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 »

Tooth Loss Resulting from Severe Tooth Decay Can Often Be Treated by a Dental Implant

Severe tooth decay poses a significant threat to the health and function of your teeth. Should it go untreated for too long, the bacteria could cause major fractures or even a dangerous infection in the root. As time goes on, it could result in the total loss of the tooth. To restore the tooth’s presence… Read more »

Avoid Common Pitfalls This Holiday Season

The holiday season brings with it colder weather and additional oral health risks. As fun as outdoor activities and savory sweets can be, they are a dual-edged sword and if we are not careful, they can trouble our teeth. Keeping our teeth and gums safe requires us to be aware of any dangers that can… Read more »

How to Treat Broken Teeth

Breaking a tooth is one of the most unpleasant oral health experiences you can have. And often, when it occurs, people don’t know how to properly treat their broken teeth. Whether it’s a small crack or a large fracture, our team here at in , , has the expertise to help you through the process…. Read more »

Fillings Are a Standard Treatment Option for Small Cavities

Tooth decay, commonly referred to as a cavity, can have a serious impact on the function of your mouth and your overall oral health. So long as the cavity is modest in size, your dentist, Dr. , can usually repair it with a dental filling in , . The material that recommends for the filling… Read more »

Why Bother with Cosmetic Dentistry?

If you have a smile you’re not completely satisfied with, you’ve probably thought about doing something to fix it. However, the other question you’ve considered is whether or not it’s worth the effort to get cosmetic dentistry work done on your teeth. Here at in , , we have the expertise to help you get… Read more »

A Knocked-Out Tooth Can Be Replaced by a Dental Implant

Having a tooth knocked out is almost always a traumatic event that requires immediate first aid and treatment. To aid in this endeavor, your dentist, Dr. , offers a few basic treatment considerations to improve your restoration options. One of the most effective methods for replacing the knocked-out tooth is to install a dental implant…. Read more »

There Are Several Options for Repairing a Chipped Tooth

A single chipped tooth needs care and repair to prevent tooth decay from forming in the chipped tooth enamel. This can often be accomplished by having your dentist apply a single filling. However, there are some instances where multiple teeth can get chipped. This might be a result of grinding your teeth or an accidental… Read more »

If You Are Missing Multiple Teeth, You Might Be a Good Candidate for a Custom Partial Denture

It’s not uncommon for a hard blow to the face to damage or knock out multiple teeth in one area of your mouth. At the same time, multiple teeth suffering from advanced tooth decay can also be lost, which makes it hard to restore the smile with a dental bridge. In a case like this,… Read more »