How Dental Implants Can Change Your Life

There is a direct link often attributed between oral health and overall health. It’s often noted when an individual begins to suffer physically, the first area to be impacted is usually the mouth. If you have missing teeth, this can affect everything from your jawline to your waistline. Dental implants have multiple advantages: – You… Read more »

Restorative Dentistry Commonly Employs the Use of a Bridge

Restorative dentistry is a specific focus of dental treatments that are meant to restore a tooth. If the tooth isn’t restored by some means, your oral health can be altered. Usually, one of the best treatments of restorative dentistry is to install a standard dental bridge to help replace missing teeth. A dental bridge in… Read more »

The Challenges of Tobacco Cessation Are Well-Worth the Benefits for Your Oral Health

Each year millions of Americans who use tobacco products attempt to quit. Yet the success rate still remains challenging and dissatisfying for medical and oral healthcare professionals. In this regard, Dr. offers these points to consider to help motivate you to quit. Tobacco use often causes pervasive bad breath. Many tobacco users will attempt to… Read more »

Loose Crowns Need Immediate Care

When Dr. cemented your crown in place it was intended to restore the appearance and full function of the tooth for many years to come. Unfortunately, there are times when a blow to the face, a hard fall or complications caused by periodontal disease can affect the cement that secures your crown to the abutment…. Read more »

What to do About Tooth Decay in our Children

If you’ve ever had a toothache, you understand that it isn’t any fun. Unfortunately, some argue that tooth decay is becoming a bigger problem for the younger generation. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to help your children protect their oral health and prevent tooth decay. Arguable, the most important thing you… Read more »

Exploring Your Restoration Options with Chipped Teeth

Having a chipped tooth can be a serious cause for concern. In addition to the negative impact on your appearance, a chipped tooth invites bacteria to develop cavities that could have serious complications. If the chip is large or limited to one tooth, your dentist, Dr. , might recommend having the entire enamel layer effectively… Read more »

Why Does Your Jaw Hurt?

Do you ever feel a popping or general stiffness and soreness in your jaw when you chew? These are common symptoms of TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, disorder. It affects millions of people around the country, and can great pain and discomfort. At , we are able to effectively treat TMD symptoms. The temporomandibular joint is… Read more »

Brushing More Effectively

Brushing your teeth twice a day, once in the morning and once at night, is important for your oral health. However, Dr. and our team stress that brushing your teeth properly is even more important for a healthy mouth. To improve your dental hygiene effectiveness, follow the following tips: Take Time Do you brush your… Read more »

ADA Seal of Acceptance Helps Identify the Most Effective Oral Hygiene Products

The oral healthcare aisles in modern day stores are awash with oral hygiene products. Some of which only have cosmetic value, to help freshen your breath, while others might over-promise and under-deliver on their ability to provide the maximum benefit to your oral hygiene. American Dental Association understands that it can sometimes be hard to… Read more »

Three Reasons to Visit Your Dentist

If you’re on the fence about visiting your dentist for a dental checkup, our team at asks that you continue reading. Regular dental checkups boost your smile and overall health. To encourage you to visit the dentist, we’ve provided three health benefits that come from doing so: – Screening for health problems: During a checkup,… Read more »