Holiday Season Basics: Smile Tips

Happy Halloween! With a Spooktacular Halloween on the horizon, we wish you and yours a wonderful holiday. However, be sure to exercise care with your teeth and gums so they can enjoy many more holidays to come. This means practicing effective oral health care routines and being careful of the products you consume. Numerous products… Read more »

Do You Know Much About Flossing? Try Our Flossing Quiz

Flossing is vital for a strong and healthy smile. In fact, you need to floss regularly to keep dental issues at bay. So, the more you know about flossing, the better because it will help you take good care of your teeth and gums. To find out how much you truly know about flossing, our… Read more »

Dental Crowns: What You Should Know

It probably doesn’t surprise you to hear that brushing and flossing are extremely important if you want to keep your teeth healthy and strong. You may have heard that you may have to deal with problems like tooth decay and gum disease if you don’t keep your teeth clean. Fortunately, dental crowns could help you… Read more »

Good Oral Care Habits For Children

Have you heard that caring for your little one’s teeth could actually help your child stay healthier overall? The health of your child’s mouth and the health of your child’s body are connected. There are a few things you should know when it comes to protecting your little one’s oral health. Poor dental hygiene can… Read more »

Your Diet and Your Teeth

Did you know that there’s a direct link between how healthy your teeth are, and the diet you eat? A lot of people don’t understand this relationship, but doing so is imperative if you want to have the best oral health possible. With that in mind, let’s look at what your dentist and team here… Read more »

Brushing Your Teeth To Perfection This Thanksgiving

As the autumn winds ascend upon our dusty homes this season, we must remember that even though the trees will decay, your teeth should not as well. The best proven method for fighting tooth decay is continually fighting back. If you take time off, and let harmful bacteria attack your teeth and gums, cavities can… Read more »

Learning About Dental Implants

Are you wanting to restore your smile? If so, you are not alone. Thousands of people wish they had the stunning smile they dreamed of. Dental implants can now restore your smile and keep your jaw bone healthy and strong. To help you learn more about dental implants. Our friendly staff here at in ,… Read more »

A Dental Implant Bridge Needs to Be Brushed and Flossed

Your new bridge mounted on dental implants represents a serious investment in restoring the full function and appearance of multiple lost teeth. While the bridge and the underlying titanium abutments are made from materials that are not subject to tooth decay, it will still need to be brushed and flossed twice each day. If residual… Read more »

Hardened Tartar at the Gum Line Is the Primary Cause of Gum Disease

Poor oral hygiene and an ineffective daily oral hygiene routine, will not thoroughly remove residual food particles and plaque from teeth and the gum line. When this happens these materials can harden into bacterially dense, hardened tartar. This constant bacterial presence at the gum line is considered to be the primary cause of gum disease…. Read more »

When you Need Emergency Dental Care

Your teeth are the one part of your body that can’t repair themselves. This is why taking care of them is so important. If you neglect tooth health, you’ll end up in need of costly cosmetic dentistry. That’s why is imperative to understand when you need emergency dental care. Taking care of tooth emergencies immediately… Read more »