Gift Yourself and Your Loved Ones With a Healthier Smile

Your daily brushing and flossing routine is crucial to thwarting dreaded cavities and gum disease from invading your smile, but by itself, it’s still not enough to maintain top-notch oral health. There is a reason our dentist and the American Dental Association recommend bi-annual dental cleanings and exams! Seeing our dental team for routine dental… Read more »

The Difference Between Full and Partial Dentures

Do you know the important differences between full and partial dentures? Our team is happy to review both versions for optimal tooth replacement to help you better understand how they can restore your smile. Below we will review the main types of dentures, which are full and partial dentures, and the benefits they have to… Read more »

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month & Dental Hygiene Month

October is here and fall has officially begun, bringing with it Breast Cancer Awareness Month as well as National Dental Hygiene Month. This is a time to raise awareness for both and help to prevent problems by monitoring your health and being mindful of your lifestyle choices. Whether you are fighting cancer or dental problems,… Read more »

Sleep Loss Can Be Deadly – Get Help for Your Sleep Apnea

“The shorter your sleep, the shorter your life.” is a quote from sleep expert and neuroscientist, Matthew Walker. Getting a good night’s sleep is vital for people of all ages, and while needs may vary, adults should be getting seven to nine hours a night for good health. Sleep deprivation can have serious consequences on… Read more »

Enamel-Friendly Foods for Your Teeth

When it comes to protecting your teeth, your first line of defense against tooth decay and cavities is tooth enamel, as it is the outermost covering that protects the more vulnerable dentin and tooth pulp below. Your enamel comes equipped for the job as the hardest substance in your body. However, because it doesn’t have… Read more »

How Routine Dental Checkups Help Your Smile in the Long Run

When you come in for dental exams and we have cleaned your teeth and gum line and removed hardened place, our dentist can look at them for any signs of trouble, such as cavities, loose or broken teeth, damaged fillings, and evaluate your risk rate of certain diseases which might also take into account your… Read more »

Getting Your Child Past Thumb Sucking

If your child is sucking their thumb, don’t panic. It is a natural part of childhood, and many kids typically get over the habit between the ages of three and five. However, if your child shows no signs of giving it up, they may be running the risk of altering the roof of their mouth, and… Read more »

Taking Care of Your Tongue

When is the last time you paid serious attention to your tongue? It is probably not something that you normally give much thought to. But when you think about it, you couldn’t eat or speak without your tongue so maybe it deserves a little consideration. Although it is one of the strongest muscles in the… Read more »

Dental X-rays: Seeing Through the Tissue

Without modern technology, your dentist could only do a surface examination of your oral health. No matter how good their vision, they cannot see under tissue to make an accurate diagnosis. Thankfully, we live in an age of great technological advances, and have been given the tools to do just that—look under tissue and into… Read more »

Tooth Decay Treatments: Inlays and Onlays

A filling is what the dentist uses to fill the holes in your teeth made by minor tooth decay. They can be made from porcelain, silver amalgam, gold, or composite resin materials. But when the damage to the tooth is more serious, an inlay or onlay may be what is needed. If you are a… Read more »