Tongue Cleaning Tips

Did you know that millions of particles of bacteria and acids accumulate on your tongue during the day? Even if you can’t see them, they can cause your smile significant damage in addition to bad breath. To counteract this, we encourage you to clean your tongue every day during your oral care routine with a… Read more »

Smile Therapy: Dental Bonding

  Do you have any minor stains or chips on your teeth that you wish to have concealed? If you only have minor damage and are in need of comprehensive procedures in which you only need to cover up a portion of a tooth’s surface, dental bonding enhancements can be highly effective. Not only can… Read more »

Dental Implants Improve Quality of Life

Around 30 million people live their lives without their natural teeth. For some, removable dentures have provided for their needs and they are quite happy. Today, with advancements in modern dental technology, there is another more permanent option. Dental implants provide an appealing alternative for people with missing teeth. Whether you have a single lost… Read more »

Year End Smile Upgrades: Chewing Gum

With the holiday season in full effect, your mouth is at an increased risk for numerous oral ailments and tooth hazards that can arise. Don’t forget that plaque and bacteria continue to be the main source of dental damage that you constantly need to be aware of. Because brushing your teeth after meals can often… Read more »

Discover Your Smile with Cavity Prevention Treatments

By establishing a cavity prevention checklist, you can drastically lower the risk of cavities and dental erosion. This includes eating right, creating effective cleaning habits, and visiting your dentist as necessary. The more you do to improve your oral health care, the better your smile will be regarding excellent cavity prevention plans. Cavity prevention begins… Read more »

How a Dental Crown Can Preserve a Damaged Tooth

You may have severely damaged a tooth or have a lot of decay that has caused issues with the health of a tooth. The dentist may have given his recommendation for a dental crown to help save the tooth, which is a positive step in restoring your oral health and keeping your smile intact. Dr…. Read more »

Want a Top-Notch Smile? Avoid These Things

Unfortunately, there are many things that threaten the smile regularly, especially things like bacteria, plaque, acid, and tartar. If you don’t care for your teeth and gums regularly, they can suffer the consequences, which could be things like enamel erosion, cavities, and gum disease. In order to keep your smile in tip-top shape, you need… Read more »

Flossing Turned Simple

There are few things worse than an oral emergency messing up your holiday plans. Let’s review some flossing techniques to make sure your teeth stay healthy and clean throughout this holiday season! First, take a long piece of single-filament floss and wind it around two of your fingers (one on each hand). Use a gentle… Read more »

Risk Factors for Gum Disease

The holiday seasons are finally here! With the advent of Halloween just around the corner, the increase of numerous risk factors to your smile is greater than ever. With the influx of sugary sweets, it is important to protect your smile from the risks associated with gum disease and tooth decay. However, gum disease can… Read more »

Maintaining Your Dentures

If you are missing teeth, you deal with several problems. First, gaps in your smile will make you self-conscious about your appearance. Your mouth can take on a sunken appearance, which will make you look older than your true age. You may also have problems eating and speaking. Additionally, missing teeth create more places for… Read more »