Reassess Your Oral Health with Mouth Jewelry Risk Prevention

One of the most popular oral appliances that individuals, especially young people, tend to use these days is mouth jewelry. Mouth jewelry includes things such as lip, tongue or cheek rings. If you are interested in having mouth jewelry inserted into your mouth, you should be aware of the risks associated with them. Depending on… Read more »

Toothache Pain Equals a Warning Sign

Are toothache troubles getting you down? Are you tired of the aching tooth hurting every time you eat or talk? If so, consider the pain a message telling you something is wrong. When a toothache strikes, it’s important to think of it as a warning sign something is amiss. To help you understand more about… Read more »

Dental Facts and Findings on Endodontics

If you are having any sorts of issues with the inner workings of a tooth, it will need to be treated immediately. This is because the inner parts of a tooth include the pulp, which is the life force of the tooth. If the pulp is damaged, it means that it will either need to… Read more »

How Do I Care for Dental Problems That I Got During the Holidays?

If a dental problem developed on your smile while you were celebrating the holidays, then our dentist, Dr. , would like to help you restore your oral health and return to a top-notch smile. It’s important to treat your dental problems right away so they don’t get worse and affect more of the teeth, gums,… Read more »

Tips for Encouraging Good Oral Hygiene in Children

Promoting good oral hygiene habits in your child when they are young will go a long way towards helping them to maintain those practices as an adult. To aid in this endeavor, the American Dental Association notes that you start helping your child to brush and floss their teeth at a very early age. The… Read more »

The Mouth: The Gateway To The Body

It is debated whether the eyes are the window to the soul–but the mouth is definitely the gateway to the body. Your mouth health and your overall health are closely linked. The state of your gums, teeth, and other oral tissues can certainly impact your other bodily systems, and systemic illnesses can adversely affect your… Read more »

Getting Wisdom Teeth Removed

If you have wisdom teeth to be removed, you can have them removed in our office or be referred to a dental surgeon for surgery. Where you go will depend on the type and level of service you need to have completed. Here are some things you can anticipate from your treatment: When the wisdom… Read more »

A Complete Denture Can Help Replicate the Natural Function of Your Mouth

As you grow older, it’s possible for teeth to be lost to severe tooth decay or complications from chronic periodontal disease. Even the healthy teeth that remain might have compromised roots, or be at future risk for tooth loss. If you have lost a significant amount of oral bone structure to long term periodontal disease,… Read more »

Want to Know More About Brushing? Here Are Some Tooth Brushing Facts

As you may already know, your dentist, Dr. , strongly encourages you to brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes each time. This can help you have the top-notch smile and oral health you deserve. To help you know a little more about toothbrushes and brushing, our dental team is happy to share… Read more »

Added Fluoride Helps You Maintain Strong Teeth

The general health and integrity of your teeth can be affected by several factors, including nutrition, periodontal health, and oral hygiene practices. If you don’t consistently brush your teeth each morning and night or you forget to floss at least once each day, the bacterial presence in your mouth could cause a buildup of plaque… Read more »