Preventive Dentistry: How to Fight Plaque

The best way to prevent tooth decay and gum disease is to fight plaque every chance you get. Plaque is a white, sticky substance that clings to your teeth and threatens your smile, and it’s very important to do all you can to clean this substance off your pearly whites each day. To help you… Read more »

Anchoring a New Bridge with Dental Implants

Dental implants have been an oral treatment option for over twenty years. Initially they were used to replace a single lost tooth. As industry techniques and technology have continued to advance, they have started to come into use for a variety of other applications. Now they are also an effective option for anchoring a bridge…. Read more »

Being Fitted for Your New Set of Dentures

Severe tooth decay on multiple teeth and advanced gum disease can seriously compromise the full function of your mouth. This can have a negative impact on your ability to chew your food, as well as speak clearly. For some people the most effective way to restore the full function of their mouth is to be… Read more »

Tips for a Speedy Recovery after having Multiple Teeth Extracted

It’s not uncommon for someone being fitted for a partial or a custom set of dentures to need to have multiple teeth extracted. While the teeth might still be someone sound in the mouth, they are simply in the way of more effective oral appliances. The extraction procedure is performed on an outpatient basis and… Read more »

3 Reasons to Choose Dental Veneers

There are many reasons to strive for a perfect smile. Most common reasons include better self-esteem, concealing flaws in smile, and some people just long for a change. However, no matter what your reasons are for dreaming of a flawless smile, here at , we offer dental veneers as a way of making your dream… Read more »

What Happens During a Root Canal?

A root canal, also known as endodontic therapy, is a procedure for repairing or replacing the root of a tooth that has been damaged or become infected. Before the procedure your dentist might take a series of X-rays to help determine the extent of the decay. This also helps spot things like an infection or… Read more »

Dealing with Bad Breath

Do you worry about bad breath? Do you know what you can do to counter this problem? Sadly, everyone will have to deal with bad breath from time to time, but there are things you can do to prevent or to hold off bad breath. However, please note that if you are struggling with bad… Read more »

5 Signs You Have Gum Disease

The fall season is upon us bringing the excitement of treats and feasts in its wake. However, even with the joys this fall season has to bring it’s easy to let periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, sneak in. Gum disease is caused by germs and bacteria from the plaque in your mouth and… Read more »

Eating Once Root Canal Therapy is Done

You’ve just had root canal therapy—or maybe you’re about to—and you wonder what you can eat. Of course, we expect your dentist to give you specified advice, but there are a few things you should know. For instance, did you know that root canals are mostly painless now? Of course root canals can only be… Read more »

How Important is Brushing Your Tongue?

Have you started to brush your tongue every time you brush your teeth? Were you told that brushing your tongue is an important part of preserving your oral health? Did you know that these claims aren’t actually true? Cleaning your tongue isn’t actually necessary, especially if you brush your teeth twice a day for two… Read more »