The Steps to Expect When Restoring Your Smile With a Dental Implant

Are you curious to know the steps involved in dental implant treatment? If so, our dentist, Dr. , is more than happy to help you. The more you know about the treatment, the more prepared you can feel in the dental chair. So, when you’re restoring your smile with a dental implant, you can expect… Read more »

Address Orthodontic Issues With Invisalign®

Would you like to learn more about Invisalign® to determine if it is the right orthodontic treatment for your smile? Important advances in dentistry have enabled our team at to provide Invisalign® for patients who are interested in achieving oral alignment very discreetly and conveniently. We are pleased to offer you basic information on Invisalign… Read more »

Dentistry Highlights: Dental Floss

How would you rank your holiday season so far? We hope it’s merry and bright in every way. Similarly, how would you rank your oral health care season thus far this year? If for any reason you are slacking on your daily brushing and flossing tactics, just remember that you need to stay vigilant all… Read more »

Dental Restorations: Dental Damage Prevention

  If you are ready to take the necessary steps to optimum oral health, remember it is not an easy path that consists of many different aspects and avenues that must be confronted. Even if you had perfect oral health last year, it does not carry over, and you must continue to care for your… Read more »

A Dental Filling Might Be Needed to Treat an Area of Demineralized Tooth Enamel

If you aren’t consistently brushing your teeth each morning or night, or you fail to floss your teeth at least once each day, excess bacterial matter can cause a buildup of plaque acids. If this occurs on a frequent basis the acidic environment in your mouth can gradually start to demineralize your tooth enamel. If… Read more »

Help Your Child Quit a Bad Thumb Sucking Habit

It’s natural for young children to stick fingers and thumbs in their mouths, and while a thumb sucking habit generally doesn’t affect the dental health of an infant or toddler, vigorous thumb sucking, especially in an older child, can impact the development of their smile. You can take steps to help your child quit thumb… Read more »

Fluoride Toothpaste Helps Maintain Strong Tooth Enamel

Your daily oral hygiene routine needs to include brushing your teeth twice as well as flossing at least once each day. This is an important first step in preventing cavities, gum disease, and other oral health problems. When brushing your teeth the American Dental Association recommends using a soft-bristled toothbrush and apply a brand of… Read more »

Night Guards: Dental Mouth Guards

When most of our patients hear “mouth guard,” they think of the kind they wore during football and soccer. Oral mouth guards have a slightly more detailed purpose, and they’re slightly more advanced than the boil-and-bite kind. One kind of oral mouth guard is the night guard, which can stop nighttime teeth grinding and subsequently… Read more »

What Not to Do After Oral Surgery

If you’ve just had oral surgery, you need to recover properly. The recovery process is very important when it comes to restoring the oral health. So, make sure you follow your dentist, Dr. ’s, instructions. To help you properly recover, our dental team is happy to list the things you should NOT do after oral… Read more »

Supply Your Smile With the Healthy Building Blocks It Needs

Supplying your smile with the healthy building blocks it needs to thrive can help you create the smile of your dreams. Coupled with an excellent daily oral hygiene routine, a tooth-friendly diet will ensure healthier teeth (and gums). At , we recommend focusing on a nutrient-rich diet for our patients in , , to ensure better… Read more »