Discussing Dentistry: Mouth Guards

To help limit the signs of dental damage that may arise, you should make sure you’re using the appropriate mouth guard treatments. If your mouth guards are not designed to contour to your exact dental impression, you could be putting your teeth at risk of various forms of dental damage. Not only can you end… Read more »

Oral Health Care Plans: Jaw and Facial Pain Prevention

Several causes of oral accidents and injuries often arise that are linked to jaw and facial pain. Jaw pain can result from tenderness in the bone structures within your mouth as well as issues associated with biting, or headaches and earaches that you may be experiencing. Unfortunately, there are several different causes of jaw pain… Read more »

Replacing a Missing Tooth with a Dental Implant

Severe dental trauma and untreated cavities can sometimes cause severe damage to a tooth’s root. In some of these cases the dental structure is so badly compromised that a like Dr. needs to perform an emergency extraction. After your gums have healed and any infection concerns have abated can help you understand your dental restoration… Read more »

Oral Health Damage Control: Halitosis Treatment

Are you aware of what causes bad breath and how to properly treat it? Bad breath, sometimes called halitosis, is an oral health condition in which foul odors emanate out of your mouth. There are numerous factors and causes for bad breath, but as long as you take steps to help treat it, you can… Read more »

The Benefits of Chewing Gum

It may seem unexpected, but chewing sugar-free gum can bring a lot of benefits to your mouth health. According to numerous studies, chewing sugarless gum for 20 minutes after eating can help prevent cavity formation! These may seem a little far-fetched. Truth be told, the cavity-fighting does not happen from the sugarless gum itself, but… Read more »

Ways to Remember Your Dental Appointment

Although our dental team does everything we can to remind you of your dental appointments, there is still a chance you might forget. This puts your smile in danger, especially because dental checkups are vital when preventing gum disease and other dental issues. So, our , Dr. , encourages you to do everything you can… Read more »

Instructions on How to Properly Rinse With Mouthwash

Your , Dr. , encourages you to include rinsing in your oral hygiene routine. It’s best to rinse with antibacterial or fluoride mouthwash that has been approved by the American Dental Association. Make sure to rinse at least once a day. To help you rinse properly, has the instructions you need, which are: -Pour 4… Read more »

The First Steps in Treating a Dental Accident

Do you know what steps to take when protecting your dental health after an oral accident? We typically prepare for physical injuries, but often fail to learn how to protect teeth from injury. Our dentist and team offer these safety tips to help you treat your smile in the event of dental trauma: – If… Read more »

Achieve Optimum Holiday Health with Root Canal Therapy

It’s never too late to take necessary steps to potentially save a broken or damaged tooth. Even if a tooth is scheduled for an extraction, an endodontics treatment such as a root canal therapy may be able to save it. Millions of teeth are saved every year thanks to root canals by removing damaged pulps… Read more »

Focus Your Oral Health Care on Teenage Dentistry

  If being a teenager wasn’t hard enough, along with fluctuating hormones, they also have to deal with numerous changes and risks to their oral health. As the last of our teeth finally begin to grow in as a teen, it is important to make sure they grow in correctly. Not only can wisdom teeth… Read more »