First-Aid Will Be Needed While Seeking Emergency Care for a Knocked Out Tooth

A hard blow to the mouth from a slip and fall or an athletic injury can sometimes cause significant oral trauma. Beyond the bleeding and damage caused to soft oral tissues, these incidents can sometimes carry enough force to knock a tooth out of its socket. In a moment like this, you will likely need… Read more »

Visit Your Dentist About Dental Anxiety Treatments

When the time comes to receive the proper oral health care treatments, be sure to let your dentist know if you have any fears or concerns about any procedures you may need. If you’re worried about pain or have other worries associated with dental anxiety, numerous treatments can be given. It is important to speak… Read more »

Keep Cavities at Bay With the Help of Dental Sealants

Healthy smiles are achieved through your daily efforts–brushing, flossing, as well as routine dental visits for cleanings and exams. But it can still be challenging to prevent decay, particularly in the back of the mouth which is harder to clean properly. To protect those back teeth, the molars, you can enlist the help of dental… Read more »

A Dental Crown Can Treat a Chipped Tooth

A chipped tooth can often be a nuisance causing sensitivity or an uncomfortable change in surface texture. Yet some chipped teeth don’t cause any overt discomfort, and might even seem easily forgettable. If the chipped area of tooth enamel isn’t treated and repaired in a reasonable amount of time, bacterial deposits could start to collect… Read more »

Dental Sealants Can help Preserve the Health of Your Teeth for Up to Ten Years

Cavities can start out small, yet in a short amount of time they can turn out to be a big problem. If the tooth decay worsens to compromise a large amount of tooth enamel it could require invasive treatment and significant dental restorations. Most of the time your daily oral hygiene routine and your regular… Read more »

The Steps in Developing Dental Crowns

Tough chewing, chomping and grinding need to be endured by dental crowns, so these restorative treatments are made to be incredibly durable. When receiving a crown service, we make an impression of the teeth needing treatment. We then send it to an offsite location where the crown is formed in a professional lab. With a… Read more »

Take Care What & When You Drink to Care for Your Smile

We all want our teeth and gums to be healthy, right? Besides brushing and flossing your teeth every day, there are other things you can do and not do to enhance or maintain the health of your smile. Dr. and our team are more than happy to tell you some eating and drinking habits to… Read more »

Chronic Periodontal Health Problems Can Eventually Lead to the Loss of Multiple Teeth

Without professional diagnosis and remediation the mild form of periodontal disease, known as gingivitis, can gradually progress into a more serious health problem. As time goes by the bacterial inflammation and infection can cause your gums to recede from the base of your teeth. This severe gum infection, which is known as periodontitis, can cause… Read more »

Severely Compromised Teeth Might Need to Be Replaced with a Denture

Severe periodontal health problems and chronic tooth decay complications can leave you with a mouth full of missing or compromised teeth. In a situation like this, a dental implant restoration might not be a viable option. Should this prove to be the case, Dr. and the specialists at might recommend starting the process of providing… Read more »

Oral Health Care Procedures: Dental Crowns

If you have broken teeth, they can be saved with dental crowns. Dental crowns work by placing a hard tooth-like substance over a damaged tooth to not only conceal and protect the tooth from further harm above the gum line, but it can also provide an aesthetic enhancement for your smile. Teeth that may be… Read more »