Get Ahead of Tooth Decay With Regular Dental Checkups

Struggling with persistent and extreme tooth discomfort is not normal and may be a sign of cavities in your tooth enamel. As soon as you suspect you have a cavity, you should schedule a visit with the dentist to restore the tooth enamel to full health before it reaches the... Read more »

Treating Tooth Infection and Abscess

Our dentists and team do all we can to promote healthy smiles and help our patients maintain their dental health. To help you address tooth infection and abscess, we invite you to know the important differences between these conditions. Your teeth can often be an exception to your body’s ability... Read more »

Habits for Oral Health

Everyone strives to drop bad habits and begin good habits that are healthy. One of the best habits to promote is proper oral health maintenance. A slew of problematic dental diseases can be erased by exercising good oral hygiene every day. Below are some quick and easy habits to follow... Read more »

A Dental Bridge Supported by Dental Implants Can Restore Multiple Missing Teeth

Severe dental trauma and chronic complications from gum disease or untreated tooth decay can result in the loss of one tooth or multiple teeth. If multiple teeth are lost in one specific area, this change in your oral structure can cause profound impairment to your overall oral function. Rather than... Read more »

How Gum Disease Could Be Hurting Your Body

Would you brush your teeth more if you knew it would defend you from heart disease? Would you floss more if you knew that it would shield you from kidney failure? Think it or not, there is some evidence that periodontal disease impacts the rest of your body outside of... Read more »

All About Tooth Hazard Warning Signs

  Are you aware of any tooth hazards in your life? Have you taken any steps to protect your smile against the risks of dental damage on a day-to-day basis? Have you prepared for any oral accidents or injuries and adjusted your lifestyle accordingly to ensure your teeth and gums... Read more »

Antiseptic Mouthwash Cannot Replace the Physical Effectiveness of Dental Floss

An effective and consistent daily oral hygiene routine is the very first proactive step in preventing cavities and periodontal health problems. This starts with thoroughly brushing your teeth every morning and evening, followed by flossing each of your teeth and along the gumline each night. Brushing your teeth with a... Read more »

Tips for a Top-Notch Thanksgiving Smile

Having a healthy and beautiful smile during the holidays can be quite convenient, especially because you don’t have to stress about cavities and other dental issues and you also have the stunning white smile you need that can give you the appearance you desire. To help you achieve your Thanksgiving... Read more »

A Tooth with a Small Cavity Might Be Repaired with an Amalgam or Composite Dental Filling

If you’ve noticed increasing sensitivity with one of your teeth, or discomfort when chewing, you might be experiencing the early symptoms of a newly developed cavity. In a situation like this, you should have the tooth examined as soon as possible by one of our professionally trained dentists, Drs. Michael... Read more »

A Minor Dental Fracture That Doesn’t Cause Immediate Distress Still Needs Treatment

Minor dental fractures can often be the result of simple bad habits. Common causes including biting on your fingernails, using your teeth to open packaging, not wearing a mouth guard during sports, or nibbling on pencils, and pens. Even if the chipped tooth doesn’t cause you any immediate pain or... Read more »