Healthy Lifestyle Choices Can Help Your Smile

Our dentist, Dr. , wants you to have the best, healthiest and strongest smile possible, which is why strongly encourages you to keep up on oral hygiene and attend your dental checkups regularly. Another thing encourages you to do is have a healthy lifestyle. This means you should exercise regularly and have a healthy and… Read more »

The Advantages of Dental Crowns

If you require the use of a dental crown, speak with our office about the various uses that can be achieved with a dental crown. Dental crowns can be customized to your exact dental profile and can be modified to cover up several different types of dental damage. Even if you only wish to cover… Read more »

Get a Screening for Oral Cancer

Are you one of the many people who avoid the dentist as much as possible? If so, you could be placing yourself in danger. For example, did you know with every dental checkup, an oral cancer screening is provided? Yes, it’s true! Catching cancer early can help you overcome it in the long run. Our… Read more »

Dentistry in Motion: Chewing Gum

Did you know that chewing gum can provide additional benefits for your oral health care? It’s true because sugarless chewing gum has been shown to help eradicate cavities. In fact, studies have shown that by chewing sugarless gum for a period of up to 20 minutes after meals, your mouth can effectively help prevent cavities…. Read more »

Don’t Shy Away From Root Canal Treatment

Root canal treatment is a method of endodontic therapy performed to address an infection in the dental pulp and nerves. Many patients are fearful of receiving root canals–some to the point that they will avoid root canal treatment completely, increasing their risk of tooth loss. If you are hesitant to undergo a root canal despite… Read more »

Floss For Better Oral Health

Flossing should be a lifelong companion to brushing. Brushing and flossing serve the same purpose in that they remove plaque and food particles. However, flossing removes them from places your brush cannot reach–the spaces between your teeth. There are bacteria which live in your mouth. They eat sugars, then produce an acid byproduct that eats… Read more »

The Progression of Dentistry

The earliest known evidence of dental work goes back as far as 12,000 BC. Archeologists have found an ancient infected tooth which contains remnants of a dental cleaning with flint tools. The first written text we know that mentions dentistry, however, is dated thousands of years later in 5000 BC. This Sumerian manuscript cites “tooth… Read more »

Enamel Erosion Can Be Fixed With a Crown

If your teeth are crooked, it can do more than just mar your smile. The crooked teeth can actually wear away the enamel of the teeth next to it. If the damage becomes too extensive, a hole is formed in the tooth enamel. This will lead to a cavity, tooth decay, or other oral emergency…. Read more »

General Information about Tooth Brushing

How would you rank your tooth brushing techniques? Do not forget to keep taking care of your toothbrush, so that it can keep taking care of you. Generally speaking, most toothbrushes fall into disrepair after a few months or so and should be replaced as needed. If your toothbrush is beginning to show signs of… Read more »

Using Nitrous Oxide to Prevent Anxiety

You or someone you know may experience anxiety or some type of nervousness when preparing to go to the dentist office. Going to your biannual dental checkup is vital, so we offer nitrous oxide, also known as “laughing gas,” to help ease your fears. Dr. and our staff want to give you the care you… Read more »