Whitening Your Teeth

Your smile is one of the first things people will notice about you. A healthy, clean white smile will not only make a good impression on others, it will give you a feeling of confidence, and will boost your self esteem. But how do you get, and for that matter keep a sparkling smile? If… Read more »

Minor Dental Fractures Can Sometimes Be Repaired with a Simple Dental Filling

Sports injuries can sometimes impact the mouth causing trauma to soft oral tissues and chipping teeth. This is even more likely to be a problem if you have a bad habit of participating in a contact sport without the necessary mouth protection. A chipped tooth can sometimes cause discomfort, heightened sensitivity, and limit the function… Read more »

The Ins and Outs of Cold Sores

If you have a cold sore, you’re not alone. After all, they are contagious. And whether they’ve experienced the symptoms or not, about 90% of adults worldwide test positive for the viral infection that leads to cold sores. Cold sores have three stages. The first stage involves an itching or tingling sensation, usually around the… Read more »

Salivary Glands: The Unsung Heroes of Your Mouth

What do you know about your salivary glands? Did you know that they play an important role in your oral health? These wondrous glands are often overlooked, but the truth is that they often play the role of superhero. is pleased to report how exactly they rescue and protect your mouth from the bad guys…. Read more »

Headed Back to School? Get a Dental Exam and Cleaning Before School Starts

Your chances at fighting off dental dangers such as plaque buildup and cavities, increase greatly when you attend your biannual dentist exams and cleanings. Signs of dental diseases as well as oral cancer and other complications can be detected early. At your yearly examinations, your dentist and their associates will do an extensive cleaning to… Read more »

How to Avoid Brushing Slipups

As you may already know, brushing twice a day is vital for your oral health. What you may not know is that the way you brush can help or damage the smile. This is why it’s important to have an effective brushing technique and to avoid any brushing mistakes. To help you properly clean your… Read more »

Details on Your Before-Bed Oral Hygiene Routine

If you want a strong and healthy smile, then oral hygiene is key. You need to make sure and clean your teeth and gums every morning and every night. Because many choose to brush their teeth in the morning and deeply clean their teeth at night, Dr. and our dental team will be happy to… Read more »

Make Your Smile a Cavity-Free Smile

Make your smile a cavity-free smile by sending away harmful products that seek to destroy your teeth and gums. This includes products that are extremely acidic or feature copious amounts of sugar, which is a known ingredient of tooth decay and gum disease. Cavities are small holes formed in teeth, often by dental erosion or… Read more »

Create a Fun Dental Experience for Your Child

wants to provide a fun and comfortable dental experience not only for your child but for you and your peace of mind. They may experience some anxiety or have fears of any pain, a new person getting close, and/or not knowing what a dentist does. When visiting your child’s dentist for the first time, prepare… Read more »

Your New Crown Needs to Be Cleaned by Good Daily Oral Hygiene

Crown restorations performed at Dr. ’s , , clinic, are designed to fully replace the enamel layer of a tooth that has been fractured or suffers from a large cavity. They are also used as part of a root canal restoration. Dr. typically has crowns created (at an off-site dental lab) from special dental grade… Read more »