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.
You probably don’t think much about brushing up on your brushing skills, but that may be what you need to ensure that you have good dental health. If your tooth-brushing skills have deteriorated over time and you now spend maybe a half-minute brushing in the morning, maybe some refresher tips can help you boost your tooth-brushing skills while you improve…Continue reading
Our dentists offer practical help for patients who may be embarrassed or worried about misaligned teeth. Crooked teeth can affect the appearance of your smile and can have a seriously negative effect on your self-confidence, especially around people you do not know well. However, the metallic appearance of traditional braces is a strong deterrent for some people in obtaining the…Continue reading
Are you feeling stressed due to the coronavirus pandemic? If so, then you are not alone. Dentists have reported that since the beginning of the pandemic related shutdowns, they have seen an alarming increase in the number of patients coming in with issues such as migraines, tooth sensitivity, jaw pain and tooth fractures. What is the one thing that all…Continue reading
Whether you’re working or playing, eating or drinking, your mouth is hard at work for you. It ensures that you’re well-fed, that you can take your medicine, are able to chat with your friends and co-workers, and take care of your kids. With all these responsibilities, it’s important to keep your mouth, your gums, and your teeth in the best…Continue reading
Are Dental Implants Right for You? If you are missing some teeth as a result of injuries, tooth decay or gum disease, dental implants might be the right solution for you. These advanced artificial teeth are designed to stay in place and provide the support you need to speak, eat and interact with others with greater confidence. Our team of…Continue reading
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