What Is the Best Way to Protect Your Smile?

What is the best way to protect your smile? Although there are many treatments out there for a number of oral health ailments, it’s best to deal with any problematic situations before they even begin. However, in some cases, damage to your teeth and gums is done very quickly, so you must fortify your mouth… Read more »

Dentures: What You Should Know

If you’ve ever lost one of your pearly whites, you probably understand how painful it can be. For example, if you’re missing one of your teeth, you might struggle to make certain sounds or experience sharp pain or discomfort while you eat. There are several solutions you can try, including dentures. However, even though you… Read more »

Don’t Be Fooled by Imitation Teeth Whitening Treatments

With the all the attention we place on white teeth, various treatments that offer it are becoming more and more readily available, even in many local grocery stores. Don’t be fooled by imitation teeth whitening treatments. Always speak with your dentist before trying any new oral health care product. If you are interested in professional… Read more »

Why You Should Consider Invisalign® for Your Straighter Smile

Invisalign has been helping millions of people have straighter, more aligned smiles. In fact, 4 million people have transformed their smiles wearing the Invisalign aligner system, as of December 2016. So, if you have been seeking to have your smile straightened without the traditional route of wearing braces, Invisalign might be just right for your… Read more »

Oral Health Tips to Keep Your Smile Healthy During Your Holiday Parties

The holiday season is a great time of year. It’s full of joy, cheer, and holiday spirit. However, there’s a chance it could be a scary time for your smile, especially if you don’t keep your teeth and gums in mind while you’re at your holiday parties. So, to help you keep your smile in… Read more »

High and Low Altitudes Affect Ears and Teeth

Do you ever wonder why your ears pop while you’re on a plane or driving in the car? Well, it’s because of the change in altitude. A change in altitude usually affects the ears, but did you know it can affect the teeth as well? It’s true! If you have damaged or loosened dental restorations… Read more »

The Top Features of Modern-Day Dental Implants

Modern-Day dental implants have far-reaching advantages over the products of the past and are rapidly becoming more widely accepted over many other products such as bridgework or dentures. For starters: – Implants prevent bone loss, which can cause shifting of the other teeth in the area around the missing tooth. – The bone around the… Read more »

Loose Dentures: A Few Facts

As you probably know, dentures are usually thought of as a restoration option for the elderly. For this reason, most people don’t usually think of dentures as an option for replacing missing teeth. However, would you be surprised to learn that dentures can actually be extremely useful for anyone who is missing teeth—regardless of their… Read more »

Dealing With Black Hairy Tongue

Does your tongue look black or feel a little hairy? While this is uncommon, it is actually a harmless condition referred to as black hairy tongue. Luckily, while this isn’t a pleasant experience, it isn’t typically too difficult to prevent. You see, black hairy tongue is caused when too much yeast or bacteria grows in… Read more »

A Lost Tooth Can Be Replaced With a Bridge

An area of tooth decay that is left unaddressed for too long can eventually compromise the tooth to the point that our dentist simply cannot save it by any other means. Once the tooth has been extracted and your gums have healed, we can help you understand your restoration options. In many cases, we may… Read more »