The Habits That Can Wreck Your Child’s Teeth and Gums

Sometimes our habits get the best of us—and our teeth—and it’s the same for our children. Although this is the case for many, it’s still important to help your child keep their smile in tip-top shape so their teeth can last a lifetime. Today, your dentist, Dr. , would like to talk about the many… Read more »

The Facts of Oral Hygiene: Teething

Teething is a natural a process as having teeth themselves is. Teeth tend to break the surface of the gums at a certain age, typically beginning around 6 months of age. However, the process can often be painful and cause discomfort in children, particularly infants. This process is known as teething. Some common techniques to… Read more »

How Can I Get the Most Out of My Six-Month Checkup?

If you have a six-month checkup quickly approaching, Dr. and our dental team have some tips that can help you get the most out of your appointment. That way you can have a positive as well as efficient dental experience when you come to . First, we recommend bringing a list of questions and oral… Read more »

The Basics of Cosmetic Dentistry

Do you know the basics of cosmetic dentistry? If not, then we have good news for you! If you feel self-conscious about your smile, then cosmetic dentistry might be a great option for you! Here at in , , we care about your smile and want you to feel confident, which is why we are… Read more »

A Lip Injury Might Require First-Aid Measures

Most of the time biting your lip while eating a meal causes a jolt of discomfort but rarely results in significant oral trauma. However, there are other times when something like a sports injury can cause more significant lip trauma. In a situation like this, applying some simple first-aid measures can help minimize complications while… Read more »

Bridgework Is Often Called for in Restoration Dentistry

Tooth loss can lead to several different complications in your oral health and function. While you will certainly experience a decreased ability to chew and potentially suffer changes in your smile’s appearance, tooth loss can also have a long-term effect. The structural void created can cause the nearby teeth to gradually drift out of their… Read more »

If Flossing with Thread Is a Struggle, Switch to a Water Flosser

If flossing with thread is a struggle, switch to a water flosser. Typically, water flossers are used when traditional thread becomes too hard due to muscle disorders, a physical accident, orthodontic braces are being worn, or simply old age. No matter what reason you need to switch to a water flosser, they will impress and… Read more »

Are You Looking for a Dental Crown Enhancement to Improve Your Smile?

Are you looking for a dental crown enhancement to improve your smile? A dental crown is a tooth restoration procedure that can save a tooth from extraction by preventing further damage from occurring by binding a cap directly on top of the selected tooth completely concealing it in the process. Dental crowns can also upgrade… Read more »

Gum Disease: Signs & Risks

Gum disease attacks the gums and tissues that surround and support the teeth. This infection is a major cause of tooth loss in adults. Gum disease is caused by plaque, the sticky bacteria that form on the teeth. Gum disease is usually painless, so you may not know that you have it. However, there are… Read more »

How to Make Your Child’s Dental Visit Easier for You and Your Child

Our dental team wants your child to have the best dental experience possible. This means we need to work together to help your child feel comfortable in the dental chair. So, to help you help your child, we have some tips and recommendations for you that can help your child have a more successful dental… Read more »