Use These Brushing Tips to Benefit Your Smile

Warding off tooth decay and gum disease is as easy as brushing your teeth properly at least twice a day and flossing at least once, in conjunction with regular dental cleanings. Believe it or not, there are better ways to brush your pearly whites than you might be doing. Today, Dr. and our team in… Read more »

Choosing Between Dentures or Implants

Replacing teeth is a big deal, and the method you choose to replace them with is a big decision. That’s why you need to examine all of your tooth restoration options before going through with the procedure. Two of the most common are dentures or dental implants. We’ll take a look today at both of… Read more »

A Piece of Food Stuck Between Your Teeth Needs Careful Care

It’s not uncommon to get a small piece of food stuck between your teeth when you eat. In most cases, it comes free on its own. However, there are other times when you might get a tough piece of food, like a meat fiber or popcorn hull, uncomfortably stuck in your teeth. To help safely… Read more »

Veneers Can Prevent Staining Issues While Improving the Appearance of Your Smile

Staining issues on your smile can leave you feeling self-conscious about your appearance. This problem could be compounded if you have teeth with visible fillings or chips. One of the most effective methods your dentist, Dr. , recommends for improving the appearance of your smile is to have dental veneers installed. Dental veneers in ,… Read more »

Insights on Selecting a New Brand of Dental Floss for You and Your Family

Flossing is the most effective way to clean plaque and residual food particles from between your teeth and along the gumline. The American Dental Association recommends that you floss your teeth once a day immediately after you’re done brushing. When shopping for dental floss, there are some minor variations to keep in mind. Most brands… Read more »

Restoring a Missing Filling with a Crown

Fillings are most commonly used to repair a small area of tooth decay. The passage of time and the pervasive nature of the bacteria in your mouth can sometimes work to weaken the cement anchoring your filling to the surrounding enamel. This can sometimes form a new pocket of decay inside the tooth, or cause the… Read more »

How to Take Care of a New Dental Treatment

Odds are, at some time you’ll need to visit a dentist and have some type of dental treatment. However, do you know what you should do—and avoid doing—after your treatment? Naturally, our dentist will tell you what you should do after your treatment, but we’re happy to give you a few ideas on what you… Read more »