Daily Care and Cleaning Will Help You Maintain the Integrity of Your Temporary Crown

Each dental crown restoration requires two different appointments. Dr. will start by removing the tooth enamel layer, leaving behind a healthy sheath of dentin that is called an abutment. A hard, plastic cap, known as a temporary crown, will then be secured over the abutment to protect it while the dental lab technician works to… Read more »

Information about the American Dental Association

Your dentist, Dr. is a member of the American Dental Association (ADA). You may have also seen the ADA seal of acceptance on your toothpaste, mouthwash, teeth whitening strips, floss or other products. What does all this mean? Here’s some useful information: What is the American Dental Association (ADA)? The ADA educates dentists and patients… Read more »

Regular Dental Checkups: The Benefits

You may already know that visiting a dentist is wise if you are experiencing symptoms like pain, inflamed or bleeding gums, or tooth sensitivity to hot and cold. We also recommend visiting us if you have a dental emergency, such as a cracked or fractured tooth. Still, have you ever been told that it’s still… Read more »

Do You Want to Improve Your Smile Even More? Chew on This!

Do you want to improve your smile even more? Are you looking for oral health care treatments that you can use on the go when brushing or flossing treatments are not readily available? Luckily, there are a few options that can keep your smile going strong until brushing and flossing become available. This includes chewing… Read more »

Say No to Cavities

We all know that cavity prevention is one of the biggest reasons we visit the dentist, brush our teeth, and floss, all on a regular basis. If you skip out on any of these for extended periods of time, you’ll likely end up with a cavity or two to show for it. To help reinforce… Read more »

Daily Tips to Keeping Your Teeth and Gums in Tip-Top Shape

By choosing to keep your teeth and gums in tip-top shape, you are choosing to keep your smile healthy. Having healthy teeth and gums can help you avoid serious oral health problems like cavities, gum disease, tooth loss, and even bone loss. That is why it is important to keep your oral health in tip-top… Read more »

What You Should Know About Oral Cancer Screening

You probably know that there are a few basic things you’ll need to do if you’re interested in keeping your teeth healthy. For instance, you probably know that you should brush your teeth for two minutes at a time every day. You may also know that visiting a dentist once every six months is important…. Read more »

Perfect Your Smile With Dental Veneers

Have you always wanted the perfect smile but brushing and flossing alone couldn’t do the trick? Unfortunately, the very best of smiles may not be possible for everyone without flawless genetics or years of orthodontic alignment treatments and perfect oral hygiene habits. Luckily, there is still hope for everyone wishing for a movie-star smile: dental… Read more »

How to Achieve a Stunning Christmas Smile

Christmas is a special time of year, and it can be even more special if you have the perfect smile. Having a stunning and bright smile will help you feel confident when you laugh, talk and smile. So, if you’re interested in achieving your dream smile just in time for Christmas, then our team encourages… Read more »

Stronger Tooth Enamel Can Be Achieved by a Fluoride Treatment

As hard as your teeth are, it is still possible for poor oral hygiene and the acidic foods and beverages you consume to erode the microscopic density of your tooth enamel. Over an extended period of time, this can leave your teeth vulnerable to tooth sensitivity and decay. Well-established research has found that increased fluoride… Read more »