Tooth Loss Complications Might Be Prevented With a Dental Bridge

Your teeth rely on one another to help maintain their alignment and support their basic functions. When a tooth is lost or extracted, the resulting space can create oral health problems. While a missing tooth will certainly impede your ability to chew your food, it can also make it more difficult to speak and can… Read more »

Treat Early Gum Disease Non Surgically With Scaling and Root Planing

Gum disease is gum tissue inflammation that leads to tooth and bone damage, but while in its earliest stages, it can be corrected with a simple process known as scaling and root planing to prevent irreversible damage. Plaque accumulation on the teeth in a common cause of gum disease because, if left untreated, it can… Read more »

Three Ways to Replace a Missing Tooth

If you are are struggling with one or more missing teeth, it is important to your future dental health to seek tooth replacement as soon as possible. Our friendly team is pleased to offer three methods of tooth replacement that fix the empty gaps in your smile based on your replacement needs: – Dental bridges… Read more »

Holiday Dentistry: Jaw Pain

Do you ever experience any jaw or facial pain? Is jaw or facial pain often present when you wake up in the morning? Depending upon the time of day in which you experience your jaw or facial pain, or the symptoms associated with it, it may be caused by numerous ailments and conditions. Jaw pain… Read more »

Talk to Your Dentist About Aging and Dental Health Today

For your teeth and gums to successfully function for as long as you do, always make sure you’re making the necessary steps to keep your smile safe. This includes cleaning your teeth on a daily basis, maintaining your oral hygiene, visiting your dentist for the required cleanings and oral examinations, and eating healthy foods and… Read more »

Should You See Your Dentist in Between Routine Cleanings?

Those six-month dental visits with your dentist and dental team are vital to helping you maintain healthy teeth and gums. Because your mouth is home to millions of oral bacteria which cause dental plaque, daily care and attention are necessary. Just like showering and bathing every day is important to your health, your teeth and… Read more »

How to Recognize a Cavity

Would you like to learn how to recognize a cavity so you can get it treated? It can be a little difficult to know before the cavity deepens, but we will outline some of the signs that you can look for. At its basic level, a cavity is a hole in your tooth, but what… Read more »

What Can Be the Cause of My Gum Pain?

If you’re suffering gum pain, you’re probably wondering why. Unfortunately, there are a few things that can cause gum pain—some are big and some are small. Oftentimes, the small cause can be something stuck in your gums or between your teeth. The big causes can be something along the lines of: -Gingivitis: This is the… Read more »

Why Choose Lumineers®?

Here at , Dr. is trained in the process of fitting you with dental veneers. And not just any veneers – Lumineers®. If you are considering getting dental veneers, Lumineers are your absolute best option. Here’s why: Traditional veneers require shaving off much of your natural tooth enamel to make room for the veneer. This… Read more »

Dentures 101

When most people hear the word “dentures” they think of older people. However, many younger adults in the United States have one or more missing teeth or teeth that need to be replaced. While many people are great candidates for dental implants, they aren’t for everyone. Some people don’t have the healthy gums or enough… Read more »