Oral Health Assessments: Gingivitis Prevention

Did you know that an early stage of gum disease is known as gingivitis? Gingivitis occurs when you have a gum tissue infection that goes untreated. Oftentimes, gingivitis is the result of poor oral hygiene and a failure to properly keep your teeth and gums safe from various health risks in your life. Not only… Read more »

Discussing Dentistry: Mouthwash

Are you aware of all the risks associated with allowing plaque buildup in your mouth? Plaque buildup can be a combination of food particles and debris along with bacteria that create a thin layer on top your teeth. If left untreated, it can lead to health risks such as dental erosion and cavities. Beyond your… Read more »

Assessing Your Oral Health Care

If you are unaware of your oral health situation, visit your dentist for a comprehensive oral exam. With the help of our dentist, we can analyze your oral health and determine which aspects of your life can be adjusted and modified to give you a better smile. Even simple fixes in your life like adjusting… Read more »

A Dental Implant Supported Bridge to Replicate the Function of Multiple Missing Teeth

When multiple teeth are lost in one part of your mouth it can lead to a variety of acute and chronic oral problems. This could include an unattractive smile, alterations in the clarity of your speech as well as an impaired ability to process food before swallowing. If the missing teeth are not restored in… Read more »

Symptoms of Gum Disease

Are you familiar with the symptoms of gum disease? Gum disease often arises due to issues with your oral health and causes infections in your gum tissue. If you have gum disease, it can progress over many years and slowly destroy your teeth and your gums. Thus, it is important that any stage of gum… Read more »

Chewing Gum And Its Effects

Chewing sugar-free gum can bring a lot of benefits to your mouth health, some of them unexpected. Studies show that chewing sugarless gum for 20 minutes after eating can help prevent cavity formation! The gum itself is not what fights cavities, but rather the natural process that it stimulates in your mouth. The act of… Read more »

Dentistry Essentials 101: TMJs

Caring for your teeth and gums includes caring for your face and jaw as well. If for any reason your jaw bone is ever damaged, the effects will linger in your mouth and severely inhibit your entire smile. Your jaw is essential for numerous factors including speaking, chewing, and eating properly. ┬áIf for any reason… Read more »

Outlining the Basics of Sedation Dentistry

Have you ever heard of sedation dentistry? If you suffer from dental anxiety, which is a condition in which you are afraid of visiting your dentist or receiving oral health care treatments, sedation dentistry can prove to be extremely effective. Furthermore, sedation dentistry is used to help calm and relax patients that must undergo deep… Read more »

Wisdom Tooth Surgery and Swelling

Impacted wisdom teeth normally go one of only two ways: they’re no concern at all or they’re a big concern. How will it turn out for you? While we hope that they’re no concern, we want to do all we can to prevent them from becoming a problem for you in the future. Here’s a… Read more »

Follow These Tips For a Smooth Recovery After Restorative Dental Treatment

If you are planning to receive restorative dental treatment in the near future, we can offer some excellent recovery tips to help you recover from the procedure. Naturally, our dentist will provide detailed post-op instructions after your treatment, but these tips should give you a good idea of what to expect with recovery. Dental Fillings… Read more »