Your New Crown Should Be Included in Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine

Your new dental crown is essentially a replica of the tooth enamel layer of your previously decayed or damaged tooth. The material it is made from is not vulnerable to the direct effects of tooth decay. However, it will still need to be included in your daily oral hygiene routine to prevent other oral health… Read more »

How to Avoid Dry Socket

You may have heard of dry sockets before, but do you know exactly what they are? Dry sockets often form after you have a wisdom tooth removed, but they can form after any after any tooth is extracted. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to avoid this problem. If you need… Read more »

Water Flossers: The Easy and Simple Way to Floss

Many think of flossing as a difficult and challenging task, and if you are one of these people, our dental team is here to help you! We recommend using a water flosser to clean your smile each day. Water flossers are beneficial tools that make flossing easier and more enjoyable each time you clean your… Read more »

Make Cosmetic Dentistry Your Greatest Gift This Holiday Season

Make cosmetic dentistry your greatest gift this holiday season. If your teeth are repaired or restored, even something as simple as a smile can bring warmth to your friends, family, and loved ones all season long. The gift of a smile lasts longer than just the holiday season and can bring joy for many years… Read more »

The Forgotten Oral Health Habit You May Be Missing

Do you care for your teeth daily and practice safe and effective oral hygiene habits by brushing and flossing? Is there more you could be doing? The answer is yes there is. Besides brushing and flossing, it is always important to schedule regular oral exams and professional cleanings from your dentist. In addition, there may… Read more »

The Facts about Veneers

One of the most common cosmetic dentistry procedures is the use of dental veneers to fix minor imperfections in your smile. It’s like the halfway point between dental bonding and crowns and provides some great benefits to those for whom veneers are a good fit. So let’s look at what you need to know about… Read more »

Symptoms of a Bad Filling

Fillings are made from artificial materials that are used to treat modest-sized areas of tooth decay. At the same time, they can still be affected in other ways by the pervasive bacteria living in your mouth. Poor oral hygiene allows bacteria to thrive in your mouth, making it easier for them to attack the seam… Read more »

Remineralizing: Your Teeth

Did you know that your enamel is the strongest substance in your mouth? But even though your enamel is strong, it can weaken over time. And once your enamel is gone, it’s gone forever–but your enamel can strengthen itself through a process known as remineralization. Fortunately, while remineralization is a natural process, there are a… Read more »

The Differences Between Bridges and Crowns

You probably know that when you have a fractured, chipped, or missing teeth, you should have the problem addressed—especially if you’re interested in protecting your oral health. Fortunately, there are a number of options you should consider, including a dental bridge or a crown.  As you may know, crowns may be useful for strengthening a… Read more »

How to Help Your Teeth Clenching

Did you know that clenching your teeth, which is also known as bruxism, can occur while you’re sleeping or when you’re awake? Often people clench their teeth without realizing what they’re doing. This is especially problematic because you may clench your teeth while you’re sleeping.  Furthermore, while clenching your teeth may not seem too serious,… Read more »