Your New Bridge as Part of your Oral Hygiene Routine

Your new bridge replaces several lost teeth, restoring the appearance and full function of your mouth, While the bridge is made from artificial materials that will not suffer tooth decay, it will still need to be cleaned as part of your oral hygiene routine. Periodontitis, more commonly known as gum disease can still impact your… Read more »

Keep Your Mouth Healthy By Chewing Sugar-Free Gum

There are many steps you need to take to maintain the health of your mouth, such as brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing them once a day, and visiting the dentist every six months. However, there are additional steps you can take that further improve your oral health, such as rinsing with a mouthwash,… Read more »

How to Prepare Yourself for an Extraction

Tooth extraction is a serious dental treatment that is needed if you have a severely decayed, infected, or injured tooth. By extracting the tooth, your oral health will be greatly improved and the other teeth in your smile will not be vulnerable to the same problem. If you are waiting to extract your tooth, Dr…. Read more »

Night Guards Preserve your Mouth from the Damage Caused by Night Grinding

Some adults grind their teeth at night due to stress or allergy issues. Chronic night grinding can cause a number of different problems including chips and fracture in teeth and alignment issues. It can even harm the muscles in your jaw. The cost to repair these teeth can sometimes be expensive. Some adults will find… Read more »

Dental Teeth Bleaching Is the Most Effective Way to Whitening Teeth

Would you like a bright white smile? Are you looking for a way to deal with teeth that suffer from moderate to deep staining and you haven’t been satisfied with teeth whitening toothpaste, whitening strips and bleaching gel? Your regular dental checkup and cleaning usually includes a tooth polishing procedure as part of the cleaning…. Read more »

The Two Types of Mouthwash

Thanksgiving is around the corner with food and treats at our fingertips. During the holidays, it’s easy to let oral hygiene slide with so much to feast on this season. This year, keep up with your oral care and try mouthwash for your extra oral needs. There are many reasons to include a mouthwash in… Read more »

The Truth About Gum Disease

Do you feel like your gums bleed easily and look a little strange? If so, talk to your dentist because you may have an infection or disease that can lead to tooth loss. Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is not always painful but it’s still a serious condition. In fact, many people are… Read more »

Caring For A Dental Space Maintainer

A child’s baby teeth will fall out naturally, but if they fall out too soon, then the neighboring baby teeth may shift into the gap. This causes problems because when the permanent teeth erupt, their space is blocked, resulting in crooked and crowded teeth. In order to prevent these problems from happening, your child may… Read more »

Do Veneers Need to Be Replaced?

As you may know, dental veneers are thin shells designed to erase small gaps, brighten teeth, and to enhance the appearance of smiles in general. If you would like to enhance the appearance of your smile, we recommend dental veneers: if you’ve already had veneers, we hope you are enjoying your smile. But, whether you… Read more »

When to Consider Wisdom Teeth Extraction

It is important to visit a dentist to check on your wisdom teeth—after all, nearly 85% of all wisdom teeth need to be removed eventually—to prevent future damage. But, do you know specifically why wisdom teeth are removed? To help you, we are happy to list a few reasons. Pain can often be the first… Read more »