First-Aid Insights to Help Take Care of a Knocked-Out Tooth

Having a tooth knocked out is always a traumatic event that requires immediate first aid and treatment. Here at , our dentist, Dr. , recommends a few basic first-aid insights to help you take care of a knocked-out tooth. Urgent, quality care will help you reduce your chances of suffering treatment complications. If there is… Read more »

Understanding Your Treatment and Repair Options for a Fractured Tooth

A badly chipped or fractured tooth can be a very serious cause for concern. If the tooth isn’t treated and repaired in short order the damaged area could start to harbor a new cavity. Since there is already some tooth enamel missing, any decay that does develop will find it that much easier to penetrate… Read more »

Brushing Your Teeth with Whitening Toothpaste to Brighten Minor Surface Stains

As you age it’s not uncommon for your teeth to lose their luster, or suffer from significant staining problems. Dr. can help you find the best option for whitening your smile. The depth and degree of staining will go a long way towards influencing the options recommends. Brushing your teeth twice a day with a… Read more »

Tips for Toothbrush Care

If you want to keep your toothbrush in tip-top shape, then it’s best to take great care of your toothbrush! Your toothbrush is a tool that can get worn out, dirty, and frayed, so it’s best to do all you can to keep it in the best shape possible. You can do so by doing… Read more »

Address Your Sleep Apnea Problems

Sleep apnea is a serious breathing condition afflicting the sleep quality in millions of Americans. Two of the most common symptoms include issues with snoring and breathing interruption while sleeping. In some cases, a prescription snore guard mouthpiece can improve these symptoms and give you back the quality sleep you need to be at your… Read more »

Does Using a Tongue Scraper Improve Your Oral Health?

You know that if you want to enjoy good oral health, you need to brush your teeth twice a day and floss daily, but did you know there are other things you can do to improve your oral health? Naturally, we recommend considering all of your options when it comes to your oral health—include tongue… Read more »

Fluoride: Improve Your Oral Health

Fluoride is a mineral that is important to dental health, as it strengthens the tooth enamel. The teeth become more resistant to acid attacks from bacteria in the mouth. Fluoride helps prevent tooth decay and can even reverse early tooth decay. So, where can I find fluoride, you may ask? Fluoride is found in many… Read more »

Shaping a New Smile With Gum Contouring

You probably know there are many things dentistry can do to help your teeth, preventively, restoratively, and cosmetically. Cosmetic procedures especially are designed to improve the appearance of your smile, something very important to many people. But a large (and often overlooked) component of any smile is the gums. That is why at we offer… Read more »

Get Your Smile Back With Dental Veneers

Do you shy away from pictures because you don’t like how your smile looks? Many people feel self-conscious or embarrassed by their teeth. Some don’t like their color, others their alignment. Fortunately, cosmetic dentistry allows us to correct these problems with dental veneers so that you can get your smile back. Dental veneers are thin,… Read more »

Problems with Tooth Sensitivity can be Linked to Enamel Erosion

Each day the bacteria in your mouth and acidic foods and drinks can microscopically erode the densely packed mineral crystals that make up your tooth enamel. This process known as demineralization can eventually weaken tooth enamel and increase your chances of developing sensitivity and tooth decay problems. Low dose exposure to fluoride helps to add… Read more »