Your New Partial Denture Needs to Be Included in Your Daily Oral Hygiene Practices

Even though your partial denture will not be susceptible to bacterial tooth decay, it will still need to be included in your daily oral hygiene routine. This will help extend the life of the removable dental appliance while also maintaining healthy gums and the health of the surrounding teeth.   Many people with a partial… Read more »

Reinstate Your Smile With a Dental Implant

Even though permanent teeth are supposed to last a lifetime, a tooth may be lost to severe decay, injury, gum disease, or another issue. Obviously, this isn’t ideal, but it doesn’t have to be the end of your smile. If you lose a tooth, Dr. may recommend a dental restoration like a dental implant. Our… Read more »

Keys to Preventing Toothaches

If you are suffering from a toothache, it means that the nerve endings within the pulp of a tooth have been damaged. Although many of the causes may not be visible to the naked eye, most toothaches come from nerve damage. If you suffer from any of the following, schedule a visit with your damage… Read more »

What Is Mouthwash Used For?

What is mouthwash used for? Mouthwash is a type of dental cleaner that carries a wide variety of oral health benefits. Depending on your smile’s needs, choose a mouthwash that can safely and effectively help make your smile shine and give you the oral health care you wish to have. Be careful about which products… Read more »

The Benefits of Sugarless Chewing Gum on Your Smile

What are the benefits of sugarless chewing gum on your smile? Although most forms of gum are similar, some have added ingredients that may help with whitening your teeth or freshening your breath. However, it is best to avoid chewing gum that has sugar, as sugars are known to contribute to dental erosion. Chewing sugarless… Read more »

Make Sure You Have These Oral Hygiene Items While Traveling

Oral hygiene is vital, even when traveling. Many people believe vacations are breaks from life, which means vacations are breaks from cleaning their smile. But that is not true. It’s extremely important to clean your teeth and gums every single day. So, to help you take good care of your smile while you’re on your… Read more »

A Distressed Temporary Crown Needs Professional Care

Dental crown restorations performed at our dental office typically has two distinction phases of treatment. During your first appointment, Dr. will remove the enamel layer of the tooth. This leaves behind a dentin pillar that is called an abutment that will eventually anchor the new crown in your mouth. Our team will then create an… Read more »

Replacing a Missing Tooth with a Dental Implant Can Prevent Further Complications

When a tooth in your mouth is lost, it can lead to several different complications beyond chewing inefficiency. Depending on the tooth’s location, it could affect your outward appearance and even alter the clarity of your speech. With the passage of time, the structural void could also cause the neighboring teeth to alter their positions…. Read more »

Don’t Let Missing Teeth Keep Your Smile Away

If your missing teeth are preventing you from feeling self-assured when you smile, take heart, there is help! If your confidence is currently suffering because you are missing teeth, our dental team can help you bring back your smile. By using dental implants, Dr. in , , can effectively restore the full function and appearance… Read more »

Having a Fluoride Treatment During Your Dental Checkup Can Help Prevent Future Cavities

The American Dental Association recommends attending a routine dental checkup and cleaning every six months. Our dental checkups are designed to address all the aspects of maintaining a good oral health. This includes a thorough cleaning treatment, a dental exam, as well as a screening for oral and pharyngeal cancer. The dental exam portion of… Read more »