We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
What Causes Gingivitis to Develop and What Are the Symptoms of Gum Disease? Primarily, gingivitis develops due to a lack of good oral hygiene. If your gums bleed when you’re brushing and flossing or if you often have bad breath, those may be the first signs of gum disease. Read further to learn how to prevent, treat, and recognize gingivitis.…Continue reading
Do You Have a Dental Emergency? Dental emergencies are scary and they can turn your world upside down. You’re unable to eat or smile, you’re probably in considerable pain, and you may wonder how you’re going to resolve the issue. According to the CDC, unplanned dental issues account for more than $45 billion in lost job productivity and more than…Continue reading
Finding the best affordable dentist to place your implants can be a challenge. Many dental care providers are qualified to place implants, but they’re not all equally skilled. Some attained their knowledge and experience in a weekend class or a short training program. Others have extensive hands-on experience under their belts. Implants are long-term solutions, so you want yours to…Continue reading
Most babies don’t get their teeth until they reach six months of age, but it’s important to start attending to their dental needs from the beginning. You should start cleaning your baby’s gums soon after birth. Pediatric dentists suggest scheduling an initial visit before your baby’s first birthday to ensure that his teeth and gums are healthy. During your child’s…Continue reading
Keeping your smile healthy and bright should be a joint venture. It’s an important part of your dentist’s job, but there are many things you can do on your own. Here are six great ways to get the brighter, whiter smile you’ve always wanted. 1. Watch Your Drinking Habits As a general rule, any beverage that can stain a white…Continue reading
When it comes to correcting teeth, you have many options. If you want a stronger solution than both cosmetic dentistry veneers and cosmetic dental bonding, then dental crowns and bridges will be best choices for you. Use this helpful guide to decide between crowns and bridges. The Real Deal on Dental Crowns Dental crowns are used to cover a decayed…Continue reading
When missing teeth create a gap in your grin, there are several possible ways to correct the problem. First, find a qualified local dentist. After a thorough evaluation, your dentist will decide on the best way to restore your tooth’s appearance and function. Dental implants are often considered the best choice. They provide the most natural appearance and last longer…Continue reading
Does your teen have a healthy smile? Do you want to keep it that way? Your children’s teeth are meant to last a lifetime, but almost all kids face common dental problems as they grow up. Many of these problems require professional treatment in order to prevent serious consequences including infection and even tooth loss. Here are a few of…Continue reading
5 Reasons You Want a Dental Implant to Replace Missing Teeth Have you lost a tooth due to damage or disease? You can replace the missing tooth with dentures, a bridge, or a dental implant. But today, both dentists and patients agree that a dental implant is the most comfortable, best looking, and long-lasting tooth replacement option. What is a…Continue reading
Everyone has a few bad habits, and some of the things we do unconsciously might be wrecking our teeth. Dentists frequently see patients with cavities, excessive wear-and-tear, tooth damage, and even gum disease and tooth loss. Many of those patients could have prevented the damage by modifying a few behaviors. Listed below are nine of the most common bad dental…Continue reading