All About Halitosis Prevention

  In order to effectively treat bad breath, it is important to understand what is causing it. Your bad breath could be linked to numerous oral health ailments including ailments deep within your body. In addition, it could be caused by the foods you’re eating, hygiene habits that you keep, plaque, and medications you’re taking…. Read more »

Take Steps Now to Reverse Gingivitis

Roughly half of the American adults struggle with gum disease, according to the American Dental Association. Despite the fact that nearly half of all people over the age of 30 have gum disease to some degree, it is a largely preventable disease. If you have been diagnosed with gingivitis, the early stage of gum disease,… Read more »

Maintain a Happy Smile with Root Canal Therapy

Did you know that if you damage your pulp within a tooth, it can lead to severe ailments unless it is removed through an endodontic treatment? Through the use of an endodontic treatment such as a root canal therapy, it is important to remove a damaged pulp to ensure the tooth has a chance for… Read more »

Your Diet and Your Teeth

By now, you should know that eating sugary, sticky or starchy foods can damage your teeth. And acidic foods can help promote tooth decay and stain your teeth. Although the list of “dental diet ‘don’ts’” may seem long, there are foods that can help your teeth. So instead of focusing on what to avoid, let’s… Read more »

This Halloween, Protect Your Smile!

The time has come once again to prepare an oral health care checklist to help avoid damage that arises during Halloween. Your teeth will be at an elevated risk for dental damage if you’re not willing to care for them properly. Always remember to exercise caution with the snacks you eat and the oral hygiene… Read more »

A Composite Dental Filling Can Repair a Small Cavity on a Tooth That Appears in Your Smile

Here at our dentists understand the impact that your smile’s appearance can have on your self-confidence. When a cavity forms on one of these teeth it can cause discomfort while also leaving your feeling self-conscious about your appearance. With timely attention Dr. can repair a small cavity and restore your smile’s appearance with a composite… Read more »

Oral Health ABCs: Cavity Prevention

Have you prepared your smile for cavity prevention? Cavity prevention includes keeping your mouth safe from the dangers that seek to destroy your tooth enamel on a daily basis. Preventing cavities includes leading a healthy lifestyle and practicing effective oral health care treatments. Caring for your smile begins at home. Make sure you are brushing… Read more »

Dental Bridges and Why They Are Needed

Is your smile failing to live up to its full potential due to missing teeth? If so, repair and restore your incomplete smile this summer with dental bridges. With a dental bridge, you can ensure your smile will have the best chance of kicking off the fall season in style by filling out your smile… Read more »

Keeping Your Dentures Clean

Dentures are an easy and inexpensive way to replace your missing teeth. Although they are not your natural teeth, they still need regular care and cleaning to make certain that they serve you well. Dentures need to be cleaned at least once a day. There are special cleaners formulated for dentures, but do not use… Read more »

Tooth Enamel Erosion Can Lead to Several Dental Health Problems

Your tooth enamel is made from a dense matrix of microscopic minerals. As you go about your average day acidic beverages you consume such as coffee, tea, and soft drinks, can gradually erode a small amount of tooth enamel minerals. If you are lax with your daily oral hygiene routine, or you don’t brush with… Read more »