Missing Tooth? We Can Help!

Have you ever lost a tooth? If you have—and even if you haven’t—you probably understand that missing a tooth can be embarrassing. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to replace your missing teeth. However, did you know that replacing missing teeth could improve the health of your teeth? Luckily, your restoration… Read more »

Consequences of Nail Biting

Everyone gets nervous in their lives, whether they have a job interview, a performance on stage, or have to have an unpleasant conversation. Similarly, many people have nervous habits, such as a tapping of fingers, shaking your leg, or biting your nails. While most nervous habits won’t affect your health, biting nails actually will. You… Read more »

Important First Aid Tips to Help Manage a Cracked Tooth

The enamel layer of your teeth is very hard and durable. This allows you to bite off and chew foods. Unfortunately, there are rare situations where an accidental fall or blow to the face can carry enough force to actually crack the enamel layer on one or more teeth. This is even more likely if… Read more »

The Four Things You Can Do to Help Your Child’s Smile

If you want your child to grow into a strong, healthy, and beautiful smile, our team wants it too! This is why we are happy to help you properly take care of your child’s chompers as they grow. For the most success possible, we recommend doing the following things on a regular basis: Properly clean… Read more »

Are You Afraid of the Dentist? If So, Try Dental Sedation

Many people are afraid of the dental office and everything associated with it. If you are one of these people, our team has some good news for you! Many dental offices in the world today proudly provide dental sedation, which is a beneficial product that can help you finally relax in the dental chair. Generally,… Read more »

How Alkaline Is Your Mouth?

The International Journal of Drug Testing has found that a healthy pH for saliva lies between 5.6-7.9 levels. If the pH level in your mouth is less than 5.5 you will be at higher risk for dental caries because the acidity level erodes tooth enamel. Eating foods with a higher pH helps with alkalinity in the… Read more »

Do You Know How to Respond to Soft Tissue Injuries?

You’ve probably had at least a minor soft tissue injury—which includes the lips, gums, and cheeks. Do you remember what you did? More importantly, do you know what you would do next time? Unfortunately, soft tissue injuries are more common than you might expect. In fact, nearly 40% of accidents with adults occur during sports…. Read more »

Caring for Your Smile When You’re Pregnant

Understandably, pregnant mothers frequently go to great lengths to protect their unborn child. Of course, if you are a pregnant you probably understand how important it is to take care of your overall health. But did you know that it’s also very important to protect your oral health? For example, gum disease can cause very… Read more »

In-Office Tooth Bleaching Procedure

A bright, white smile says a lot about you. Unfortunately age, tobacco use and staining from certain foods and dark beverages can leave you wanting a brighter, whiter smile. Tooth polishing during your twice a year regular dental cleaning can help remove some minor surface stains but if you want the kind of bright smile… Read more »

Who’s At Risk for Dental Problems?

With the countless dental problems, it can be difficult to know whether or not you’re at risk for a dental problem. Well, today we are going to give you some dental problems and show you who is at risk for that particular dental problem. Erosion Erosion of the enamel can wear down the tooth’s surface,… Read more »