Fighting Bad Breath

If you’re ready to freshen your breath the right way, all you have to do is develop the right habits. Here are five habits you can create to improve the smell of your breath. Brush your teeth at least twice per day. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that you should be brushing at least… Read more »

A Tooth with Chipped Enamel Needs Professional Care and Repair

Tooth enamel is rather hard stuff, yet there are still things that can damage it. This could come in the form of a bad habit, like nervously chewing on objects or using your teeth to open a package. People with chronic stress that unconsciously grind their teeth at night are at even higher risk of… Read more »

A Dental Implant Can Often Be Used to Fully Restore a Knocked-Out Tooth

Oral trauma can come in many forms. One of the worst is when a hard fall or an accidental blow to the face manages to knock out a tooth. Also known as a dental avulsion, this level of trauma often results in total tooth loss. To help ease the pain and prevent a dangerous infection… Read more »

A Damaged Crown Needs Timely Professional Care

Every dental crown designed and installed at is custom crafted from very durable materials. At the same time, there are some rare occasions when an abnormal oral trauma, like a blow to the face, can potentially chip or fracture a crown. This is even more likely to occur if you don’t use a mouthguard during… Read more »

Bad Habits Can Lead to Missing Teeth

If you do not take care of your teeth, they can easily be knocked out, loosened, or lost to decay. Teeth must be given the same care and attention throughout life because even the smallest of neglectful acts can slowly deteriorate your teeth over time. Bad habits can lead to missing teeth. Ask yourself if… Read more »

Which Type of Floss Is Best for You?

You probably know that there are a number of things you can do to protect your teeth. Similarly, you know that brushing and flossing are vital to your oral health. However, do you know how to determine the type of floss that’s best for your teeth? If you have large gaps in your teeth, you… Read more »

A Tongue Injury Might Need First Aid

Accidentally biting your tongue when you’re chewing gum or eating a snack is rarely a serious problem. Unfortunately, there are other rare occasions when something like a hard fall causes a significant tongue injury. To help provide quality first aid in these instances, your dentist, Dr. , offers these key insights. The severity of your… Read more »

Signs You May Have Gum Disease

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a serious condition caused by plaque and bad bacteria in our teeth. Without proper care and treatment, this condition can lead to devastating results including tooth loss and bone loss. That is why it is vital to remember your oral hygiene habits to help you fight off… Read more »

What Every Oral Health Kit Needs

Have you been keeping up with your oral care? If so, you are not alone. Thousands of people often forget the basics of oral care and quickly find themselves in a dental chair with either cavity, gum disease, or even tooth loss because of neglect to their teeth. With this holiday quickly approaching, why not… Read more »

What You Should Know About Abscesses and Tooth Infections

Have you ever heard of a tooth abscess or a tooth infection? While the two can be caused by similar issues, there are actually a few important differences between the two. For instance, while both issues will need professional treatment, the treatments could be very different. Still, what are the differences between a tooth infection… Read more »