treatment that can move your teeth and help you achieve your ideal smile. It can do so in these three easy steps: Step 1: Dr. will begin treatment by taking a series… Read more »

Dental Checkup FAQs: The Answers You’re Looking For

Your dentist, Dr. , and our dental team care about you and your oral health, which is why we strongly encourage you to attend your dental checkups regularly. However, we understand that that might be a tough task if you don’t know much about them. So, to help you, our team has provided the answers… Read more »

What Are the Promises of an ADA Dentist?

Did you know dentists who are members of the American Dental Association make promises to make sure each patient has the best dental experience and oral health possible? Well, it’s true, and Dr. is one of those dentists. There are five promises that the ADA encourages dentists to make, and those promises are: No. 1:… Read more »

What You Can Do About Your Enamel Erosion

Did you know that the strongest muscle in your body is actually your tongue? Have you also heard that your mouth also contains the strongest substance in your body? As you may already know, this incredibly hard substance is your enamel–the outer, protective layer of your teeth. But even though enamel is extremely hard, it… Read more »