Common Signs of Oral Cancer

Did you know, the sooner you catch cancer, the better your chances are at overcoming it? Well, it’s true! Cancer is a serious threat to your life and if neglected, could lead to fatal consequences. Oral cancer is also a threat to your oral health, which is why it is essential to get your oral… Read more »

How to Pick the Right Toothpaste

Did you know that the toothpaste you use can have a huge impact on your oral health? Obviously, any toothpaste is good for you (except the ones with sugar to sweeten them) and your teeth. But by using the right toothpaste, you can increase your oral health exponentially. How is that possible, you ask? Well,… Read more »

Surgical Intervention Can Improve a Cleft Palate

Ideally, your child’s facial plates should fuse together naturally during fetal development. However, there are a few rare instances where incomplete fusion in the roof of the mouth causes an opening in the periodontal tissue as well as other oral structures. This condition, known as a cleft palate can affect the appearance and function of… Read more »

Gum Disease: The Facts You Should Know

If you’re interested in knowing all there is to know about gum disease, then our dentist, Dr. , is more than happy to help you. The more you know about gum disease, the better chance you have of keeping it at bay. So, to help you, our dentist is happy to share some gum disease… Read more »

All About Chewing Gum

Are you familiar with the benefits of sugarless gum? Sugarless gum can be used to freshen breath and clean your mouth, but it can also be used to help lower your risk for cavities, which is not due to the ingredients in gum, but rather the act of chewing it. By chewing gum, you can… Read more »

Realize the Triggers to Your Sensitive Teeth

Do you have sensitive teeth? If so, do you realize or understand what is causing it? Our dentist, Dr. with in , , cares for the health of your smile and understands many people may not know sensitive teeth have causes and triggers that should be addressed. If you have a fractured tooth or have… Read more »

A Dental Crown Restoration to Treat a Fractured Tooth

Your teeth are intended to be hard enough to bite and break down food throughout the course of your life. However, there are still some things that can exceed the structural integrity of your tooth enamel resulting in a dental fracture. This could come from an athletic injury, grinding your teeth while sleeping, or crunching… Read more »

Are you a Flossing Failure? Use a Water Flosser

At home, you have two tools for eliminating plaque and tartar from your teeth. Brushing and flossing are critical to your dental health. To more completely expunge food and bacteria from your teeth and gums, dentists petition that you floss at least once per day. But, the sad truth is, most people do not floss… Read more »

Don’t Procrastinate Treating a Chipped Tooth

Tooth enamel can sometimes be chipped or fractured by abnormal forces beyond the normal hardness of the foods you eat. This could come from nervously nibbling on desktop objects, using your teeth to open a container or a bad habit of failing to use a protective mouth guard at the necessary times. Without professional attention… Read more »

Gum Disease: Is it Common?

If you’ve ever learned about periodontal disease, you may know that its effects can be severe: lost pearly whites, infected gums and damaged bones. So that must mean that the disease is really not common, right? Most people still have their pearly whites, don’t they? Actually, the truth may surprise you. Keep reading to find… Read more »