A Chipped Tooth Is Often Highly Sensitive

At first a chipped tooth might not seem very serious. Some minor dental fractures have little more than cosmetic complications. Yet there are also times when a chipped tooth is highly sensitive when biting into certain foods or drinking certain beverages. If you have recently chipped or fractured a tooth, it’s best to seek professional… Read more »

Treatments for a Better Smile: Tooth Restorations

In situations where you have suffered severe dental damage and wish to enhance your smile, contact our team about the use of a tooth restoration treatment. Tooth restorations come in many different forms and can dramatically change the look and function of your teeth. Common varieties include the following: Dental crowns: Dental crowns for tooth… Read more »

Gingivitis: Increasing the Odds

Do you frequently get gingivitis? Do you know what can increase your chances of developing periodontal disease? Gingivitis can typically be noticed if you have red or swollen gums that may be tender and bleed easily. Gingivitis is an infection in the gums that can be mild but can become progressively worse if it is… Read more »

Maximizing Your Smile with Better Oral Health Care

Your oral health care can be at risk from certain lifestyle habits you may have. In order to make sure your oral health can remain in good condition and help your mouth to function as needed, take some time to inspect all aspects of your daily life, including your diet, teeth-cleaning efforts and lifestyle choices…. Read more »

The Links Between Your Oral Health and Chewing Gum

Enhancing your smile with sugarless chewing gum is easy. This is because very little effort is put into chewing gum and as long as your jaw is safe, it can help restore your smile in several ways as well as freshen your breath and eliminate residue that may be lingering behind. Although sugarless chewing gum… Read more »

The Connection Between Mouth and Body

You’ve probably heard about such things as the mind/body connection, but did you know that the mouth/body connection is also quite prominent? The health of the body and the health of the mouth are very closely connected. Studies have linked poor mouth health to diseases or conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, pregnancy complications and… Read more »

What You Eat and Drink on a Regular Basis Can Help or Harm Your Smile

Keeping your smile healthy and strong is just as vital to your self-image as having a healthy body. Today, our team in , is pleased to offer you easy ways to maintain healthy teeth and gums. Let’s take a look! Are your daily foods helping or harming your smile? To give your teeth (and gums)… Read more »

Superior Smiles Include Denture Prosthetics

Would you like to consider a tooth prosthetic that can be removed as needed? With the use of dentures, you can take out your prosthetics and clean them easily and safely. Not only can dentures be crafted for as little as a single tooth, but they can even be made and fashioned for entire rows… Read more »

Avoid the Issues of a Loose Dental Crown

We use a very strong dental adhesive to cement your dental crown and provide additional strength for the tooth and bite. Though the hold of the cement is very firm, situations such as a blow to the face or the development of gum disease can cause the cement between the crown and abutment to weaken,… Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Help Preserve Your Child’s Permanent Teeth

Helping your son or daughter maintain strong teeth and a healthy mouth encompasses many important factors. This includes making sure they brush their teeth each morning and night, as well as flossing between their teeth and along the gumline at least once each day. Furthermore, your routine dental checkups at ’s clinic are also important… Read more »