How Routine Dental Checkups Help Your Smile in the Long Run

When you come in for dental exams and we have cleaned your teeth and gum line and removed any hardened plaque, our dentist can look at them for any signs of trouble, such as cavities, loose or broken teeth, damaged fillings, and evaluate your risk rate of certain diseases which... Read more »

Athletic Mouth Guard Types to Protect Your Smile

Contact sports, though very fun to play, can put your smile at risk if you aren’t wearing a proper safety appliance. You can develop a cracked tooth or receive tooth loss if you receive an unexpected blow to the head during a game. If you are involved in sports, it’s... Read more »

Night Guards: Protecting Your Smile While You Dream

Do you experience discomfort in your jaw when you wake up in the mornings? Are some teeth sensitive or loose? If so, this may be from clenching your jaw muscles for long periods of time, a condition known as bruxism. The good news is that you aren’t alone as many... Read more »

Provide Your Smile Extra Support With Dental Veneers

When you're ready to improve your smile, you may want to set forth an effective plan that includes enhancing the look of your teeth and gums. One of the best ways to improve your smile is with a tooth restoration treatment, such as dental veneers. Dental veneers are designed to... Read more »

Can Pregnancy Impact Your Gums?

Is your baby bump growing as you anticipate your new little baby? A new baby will certainly bring some big changes into your life, but were you aware that pregnancy could affect your dental health? As your body is subjected to constant hormonal changes, these changes could elevate your risk... Read more »

The Most Common Question Parents Ask Their Dentist

A common question that we get from new parents is what they should start doing to prepare and care for their child's teeth. It is an important question that every new mother and father should know the answer to. Of course, initially there are no teeth to clean, only healthy... Read more »

Keep a Dental Crown for Years With Proper Care

If you have a tooth that has been affected by infection, oral trauma, or a dental injury, our dentist may repair the tooth and restore its function with a dental crown. Dental crowns can last for several years if they are treated with proper care as you would a real... Read more »

What Purpose Do Dental Sealants Serve?

Have you heard of dental sealants? If you are concerned about protecting your back teeth from harmful acids and cavities, dental sealants may be just what you need. We are pleased to offer dental sealants, as well as provide further information on what they can do for your smile. In... Read more »

Do Your Teeth Need to Be Protected With a Night Guard?

For many patients, teeth grinding is a true dental problem. More formally known as bruxism, teeth grinding or clenching can wear down your teeth and cause fissures, as well as make you develop significant earaches and headaches during sleep, leaving you feeling ill and uncomfortable when you wake up in... Read more »

When Is the Best Time to Consume Sugar When It Comes to Your Smile?

According to Scientific American, our ancestors used sweet or fatty foods as rare treats, and since food wasn't always plentiful, they were also needed to survive when they became available. But in today's world where food is often available around the clock, following this instinct in our brain that boosts... Read more »