Why Should I Brush My Teeth?

If you ever wonder why our , Dr. , strongly encourages you to brush your teeth twice every day, then our dental team is more than happy to help you better understand the reasoning. The more you know, the better chance you have of making brushing a top priority. Brushing can do many things for… Read more »

Tips to Make Your Dentures Last Longer

We are pleased to offer complete dentures at our office as an effective method to restore your oral function following significant tooth loss. To ensure your dentures serve you as well as possible, we offer tips to help maintain their structure and grip. The original design of your dentures enable them to remain secured to… Read more »

Discussing Dentistry: Oral Health Care

How would you assess your oral health care in terms of its effectiveness? If you notice that your teeth and gums are not in the condition they should be in, or if your jaw and face tend to suffer from damage due to outside problems, various treatments and techniques may need to be employed to… Read more »

You Should Always Consult With Your Dentist Before Using a New Tooth Whitening Product

Dental stains that appear on the front teeth are an all too common a problem suffered by millions of Americans each year. They are most often linked with the frequent consumption of dark beverages and certain foods like chocolate and dark berries. However, the natural processes of aging and even occasional tobacco use can also… Read more »

Why You Should Prevent Plaque and Tartar Buildup

It’s important to protect your smile from the dangerous risks of plaque and tartar, and we can help you know which steps to take to prevent the development of these harmful substances. Plaque and tartar can lead to many kinds of oral health problems that put your smile in jeopardy. We offer some reasons why… Read more »

A Primary Tooth with a Cavity Might Need a Dental Crown

While the primary teeth are meant to be lost as your child ages, tooth decay in these teeth can still affect your child’s oral development. A lost primary tooth can lead to possible orthodontic complications with the alignment of your son or daughter’s permanent teeth. If your child has been complaining about tooth discomfort, you… Read more »

A Primer for TMJ Disorder

TMJ is short for Temporormandibular joint disorder. This is an issue with the joint that connects the jawbone to the skull and may be caused or aggravated by excessive clenching of the jaw and grinding of the teeth. Gone undiagnosed, the disorder causes pain in the joint of the jaw and soreness in the muscles… Read more »

The Benefits of a Dental Cleaning

Do you ever wonder why it’s important to get a dental cleaning every six months? If so, our dentist, Dr. , is more than happy to tell you why! Dental cleanings can benefit you, your smile, and your oral health in many ways. In fact, a cleaning can: -Help you prevent dental issues: This is… Read more »

Mouthwash Aids Brushing and Flossing

A daily mouth washing routine is wise for your oral hygiene. While there is no better habit to get into than brushing and flossing, including a mouthwash to your morning ritual is a welcome addition. The assault on tooth decay is all about getting into those cracks and tight spaces, but reaching the problem places… Read more »

Shed Some Light on Halitosis Prevention

  Keeping your mouth clean and strong requires the necessary treatments to ensure that bad breath cannot stay in your mouth. It is important to understand what is causing it. Bad breath could be caused by infections, medications you’re taking, plaque buildup, foods you’re eating, lack of oral hygiene, and other unhealthy habits in your… Read more »