Dental Sealants and Your Smile

Your back teeth, also known as your molars and premolars, are tasked with the tough job of chewing your food to make it easier for you to swallow and digest. They may be able to do that because they are equipped with grooves and ridges known as cusps. These cusps make it easier to chew… Read more »

Address Multiple Tooth Flaws Simultaneously with a Dental Veneer

Our friendly dentist and dental team are here to help you achieve your dream smile, one that is beautiful and bright and boosts your self-confidence. Even if you struggle with many unwanted dental flaws, from discolorations and tooth stains to chipped teeth, there is no reason you can’t have the smile you want. We can… Read more »

Is Your Oral Health Suitable for a Dental Bridge?

If you are missing a tooth or two, you may feel self-conscious about your appearance and be at an increased risk of oral health issues occurring in your smile. When a hard blow or decay causes the loss of a tooth, a gap is left behind that allows the surrounding teeth to move about which… Read more »

Should You Receive Fluoride Treatment?

Your tooth enamel is the strong outer layer of your teeth that has a strong mineral density to give your teeth strength and protect the inner tissues. When tooth enamel becomes weak, bacteria can then invade the tooth and create tooth decay. You may need to receive fluoride to address weak tooth enamel and prevent… Read more »

What Do You Know About Oral Hygiene? Take This Quiz

If you think you know all about oral hygiene, our dentist, Dr. , encourages you to test your knowledge by taking our oral hygiene quiz! This quiz can help you learn more about oral hygiene, and it can even help you have a better and more productive oral hygiene routine. So, feel free to take… Read more »

Improve Your Oral Health with Dental Crowns

If you would like a tooth restoration treatment to enhance your smile, a highly effective option to consider is a dental crown. Dental crowns are designed to enhance your smile by eradicating the risks involved with future damage. This is because dental crowns are permanently cemented over existing teeth and work to entirely cover the… Read more »

Teach Your Smile About Composite Dental Fillings

The restorations are often designed to help protect your smile from future damage. However, numerous restorations also seek only to enhance the look of your smile. In situations where cavities are present in your teeth, a restoration in the form of a dental filling will be required. Once the decaying tooth materials are moved and… Read more »

Oral Health Care Highlights: TMJ Treatments

Are you aware of any risks that can befall your TMJs? TMJs, also known as temporomandibular joints, refer to the ball and socket joints in your jaw that are extremely important for numerous oral health care processes including speaking and moving your jaw as intended. When a TMJ disorder arises, it means some sort of… Read more »

Improve Your Oral Health with Tooth Hazard Warnings

Are you involved in any unhealthy habits or bad habits that could potentially be putting your teeth in gums at risk? Are you doing anything that is potentially risky to your teeth and gums that can lead to oral accidents or injuries? If so, it is a good idea to adjust your lifestyle and make… Read more »

Your Tooth-Replacement Options

Are you missing a tooth? If so, it’s time to think about replacing it. This is very important because if you wait to replace your missing tooth, there are many consequences that can occur, like tooth misalignments and having an improper bite. Our dentist, Dr. , encourages you to call our office and schedule an… Read more »