Signs Your Child May Need Braces

Your child’s mouth with undergo changes in the shape and structure as it develops, gradually expanding throughout the teenage years. Over time, their baby teeth will also be replaced by adult teeth that are meant to last for the rest of their life. Due to developing oral structure, it’s important to monitor your child’s smile… Read more »

Sedation Dentistry Options to Help You Relax in the Dental Chair

Do you often feel a deep anxiety when it’s time to sit in the dental chair for a dental checkup or other procedure? Many people struggle with dental anxiety and find that visiting the dentist is very difficult. We are happy to recommend sedation dentistry if we feel it will help you relax during your… Read more »

8 Reasons You Should See Your Dentist

Achieving and maintaining optimal oral health includes seeing your dentist regularly. Not only do these checkups help keep dental issues from arising–tooth decay, gum disease, etc.–but they also allow treatment to be administered while they are least invasive and least costly to resolve. Additionally, there are times when you may need to be seen in… Read more »

Early Detection and Treatment of Oral Cancer Places the Odds of Success in Your Favor

Our goal is to help you create a healthy, beautiful smile. As part of your oral health evaluation, we check for signs of oral cancer when we examine your mouth for tooth decay and gum disease. Early detection and treatment are always more successful for resolving any illness in the body. Since April is oral… Read more »

Dental Bridges Can Improve the Appearance of Your Smile

Do you wish you can improve the appearance of your smile? If so, you are not alone. Thousands of people wish they can improve their smile and restore a lost tooth. The good news is, dental bridges are a great way to enhance your smile and replace a missing tooth. To help you understand the… Read more »

Got Gum Disease? Scaling and Root Planing Can Help Restore Gum Tissue

Today, our team would like to talk about your gum health. To keep them healthy, brushing, flossing, and eating a balanced diet daily is essential. As is seeing your dentist regularly to look for problems that might be creeping up, and more particularly, to remove hardened plaque, known as tartar, which can damage teeth and… Read more »

Show Your Teeth Some Love

Your teeth are the most prominent feature of your smile, and they help you project yourself out to the world. What do you know about this part of your body? Let’s look at some facts about your teeth to help you appreciate them more. Did you know? –The enamel on your teeth is the hardest… Read more »

Do You Have Tooth Stains? Try These Tips to Restore Your Beautiful Smile!

Staining happens on your teeth for various reasons. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we’d like to offer you some common teeth staining problems and some tips to help you overcome them. Your beautiful smile is an important part of your self-image! Problem: Beverages such as coffee, tea, and red wine, along with deep-colored berries… Read more »

Keeping Your Scheduled Dental Appointments Is Vital to a Healthy Smile

To stay on track to a healthy smile, keeping all scheduled dental appointments is vital. We know what a valuable commodity time is and work hard to make your time with us count. We do this for all of our patients! To help ensure that your appointment unfolds smoothly, we invite you to schedule a… Read more »

Preventative Dentistry and Safeguarding Your Smile

With the help of preventative dentistry, you can safeguard your smile and be well on the road to saving time and money in the future. The costs and time associated with restorative dentistry can be diminished by investing time and money practicing preventative dentistry to keep teeth and gums healthy. This means ongoing daily care… Read more »