Oral Health Outliers: Oral Cancer Symptoms and Screenings

Tracking your smile includes making sure that anytime you are suffering from issues associated with your oral health, you are being treated accordingly. The more you do to improve your smile and your oral health care, the better chance you have of reversing any issues. However, some conditions are simply unexplainable and can arise in… Read more »

The Point of Pediatric Dentistry

Do you wonder if you should bring your child to the dentist? Did you know if you teach your child the importance of oral hygiene when they are young, you are setting them up for a lifetime of positive and healthy oral hygiene habits? Yes, it’s true! Our dentist, Dr. with in , , understands… Read more »

Better Smiles Begin with Dental Anxiety Treatments

Although you may have heard many kids expressing discomfort about visiting their dentist office, many people suffer from dental anxiety. In part, dental anxiety comes from fear of the unknown, and simply talking with the dentist and staff about your procedure may go a long way to easing your mind. If you suffer from dental… Read more »

How to Protect Your Oral Health

Do you wish to enhance your oral health care through healthy lifestyle choices? Have you ever thought about ways that you can protect your teeth besides daily brushing and flossing? The truth is that there are numerous oral health care practices you can incorporate into your day-to-day life to help improve your oral health. Caring… Read more »

Teething Tips

Is your child teething? If so, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to help you soothe them. Teething is a big stage in life, and it can be quite irritating and painful (for you and your child). So, to help you and your child get through this teething stage, is happy to give you some… Read more »

Get the Fast Facts on Flossing

Even if you are one of the world’s best brushers, and even if you use the highest-quality mouthwash on the market, if you aren’t flossing your teeth, you are still putting them at risk. Plaque, bacteria and food particles accumulate in the spaces between your teeth, where your toothbrush can’t reach. To floss effectively, you… Read more »

Understanding Why We Pull Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth sometimes become a kind of a show-and-tell item for lots of teenagers (and a few adults), but removing them could be in your best interest if you’ve had them erupt. Here are some reasons why you should deliberate on having your completely- or partially-erupted wisdom teeth removed at our office: Even if wisdom… Read more »

Enjoy the New Year with Your New Smile Thanks to Halitosis Prevention

  Halitosis, also known as bad breath, is a common oral health condition that occurs due to bacteria buildup in your mouth. These bacteria in your mouth, however, can often be caused by the foods you eat and other unhealthy lifestyle habits as well. In order to prevent bad breath, it is important to first… Read more »

Composite Dental Fillings Can Address Visible Cavities

There are many oral health problems that can affect your smile, and the risk increases if you have poor oral hygiene habits. When you develop a dental cavity in a very visible area of your smile, you may feel self-conscious about showing off your teeth. Tooth decay on a prominent tooth can often be corrected… Read more »

Denture Alternatives

We regularly get asked if there are alternatives to dentures. The first thing we say is that brushing your chompers twice per day is a great alternative to false teeth, as is flossing daily! If you really believe dentures may not be right for you, please let Dr. know; there are some alternatives to false… Read more »