Dental Bonding: The Facts You Should Know

If you would like to improve the appearance of your teeth to enhance your smile, then dental bonding might be the treatment you’re looking for. Our dentist, Dr. , is thrilled to offer dental bonding in , , to help patients like you achieve their smile goals. To help you know all about the treatment,… Read more »

A Heads Up on the Tooth Extraction Process

Even if you care well for your teeth, you could experience an injury or oral trauma that damages a tooth to the point that it needs to be removed. Reasons to have a tooth removed include a bad accident, advanced oral infection, unsuccessful root canal procedure, an impacted wisdom tooth or overcrowded teeth that need… Read more »

Understanding Dental Facts on Dental Bonding

  Dental damage in the form of oral accidents or injuries can be quite common. However even if you suffer some sort of blow to the face or physical trauma, it does not mean that your teeth are damaged and will need to be extracted. As long as bacteria has not yet entered a tooth… Read more »

Do You Know Which Toothpaste Is Right For Your Smile?

The combination of toothpaste and a dentist-approved toothbrush provides a sufficient cleaning force for your smile. If you are unfamiliar with the many toothpaste options, it may seem like choosing an abrasive toothpaste and scouring your teeth is the proper technique. However, when choosing the right toothpaste for your smile, there are many important factors… Read more »

Defeat Cavities With Dental Fillings

A dental cavity is a hole that forms when the tooth enamel becomes damaged. If the cavity goes untreated and develops beyond the tooth enamel into the inner chamber, it can infect the pulp and lead to tooth loss. You can stop a cavity in its tracks by receiving a dental filling from Dr. …. Read more »

Fluoride Treatments and Your Tooth Enamel

Your tooth enamel is an amazing defense against bacteria. But bacteria can be strong attackers. This wonderful mineral can repair your dental armor so it is better equipped against bacteria. There are two main methods for exposing your teeth to fluoride: systematic fluoride and topical fluoride. Systematic fluoride refers to the kinds of fluoride that… Read more »

Got Denture Questions? We’re Happy to Help

If you want to improve your oral health and enhance your smile with dentures but you’re hesitant because you have questions, our dental team is happy to help you. We understand that dentures can seem a bit complex if you don’t know much about them. However, they’re actually simpler than you might think. To give… Read more »

Preparing Your Smile for Bruxism Treatments

Are you aware that your smile may be suffering from a bruxism disorder that could go undetected for years? Your teeth can suffer severe harm at the hands of a bruxism disorder long before it is even known. Bruxism is an oral health condition that causes a person to grind, gnash, and gnaw their teeth… Read more »

If You Have a Crown Fall Out, You Need to Seek Timely Dental Care

Dental crowns are secured onto their anchor abutment with a strong dental cement. However, there are times when an accidental blow to the face or poor oral hygiene habits can weaken this connection. When this happens your dental crown could fall out. In a situation like this, you need to call as soon as possible… Read more »

Small Dental Cavities Can Often Be Treated with a Standard Dental Filling

If you are inconsistent with you daily oral hygiene regimen or you have a bad habit of putting off your checkups, you are at an increased risk of getting a cavity. Once this happens you might feel a change in texture, color or increasing sensitivity in the tooth. If diagnosed early, Dr. might be able… Read more »