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 »

Should a Composite Dental Filling Repair Your Cavity?

If you have a tooth in your smile that is easily seen by others but has also developed a cavity, our dentist may recommend a composite (tooth-colored) dental filling to repair the problem. We can help you determine if a composite dental filling is the right treatment for your tooth. Composite fillings are a combination… Read more »

Fixing Your Yellow Teeth

If your teeth are turning yellow, you may feel self-conscious about how they look, the condition could be linked to any number of things, some of which could use the attention of a dentist. If your enamel is starting to wear away, the dentin underneath, which is yellow in color, may become visible. Tobacco can… Read more »

Improve Your Routine by Knowing These Oral Hygiene Secrets

If you think you have the perfect oral hygiene routine, think again. There is always room for improvement. Little did you know, there are oral hygiene secrets that can help you have the top-notch oral hygiene routine your smile needs. Our dentist, Dr. , wants you to have the effective and successful routine you desire,… Read more »

Interdental Cleaning Tools: Water Flossers

  Would you like to upgrade your oral health care treatment daily routine? Would you like to improve the type of dental floss you are using to clean between teeth? If so, consider switching out traditional threaded floss for a water flosser. Water flossers are highly advanced interdental cleaning tools that can be purchased online… Read more »