The Best Rinsing Technique for Your Mouth

Did you know it’s best to include rinsing in your oral hygiene routine? Well, it’s true! It’s recommended to brush twice a day, floss once a day, and rinse daily. To help you properly rinse your mouth, Dr. and our dental team have some instructions for you. First, it’s important to use a mouthwash that… Read more »

Teeth Whitening: Consider These Things Before You Start Treatment

Are you interested in beautifying your smile by eliminating your unattractive tooth discoloration? If so, teeth whitening can help you achieve your smile goals. However, although teeth whitening is extremely beneficial, there are some things you should consider before starting treatment. First, some whitening treatments can’t remove every stain in your smile. This means regular… Read more »

A Porcelain Crown Restoration Might Be Needed to Repair a Tooth in Your Smile

The teeth in your smile typically have shallow tooth enamel, compared to the premolars and molars in the back of your mouth. When a chip or modest area of tooth decay develops on one of these front teeth, the compromised area of tooth enamel might be too large for Dr. to viably secure a filling… Read more »

Gum and Mints: What You Should Know

Do you have bad breath? If so you may understand how embarrassing it could be. Luckily, there are a number of solutions you can try, such as brushing your teeth or using mouthwash. Fortunately, there are several things you can do about your bad breath, even if your toothbrush or mouthwash isn’t available. In reality,… Read more »

Dental Implants: The Benefits

Do you have a missing tooth? Do you ever feel too embarrassed to smile? Is it hard to pronounce certain sounds? If so, we recommend replacing your missing tooth as soon as possible. In fact, if you’re missing a tooth, you should have the problem addressed regardless of these issues because missing a tooth makes… Read more »

What Is Periodontal Disease?

What is periodontal disease? Although it comes in a variety of forms, periodontal disease, also commonly referred to as gum disease, is an oral infection caused by damage to your gum tissue within your mouth. Although gum disease has many stages, if left untreated it can eventually lead to infection and tooth loss. Listed below… Read more »

The Benefits of Chewing Gum After Meals

The benefits of chewing gum after meals include a variety of oral health benefits. Beware, chewing gum does contain sugar, so in order to prevent further risks from occurring, stick to sugarless gum. Listed below are some benefits sugarless gum can provide: Sugarless gum, when chewed for a period longer than twenty minutes, can produce… Read more »

Cavity Prevention Tips and Guidelines

A cavity is caused by the wearing down of tooth enamel until a hole if formed in the tooth. Although tooth enamel can be damaged in a variety of ways, they are most often caused by the foods that we eat being converted into harmful acids in our mouth. Combating cavities begins with preventing the… Read more »

Gum Disease is Caused by Many Factors

There are many factors that cause gum disease. Many of these factors can be avoided with simple steps in your daily oral hygiene care. By having a healthy teeth-cleaning routine, you can avoid this disease and keep your smile healthy. Gum disease can be dangerous, which is why our team here at in , ,… Read more »

Dental Myths: The Facts

You probably know that there are a number of things you should do if you’re interested in keeping your teeth healthy. For instance, you probably know that you should brush and floss your teeth. However, would you be surprised to learn you may have been told a few things that aren’t completely true? One common… Read more »