ARE YOU ON SOCIAL MEDIA?

We are too. We know it might seem crazy to follow a healthcare provider on Facebook or Instagram, but we honestly treasure our relationships with you. We consider you friends, and we care about what’s going on in your lives! The Advantage To YOU, Our Valued Patient No obnoxious self-promotion; every post is considered from… Read more »

There Are Several Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Chances of Suffering an Oral Emergency

Your mouth is just as susceptible to injury and trauma as any other part of the body. At the same time, when an oral emergency does occur, it can often result in serious pain, complications and treatment expense. To that end, your dentist, Dr. , offers these simple suggestions to help reduce your chances of… Read more »

The FAQs About Your Dental Checkup

Our dental team cares about you and your smile, which is why we strongly encourage you to take good care of your teeth and gums by keeping up on oral hygiene and visiting your dentist. However, we understand that visiting your dentist might be a difficult task if you’re not sure why you need to… Read more »

When a tooth Needs Extraction

Extracting teeth is usually a last-resort option since keeping your natural teeth in your mouth is the best for your oral health. However, there are some instances where Dr. doesn’t have a choice and has to extract your tooth to save your other teeth. This is usually because a tooth that needs extraction has an… Read more »

Fix Bad Breath

Suffering from chronic bad breath, or halitosis, isn’t a pleasant experience. It can have a negative impact on your comfort level in social situations. It’s also embarrassing, which makes wanting to go out and do anything something you’ll think twice about. So let’s look at what Dr. recommends you do to combat bad breath when… Read more »

You Should Always See Toothache Pain as a Sign of a Serious Problem

A toothache or a pain deep inside your gums can be from several different causes. Regardless of the source, you should never disregard a toothache as it is almost always a sign that something is wrong with the tooth. If there was not an event that preceded the toothache, then it most likely means that… Read more »

Onlays and Inlays Are Used to Repair Large Cavities

The biting surfaces of premolars and molars are designed to make your teeth more efficient at grinding and chewing tough foods. Unfortunately, these areas can also be hard to clean, which means they could potentially trap residual food particles. In time, these areas could come to harbor large areas of tooth decay that could prove… Read more »

The Basics of Dental Implant Treatment

Would you like to know more about dental implant treatment? If so, our team is more than happy to help you! Dental implant treatment in , , only requires three important steps. Those steps are: Step 1: First, we will examine your smile and create an individualized treatment plan. In order to do so, we… Read more »

The Tale of the Toothbrush

Dental hygiene is an irreplaceable contributor to oral health. Proper dental hygiene includes brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing once a day. Teeth care dates back for thousands of years. However, early dental care tools were very different from what we use today. Let’s explore the history of the toothbrush together. Tools for… Read more »

An Effective Flossing Technique Is Absolutely Essential for Preventing Gum Disease

Hardened tartar at the gumline is the leading cause of periodontal disease. The American Dental Association estimates that nearly half of the population over the age of 30 has some form of periodontal disease. The inflammation and eventual infection is more commonly known as gum disease. The ADA encourages you to brush twice a day… Read more »