A Knocked-Out Tooth Requires Quality First Aid and Treatment

It’s estimated by the American Association of Endodontists that nearly five million teeth are knocked out each year as a result of athletic activities or household accidents. To help provide you with quality first aid in a time like this, your dentist offers these simple tips. If there are blood or debris in your mouth,… Read more »

There Are Several Methods for Restoring a Chipped Tooth

As hard as your tooth enamel is, there are rare situations where an accidental fall or blow to the face can carry enough force to actually chip one or two teeth. This is even more likely if you grind your teeth at night on a frequent basis, or have a bad habit of nibbling on… Read more »

Restoration Dentistry Can Now Use Dental Implants to Restore Multiple Missing Teeth with a Bridge

When dental implants first appeared on the oral health care scene they were primarily used to replace a single missing tooth. Over the course of the last twenty dental implant technology has continued to evolve. Now dental implants can be used to mount a bridge to restore an area of your mouth where you have… Read more »

You Can Improve Your Tooth Enamel

Your tooth enamel is designed to protect the internal structures of your teeth, while also giving you the ability to bite off, chew and grind tough foods. It gets its amazing strength from densely packed microscopic mineral crystals. The density of these mineral crystals helps to prevent the bacteria in your mouth from forming cavities…. Read more »

3 Easy Ways to Improve your Oral Health

Brushing, flossing, and the use of mouthwash are basic things that we all (hopefully) do every day. Those simple acts do a lot to keep mouths healthy – but there are some things you can also do that are just as easy to improve your oral health. Better oral health is imperative to your overall… Read more »

Signs and Symptoms of Bruxism

Are you frequently waking up to sore jaw or to headaches? Do you suffer with sensitive teeth and earaches throughout the day? Sadly, these could all be symptoms of bruxism, which is also commonly known as teeth grinding. This can be a serious problem that should be addressed by a professional as quickly as possible…. Read more »

Is Your Baby Teething? We Can Help!

How do you know if your baby is actually teething? What signs should you watch for? If your baby is teething, what can you do for your little one? How can you, as their parent and guardian, help them with this painful process? Here are a few ideas on how help your baby through teething…. Read more »

Installing a Crown to Restore a Tooth

Your tooth enamel is very durable and strong. However, it’s still not unheard of for an accident a hard fall or a blow to crack or severely the enamel layer of one or more teeth. If a cracked tooth includes a sharp pain or dull ache, it probably means the crack extends into the interior… Read more »

How to Care for Your Smile When You Have an Eating Disorder

If you have an eating disorder, our team and dentist, Dr. , ask you to receive help as soon as possible. Eating disorders in , , are serious problems that can cause major damage to your health. Until you receive the help you deserve, our team asks you to take good care of your smile…. Read more »

History of the Tooth Fairy

The Tooth Fairy is a much beloved legend. We all have fond memories of leaving each lost tooth under the pillow for the Tooth Fairy to find. But where did the Tooth Fairy originate? The legend of the Tooth Fairy has evolved and changed over time. However, legends and traditions surrounding losing baby teeth go… Read more »