Baby Teeth 101

Your baby’s teeth and gums need tending even before their first dental visit, which should take place by their first birthday, or six months after their first tooth erupts. Before then you can clean baby’s gums with a soft, clean washcloth and once the teeth begin erupting, brush the teeth gently with plain water several… Read more »

Enamel Is Strengthen by Fluoride Treatments

Fluoride occurs in nature. It can often be found in very small concentrations in certain natural water sources. A significant amount of research has found that low doses of fluoride in multiple sources will help to strengthen your tooth enamel. On a microscopic level, enamel is composed of minerals and crystal structures. Acidic foods and… Read more »

Your Oral Health and Toothpaste

Do you work hard to take care of your smile? Do you carefully brush and floss your teeth every day? Do you take the time to visit your dentist every six months to protect your oral health? If you do all of these things, good for you—but what would you do if you find you… Read more »

5 Tips to a Healthier Smile This Thanksgiving

It’s that time of year again. Thanksgiving is near filling the air with delicious aromas of pumpkin pies and roasted turkeys. This year, why not keep track of your oral care by using these five helpful tips. These tips will navigate you through the holiday season so you know what foods to avoid, so you… Read more »

Understanding Tooth Decay

With everyone busy during the holiday season, people are letting their oral care slide. This can be dangerous to your oral health. Once tooth decay begins, the outer layer of your teeth begins to wear down and deteriorate. This outer layer is also known as your tooth enamel. Once your tooth enamel is week, cavities… Read more »

Replace Your Missing Teeth with These 4 Options

As you may already know, it is extremely unhealthy to leave the gaps in your smile untreated. Overtime, many additional problems may occur, like tooth misalignments and improper tooth movements, and you will also have a difficult time eating, talking, and smiling, if you don’t already. This is why you should finally consider your tooth… Read more »

Implanting Something New

Do you feel self-conscious about your missing teeth? If so, we strongly recommend considering dental implants! A dental implant is generally needed for a patient’s dental health care. It can provide a permanent way to replace a missing tooth as well as provide added dental support for patient’s needs. The implantation process begins with your… Read more »

The Perfect Flossing Technique

Flossing should be an enjoyable experience for you, your teeth and gums. Knowing the proper flossing technique is essential for clean, healthy teeth, which is why our team is going to give you five simple steps you can follow to master the perfect floss. 1. Start by breaking off about 18 inches of floss and… Read more »

Types And Treatments Of Fractured Teeth

Accidents happen, and sometimes those accidents result in chipped or fractured teeth. A chipped tooth can not only look strange, but it can actually harm your dental health by allowing bacteria access to the soft pulp tissue inside the tooth. Learn more about the different types of fractured teeth and how to fix them. Types… Read more »

All You Need To Know About Dental Veneers

A dental veneer is a wafer-thin shell that is custom made to fit perfectly over the front surface of your tooth. If you have a stubborn, unattractive tooth that takes the beauty away from your smile, your dentist is happy to help you with this convenient, successful product! There are many reasons why a dental… Read more »