What Happens During a Dental Cleaning?

As you know, it is highly important to your oral health that you brush and floss your teeth every day. However, oral hygiene alone is not enough to achieve and maintain ideal oral health. You must also have a professional dental cleaning and checkup twice a year. This will allow Dr. to help you keep… Read more »

The Benefits of Sedation Dentistry

Sedation dentistry is becoming more and more popular as people realize the great benefits it presents to those who suffer from dental anxiety. Dental anxiety is a real condition, and it prevents millions of people from getting the dental care they need in order to maintain optimal oral health. Sedation dentistry at in , eliminates… Read more »

Don’t Delay in Having a Chipped Tooth Repaired

If you have a bad habit of nibbling on objects like pencils, pens, or ice, it will greatly increase your chances of chipping one or more teeth. This is also true if you participate in contact sports without wearing a quality mouthguard or if you grind your teeth at night. Most chips are limited to… Read more »

The Details Behind Identifying, Diagnosing, and Treating Leukoplakia

If you’re interested in knowing more about leukoplakia, then our team is more than happy to help you! The more you know about this dental issue, the better, so Dr. and our team have provided you with the information regarding the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment involved with leukoplakia: Symptoms The general sign of leukoplakia is… Read more »

Restoring a Severely Fractured Tooth

The enamel layer of your teeth is very strong. In rare instances, though it is possible for hard fall or a blow to the face to fracture of otherwise damage a tooth. A severely fractured tooth can rarely be repaired by a simple filling. Even if the fracture doesn’t extend deep into the pulp of… Read more »

Your Toothbrush: Manual or Electric

How often do you replace your toothbrush? Did you know that you should replace your toothbrush once every six months? But with so many options available, how do you choose the best brush for you? For instance, would an electric toothbrush be better for you than a manual one? Similarly, can you use a manual… Read more »

Tips for Properly Including Your Dental Implant Bridge in Your Oral Hygiene Routine

When dental implants first appeared on the oral health care scene, they were primarily used to replace a single missing tooth. Over the course of the past two decades, dental implant technology has continued to evolve. Now dental implants can also be used in a variety of applications, including anchoring a bridge to restore multiple… Read more »

How to Preserve the Life of Your Toothbrush

Your toothbrush is an important part of your daily routine, and shopping for a new one can be a pain. When well-cared for, your toothbrush should last as much as four months. To help it reach full life expectancy, has provided some useful tips. One of the main reasons people throw away their toothbrushes is… Read more »

Special Considerations for a Temporary Crown

The hard plastic cap of your temporary crown serves the purpose of protecting the abutment that will anchor your permanent crown once the dental lab has completed your permanent crown. It’s important to understand that the temporary crown fitted by does not fully restore the tooth’s ability to bite off or chew food. If the… Read more »

The Ins and Outs of an Abscessed Tooth

If you or someone you know has an abscessed tooth, also known as a periapical abscess, the tooth has a pocket of pus (fluid) in it caused by a bacterial infection. This occurs when the nerve of a tooth is dying or dead, and develops on the tip of the tooth’s root and spreads out…. Read more »