Information About Genetic Testing

Did you know there’s a huge correlation between genetics and your oral health? Although effective treatment plans and oral hygiene habits including brushing and flossing are extremely important for optimal health, chances are you may be genetically predisposed to various oral health risks that will require additional attention. Numerous oral health risks and disorders, including… Read more »

The Wonderful Art of Dental Veneers

Do you wish your smile could be a flawless work of art? If so, we have exciting news for you! Cosmetic dentistry offers dental veneers as a way to improve your smile and transform it into a flawless beauty. Here at in , , our team offers dental veneers and is happy to talk to… Read more »

A Large Area of Dental Attrition Might Need to Be Treated with a Dental Crown

It’s possible for minor deviations in the alignment of your teeth to cause excess wear and tear on tooth enamel. This can gradually damage one of the teeth increasing chances of suffering excessive tooth decay or a dental fracture. Sometimes an area of dental attrition can grow too large for your dentist to effectively repair… Read more »

Keep Your Gums in Tip-Top Shape with Other Flossing Methods

Flossing is vital for your oral health, which is why it’s recommended to floss at least once a day. However, sometimes it’s frustrating to clean your smile with the thin dental floss that people typically use. If this is the case for you, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to say that flossing doesn’t have… Read more »

Tooth-Friendly Tips for Your Summer Soiree

Summer is here! ‘Tis the season of outdoor parties, picnics, and family gatherings. This usually means there are lots of party foods available to eat. The next time you are putting food together for a party, remember these tips: The Right Crunch: Starches and other sticky foods, such as crunchy potato chips, feed the cavity-causing… Read more »

CEREC® Crowns and Your Smile

Are any of your teeth broken or injured and in serious need of a dental service to save the tooth from total failure? A broken tooth doesn’t mean you should give up on its chance for survival and start the search for a replacement. In many cases, even teeth that are split into bits may… Read more »

The Tips You Need to Select the Best Toothpaste

Your oral hygiene routine is vital for your oral health, but it’s only helpful if you have the right tools. So, today Dr. and our dental team would like to help you choose the right toothpaste for your smile. When you’re shopping, there are certain things you should look for. First, search for the American… Read more »

Having Trouble Sleeping at Night? Ask Your Dentist About CPAP Devices!

Your sleep at night can be greatly improved with the use of a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machine. There are other options as well besides an attached mask at night. Talk to our dentist, Dr. , or one of our professionals here at to find what option is best for you. One of the… Read more »

Can Sleep Apnea Be Prevented?

A common question that is often wondered is if sleep apnea can be prevented? The answer is yes and often lies in the causes of the disorder. Due to the wide variety of causes of sleep apnea, it is important to determine which risk factors you may have. Everything from your gender to your age… Read more »

A Significant Tongue Injury Might Need to Be Assessed While Providing First Aid

Serious tongue injuries are somewhat rare, and they can range in severity. Most are minor and relate to some oral accident like accidentally biting your lip during a meal or quick snack. Yet there are other times when a more serious tongue injury requires timely first aid, and possibly the attention of a trained physician…. Read more »