How Routine Dental Checkups Help Your Smile in the Long Run

When you come in for dental exams and we have cleaned your teeth and gum line and removed any hardened plaque, our dentist can look at them for any signs of trouble, such as cavities, loose or broken teeth, damaged fillings, and evaluate your risk rate of certain diseases which might also take into account... Read more »

Are You Curious About Teeth Whitening?

What causes teeth to change color? There are several reasons why your teeth may become discolored or stained over time. Some of the most common reasons for teeth staining include: – Age – Bright or dark food and beverages – Trauma – Smoking and chewing tobacco – Some medicines How does teeth whitening work? Teeth… Read more »

Options for Fighting Bad Breath

Everybody hates dragon breath, and unfortunately, it’s a common problem. If you have bad breath, there are certain short-term and long-term measures you can take. Allow Dr. and our team to offer some helpful tips for banishing bad breath. Eat a Mint or Chew Gum Sugar-free mints and gum are really helpful to quickly mask… Read more »

6 Foods That Are Good for Teeth

You’ve likely heard of diets that can aid the health of your body, but are you aware that you can also go on a diet for your teeth and gums? That’s right! Continue reading to learn about foods that are great for your teeth. Cheese The chewing required to eat cheese increases saliva flow in… Read more »

Advantages Veneers Can Bring to Your Smile

Do you dream of having a Hollywood smile? material that are cemented to the front of the visible teeth to improve their appearance. There are many benefits to choosing veneers. Read on for an overview of just a few. Whiten Your Smile Easily There are many things that can stain your smile, including coffee, cigarettes,… Read more »

How to Brush & Floss Your Teeth

Most people know how important it is to brush your teeth every day. However, you may not realize how important flossing is. Dr. and our team stress the importance of a well-rounded dental hygiene routine. We are happy to give you tips for proper, thorough dental care at home. How to Brush Your Teeth You… Read more »

What to Do in a Dental Emergency

Even if you practice proper dental hygiene and visit our office regularly, dental emergencies may occur. Dr. and our team stress that you know what to do in these situations. There are things you can do at home to relieve discomfort and minimize damage before you come in to our office. Toothache If you have… Read more »

Sugarless Gum and Your Teeth

Believe it or not, chewing sugarless gum is very beneficial to your dental health. Chewing gum has been around since ancient times. AN early recipe for chewing gum included tree sap, and since then the recipe has been enhanced with colors, flavors and other ingredients. Since many people think of gum as a type of… Read more »

Oral Health Care Damage Control: Mouthwash

Are you aware of the difference between therapeutic mouthwash and cosmetic mouthwash? Due to the fact that mouthwash can sometimes be used for improving your oral health care, it is important to make sure you’re using the right products. Cosmetic mouthwashes are mainly used for reducing bad breath and masking its smells, while therapeutic mouthwash… Read more »

Signs & Causes of Dry Mouth

Dry mouth is a condition in which there is not enough saliva in the mouth. Most people experience dry mouth from time to time, but having dry most or all of the time can cause serious health issues. Since saliva is a key component in cleaning the mouth, dry mouth can increase the chance of… Read more »