Replace Tooth Decay With a Tooth-Colored Dental Filling

A composite dental filling is a tooth-colored filling that is custom matched to the hue of your natural smile. Clever custom crafting allows composites to be blended seamlessly to just about any type of tooth color. Tooth-colored dental fillings have become a popular cosmetic choice for cavity treatment thanks to their many benefits, such as:… Read more »

Replace a Cracked Tooth With a Dental Bridge

Your teeth are protected by a very hard layer of tooth enamel, but accidents such as a hard fall, facial blow, or sports could crack a tooth, especially if you are involved in a contact sport. An extremely cracked tooth may not be able to be saved, in which case it can be removed and… Read more »

Dental Fears and Five Best Ways to Help You Relax

We want you to be as comfortable as possible at our dental practice, and that is why we have included our five best tips to help you relax the next time you visit us. They include: – Letting the dentist know your fears. We don’t want you to feel embarrassed or otherwise bad for feeling… Read more »

Important Dental Insight on Cosmetic Dentistry

If you’re looking for the best possible oral health care restoration you can receive to drastically enhance the look of your smile, look no further than cosmetic dentistry. Cosmetic dentistry procedures exist to upgrade the look of your teeth for a smile makeover that is sure to impress. No matter your oral health care level,… Read more »

A Tooth That Required Extraction Can Sometimes Be Replaced by a Dental Bridge

Sometimes a tooth is so severely compromised by an untreated cavity or dental trauma, that even a highly trained and experienced dentist cannot save it with conventional treatment. If we feel that a root canal is not a viable treatment method, our team might recommend a total extraction, as a last resort to alleviate pain… Read more »

End of the Year Discussions about the Causes of Halitosis

Did you know that bad breath is an oral health condition that results in foul odors emanating from your mouth? This process is known as halitosis, and can frequently occur and linger long after treating it, often due to potential underlying problems and conditions. If you do suffer from bad breath, it is important to… Read more »

A Routine Dental Checkup Is Essential for Preserving a Healthy Mouth

Unfortunately, brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing at least once simply isn’t enough to prevent dental and oral health conditions throughout the course of your life. This is why the American Dental Association recommends having a dentist perform a routine dental checkup, every six months. At the dental offices of in , ,… Read more »

Chew Gum for Increased Saliva Production

Studies show that chewing sugar-free gum for 20 minutes after you eat can help prevent cavities. The key to chewing gum’s efficacy is a actually the body’s first natural defense against oral emergencies: saliva production. It is not the gum itself that fights cavities. Rather, the act of chewing the gum increases saliva production. Saliva… Read more »

Prevent Enamel Erosion and Cavities by Doing These Things

Enamel erosion and cavities are two dental issues that go hand in hand. If you’re not careful, they can harm your smile and alter your oral health. This is why it’s important to prevent these issues as much as possible. To help you do so, our dentist, Dr. , has some tips and instructions for… Read more »

Bruxism Damages Teeth

Do you snore or grind your teeth loudly while you sleep? If so, you may have bruxism. Bruxism is a disorder in which you heavily grind your teeth while you sleep, and it can cause many problems. Unfortunately, most of us aren’t aware of the grinding because we are, well, asleep. This can be frustrating… Read more »