The Best Smiles are Possible with Fluoride Care

Did you know that studies have proven that fluoride, in small doses, can enhance your oral health by shielding your tooth enamel? It is possible because fluoride can target your enamel and provide an added layer of protection when working together with saliva in your mouth. The best smiles are possible with fluoride care. Facts… Read more »

Root Canal Therapy to Better Your Smile

Some myths circling root canals are that they can cause sickness, it’s better to get a full tooth replacement, or they are very painful. These ideas of root canals have been circling around for years without any official data proving them. Modern technology and advancements allow your dentist to make a root canal restoration without… Read more »

A Cosmetically Bonded Tooth Needs Daily Care and Cleaning

A cosmetic bonding treatment can restore the appearance of a tooth that has been chipped or suffered from a minor dental fracture. The bonding resin seals the damaged area before a cavity can develop. The material Dr. uses to repair the tooth enamel is very similar to a composite resin dental filling. During the cosmetic… Read more »

The Basics of Tooth Replacement Therapy

Tooth replacement therapy is best described as a method for replacing teeth with suitable alternatives that function as normal teeth can. With the choices available at your disposal for replacing teeth, it is important to speak with your dentist to determine which treatment is right for you. Listed below are some of the basics of… Read more »

Restore Broken and Damaged Teeth with Veneers and Crowns

Restore broken and damaged teeth with veneers and crowns. Did you know two of the most highly effective types of tooth restoration therapies for enhancing the look of your smile are dental crowns and dental veneers, as both treatments cap or conceal troublesome areas of your teeth, but in different ways? To learn more about… Read more »

The American Dental Association

Have you ever wondered what the American Dental Association, or the ADA, can do for you? Why is being part of the ADA important? If you have asked yourself these questions, you are not alone. That is why our team in , , is proud to offer you some basic information on the American Dental… Read more »

Common Questions About Tooth Replacement Therapy

Tooth replacement therapy comes in many forms. If you need to replace a lost or missing tooth, dental implants, dentures, and dental bridges are all effective treatments to restore your facial structure and fill in gaps left behind by missing teeth. Listed below are common questions about tooth replacement therapy: True or False: Dentures are… Read more »

Tooth Abscesses: The Facts

You might know that you should consider visiting a doctor if you have an infection. However, did you know that you should also consider visiting our dentist if you have an infection in your tooth? In fact, it’s very important that you visit us if you have an infection because your body won’t be able… Read more »

Dental Sealants Create a Protective Barrier to Prevent Occlusal Cavities

The occlusal surfaces, or biting surfaces, of molars and premolars in the back of your mouth are called upon to do a significant amount chewing and grinding the foods you eat. Many people have deep pits and fissures in the tooth enamel. This helps make the teeth more efficient for the task at hand. However,… Read more »

What You Should Know About Teeth Whitening for Sensitive Teeth

Do you have sensitive teeth? Would you like to whiten your pearly whites but worry that your sensitivity could make the experience painful? If so, please note that there are a number of treatment options you could still consider—and a few options you may want to stay away from. If you’re interested in whitening your… Read more »