Antiseptic Mouthwash Can Augment the Effectiveness of Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine

Practicing an effective oral hygiene routine each day is a very important first step in preventing cavities and other oral health problems. This starts with thoroughly brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing all the pertinent areas of your mouth each evening. It should take roughly two to three minutes to fully brush both… Read more »

If It Is Detected Early, a Small Cavity Can Be Treated by a Dental Filling

The American Dental Association recommends having a routine dental checkup performed by a dentist like Dr. every six months. This outpatient appointment is designed to clean your teeth of bacterial deposits while also identifying early signs of gum disease, cavities, and other oral health conditions. If Dr. finds a small area of tooth decay on… Read more »

You Need a Top-Notch Smile to Aid in a Top-Notch Overall Health

Did you know certain dental issues are found to have a relationship with certain health issues? Well, it’s true, which is why your dentist, Dr. , strongly encourages you to take good care of your smile. Unfortunately, some dental issues are linked to major health issues that are related to the major organs in your… Read more »

The 101 on Dental Veneers

If you are looking to improve your smile, then you have found the right place! Dental veneers are a form of cosmetic dentistry that works to improve your smile. To help you learn more, our team here at in , , is happy to talk to you about the importance of dental veneers and how… Read more »

Topical Oral Anesthetic Can Help Manage Pain After an Oral Trauma

Suffering a blow to the face from a sports injury, automotive collision, or a household injury can traumatize teeth and soft tissues. This is even more likely to occur if you are an athlete and choose not to use a mouth guard at the necessary times. When this happens the pain can be significant while… Read more »

Additional Ways You Can Floss Your Teeth

Are you tired of wrapping a little string of floss around your fingers to clean between your chompers? If so, our dentist, Dr. , and our dental team have some good news for you: There are other oral hygiene tools you can use to clean the crevices of your smile. This means you don’t necessarily… Read more »

Dental Health Care Focus: Teenage Dentistry

It is during the teenage years that the last of a teen’s adult teeth appear and the harsh reality sets in that it is the last set of teeth that will ever grow in. When the wisdom teeth do take their stand, the chance for them growing in incorrectly or overcrowding the other teeth becomes… Read more »

Getting Calcium Without Dairy

Calcium is required for healthy teeth. It helps shore up tooth enamel, which protects the soft inner root of the tooth from decay and cavities, and helps prevent toothaches. To get the recommended daily dose of calcium (1,000-2,000 mg per day) many people turn to dairy products like milk and cheese. But if you need… Read more »

A Small Dental Fracture Might Be Repaired by a Dental Filling

Small dental fractures and chips can damage your tooth enamel. They can be caused by a wide range of things. Grinding your teeth when you sleep, nibbling on desktop items, and using your teeth as tools, are just a few of the common causes of dental fractures. Even if the damage doesn’t cause discomfort, you… Read more »

What to do for Dental Emergencies

Accidents and emergencies are facts of life. At some time in our lives, we’ve all been to the emergency room at the hospital. But there can also be dental emergencies, just like there are other health emergencies. Do you know what to do in such an emergency? Here are some tips that you can use… Read more »