How to Deal With a Broken Tooth

Have you recently broken a tooth in , ? If so, Dr. and our dental team have some information that can help you handle the situation and even save the tooth. The first thing you need to do is call our office and schedule an emergency appointment. Next, rinse your mouth with cold water. This… Read more »

Oral Health Essentials: Tooth Extractions

To make sure a person’s mouth remains healthy, there are moments when teeth need to be extracted, either because they have failed or they pose a risk to other nearby teeth. When a tooth needs to be removed, it is important for a patient to plan for recovery treatments before and after the extraction. If… Read more »

Fun Facts About Dental Fillings

Cavities can be eradicated with the help of dental fillings. Dental fillings are designed to eliminate cavities from a tooth and prevent their return. Dental fillings can be applied with an assortment of materials based on the needs of your smile. Dental amalgams have been in existence for a very long time, over 150 years… Read more »

Cavity Prevention Begins with Healthy Eating Habits

Protecting your teeth against cavities begins with every substance you place in your mouth, specifically the meals you eat on a daily basis. Cavity prevention begins with healthy eating habits. For a list of suggestions, see the following: – Consider using additional oral cleaning tools such as water flossers, mouthwash, and sugarless gum to help… Read more »

Tips on Helping Your Child Have a Good Dental Visit

Dr. and our dental team want your child to have a positive and successful dental appointment when they come to . However, we can’t make that possible on our own—we need your help. There are things you can do to help your child feel calm and comfortable in the dental chair. First, you can use… Read more »

A Bridge Can Serve as an Effective Alternative to a Dental Implant

Missing a tooth can cause a plethora of different complications in your mouth. Beyond the obvious impairments to your ability to chew, changes in your appearance, and possible alterations in your speech, the void in your mouth can also cause orthodontic problems. As time goes by, the teeth neighboring the void can start to turn… Read more »

Is Mouthwash Helpful?

You already brush twice a day, floss every day, and you want to know–is there anything else you could be doing? Mouthwash (also called mouthrinse) can be a good addition to the oral health routine of some people, though it is not a substitute for brushing and interdental cleaning. When used in addition to brushing… Read more »

What Are You Doing to Keep Your Toothbrush Clean?

What are you doing to keep your toothbrush clean? If you are looking to improve your tooth brushing skills, one easy technique is to improve the care you give to your toothbrush. If your toothbrush is past its expiration date or has fallen into disrepair, it will not be able to do the job expected… Read more »

A Tooth Damaged by Dental Attrition Might Need a Crown

Minor changes in the alignment of your teeth can have long-term consequences. As hard as your tooth enamel is, an unnatural amount of wear and tear between two teeth can still lead to problems with dental attrition in your bite pattern. If it’s caught early, or if the area of damaged enamel is small, our… Read more »

Types of Cosmetic Dentistry That We Offer

Cosmetic dentistry has uses that exceed simple aesthetics. There are many treatments that repair teeth that can cracks, breaks, chips, or fractures. Other services can replace teeth that have been extracted due to decay. Cosmetic dentistry can also allow you the size, shape, color, and feel you desire for your teeth. If you are seeking… Read more »