The Key to a Great Smile with Tooth Hazard Treatments

There are several tooth hazards present in our world that can easily destroy your teeth and gums. Because of the fact oral accidents and injuries can arise at any time, it is important to have a tooth hazard prevention plan in place to help protect your smile. Be aware that numerous tooth hazards in your… Read more »

Smile Upgrades: Enhanced Oral Health Care Treatments

If you have not already done so, it is important to make a checklist of your oral health care issues and ailments to help ensure your smile has the best chance of future success. Ask yourself what you could be doing to improve the health of your teeth and gums, and what substances or habits… Read more »

The Holiday Sweets That Are the Worst for Your Teeth

With the winter holidays approaching, you may be enjoying many delectable delights that satisfy your sweet tooth. While these goodies may add to the holiday spirit, sugar can be harmful to the teeth. When sugar is consumed by the bacteria that live in our mouths, the sugar is turned into cavity-causing acids. You should be… Read more »

Tips to Protect Your Teeth this Holiday

We all love the holiday time of year, and it’s certainly one of the most fun times of the year. Here are a few tips you can implement to make sure that your teeth are having fun too. If you have any additional inquiries or concerns about keeping your teeth healthy this season, be sure… Read more »

The Facts to Know About Dentures

Do you wish you knew more about dentures? If so, our dentist, Dr. , is more than happy to help you. Dentures are handy appliances that can replace your missing teeth, beautify your smile, and improve your oral health. They can help you in a myriad of ways. To tell you more about dentures in… Read more »

Why Floss?

To clean your teeth effectively, you need to brush and floss them. Brushing needs to be done twice a day, for two minutes each time to properly remove bacterial plaque and bits of food and oral debris. Flossing needs to be done between the teeth and around the gumline, to ensure that all tooth surfaces… Read more »

The Facts on Diabetes and Oral Health

Did you know that diabetes can radically change your dental health, both now and in the future? For a better understanding of the facts of diabetes and its effect on your oral health, here are some important facts: – Diabetes can generate a delayed recovery time with any oral ailments you may suffer. – Nearly… Read more »

Dental Care on the Road

If you plan on travelling in the near future, for business, for the holidays, or for a family vacation, don’t forget your dental care while you are visiting with family, seeing the sights, or getting ready for your presentation. If you are leaving on vacation, schedule an exam before you leave so that your dentist… Read more »

A Fluoride Treatment During Your Dental Checkup Can Help Prevent Future Cavities

The health of your teeth, gums, and other oral tissues can factor into your overall quality of life. To aid in this worthy effort the American Dental Association offers several recommendations and informational tools. This includes encouraging you to have a routine dental checkup performed every six months by a professional dentist like Dr. …. Read more »

Dental Issues For Older People

Believe it or not, getting older does not mean that you are going to lose your teeth. Your teeth are designed to last for your entire lifetime. However, as you age, your body changes and so does your mouth. As you get older, the nerves in your teeth get smaller, and because of that you… Read more »