Are You Sick? Here’s What to Do With Your Toothbrush

If you’re sick, there are tricks you need to use to keep your toothbrush, mouth, and smile in tip-top shape. As you probably already know, your toothbrush hosts the germs from your sickness each time you brush. So, to properly use your toothbrush while you’re sick, our , Dr. , encourages you to do the… Read more »

Looking Forward to Root Canal Treatment

If you’ve never had a root canal service done before and have one coming up, don’t worry: the process is pretty standard. Here are some things you can expect the doctor and team at our office to do when you have a root canal treatment performed. While performing the root canal treatment, the dentist will… Read more »

Water Flossers vs Dental Floss

If you’re trying to decide whether to floss with dental floss or a water flosser, then you have come to the right blog. Our , Dr. , is happy to tell you all about water flossers and dental floss so you can choose which product is right for you. Dental floss Dental floss has always… Read more »

Avoid Holiday Letdowns Due to Tooth Hazards

As with all oral health care procedures, it is also important to remember that numerous products you place into your mouth can lead to severe damage. Tooth hazards can occur at any time, but they are often most present due to the foods and drinks we consume. Beware that products that linger on your teeth… Read more »

Tooth Sensitivity Evaluation in Our Office

Stopping by our office for a checkup on tooth sensitivity can be a breeze . . . literally! We’ll use devices (including an air blower) to find out which of your chompers are most sensitive and why. Read on to find out slightly more about what your appointment could be like. If you have a… Read more »

Effective Treat Guidelines and Lists

Do you have a list of treats to avoid this Halloween season? If you have children or even if you’d like to consume sweets as an adult, it is important to make a list of all treats and sweets that can significantly damage your teeth and gums. Although it’s best to avoid all forms of… Read more »

Teeth Whitening: The Options

With the different foods and materials out there that can discolor teeth, you may find that your chompers aren’t as bright as they once were. Good news: wanting a shinier smile is more rampant than you may think, and there are a few different possibilities you can pursue if a brighter smile is your mission…. Read more »

Oral Health ABCs: Gingivitis and Gum Disease

As the fall season fast approaches, take the time now to set your oral health care routines in place. One common condition that often goes untreated within a person’s mouth is due to gum disease. An early stage of gum disease is known as gingivitis. Gingivitis is caused by a deterioration in tissue. If left… Read more »

A Dry Mouth Can Lead to Tooth Decay

Food particles and bacteria on your teeth and gumline can promote tooth decay and gum disease. Brushing and flossing can address these problems, and your body has its own solution: saliva. The saliva in your mouth washes away the acids and food debris that can contribute to plaque, tartar and tooth decay; and saliva also… Read more »

The Finer Details of Crowns and Veneers

If you are searching for a tooth restoration treatment, two wonderful choices we offer are dental crowns and dental veneers. Dental crowns work by inserting a cap directly over a tooth for added comfort and damage prevention, whereas dental veneers are fused and bound to the fronts of teeth to conceal damage and promote a… Read more »