Acid Reflux and Your Oral Health

What do you know about acid reflux? Have you heard that acid reflux can cause heartburn? Similarly, did you know that acid reflux might actually weaken your pearly whites? Luckily, you can do a few things if you’re interested in keeping your teeth healthy and strong—even if you have acid reflux. You see, if you… Read more »

A Removable Partial Can Replace the Function of Multiple Lost Teeth

Tooth loss is no laughing matter. It is especially disconcerting if dental avulsion, gum disease or rampant tooth decay has caused the loss of multiple teeth in one area of your mouth. Rather than struggle with severely impaired oral function, many people will contact Dr. to explore their dental restoration options. If you are put… Read more »

Cavity Prevention is Aided by Increased Fluoride Exposure

The mineral density of your tooth enamel is largely responsible for preventing bacteria access to the sensitive internal structures of a tooth. If you regularly consume acidic products or you struggle to maintain a consistent daily oral hygiene routine, it could deplete some of the mineral strength of your tooth enamel. Fortunately, exposing your teeth… Read more »

Learn the Top Causes to Gum Disease

Like anything important in life, learning the facts about it can help you understand things better. Dental care is no different. Let’s face it, gum disease is dangerous. Too often, people ignore the causes and find themselves in the middle of needing serious dental care that can be both costly and painful. Luckily, gum disease… Read more »

Your Smile Deserves a Full Deck, so Fill in Your Gaps with Dental Implants

If you have missing teeth, it is possible for harmful bacteria to fester in the hidden space left behind by the lost tooth and cause further damage and destruction to your remaining healthy teeth. Your smile deserves a full deck, so fill in your gaps with dental implants. The benefits of dental implants include: –… Read more »

Don’t Let Damaged Teeth Ruin Your Smile

Even with proper daily oral health care habits such as brushing twice daily and flossing daily, you are still at risk for many types of oral damage. Dental crowns consist of a dental restoration procedure that caps teeth in order to prevent further damage from taking place. In children who are at a high risk… Read more »

The New Year’s Health Care Quiz!

Happy New Year from our team at ! Once again this year, we look forward to meeting all your oral health care needs. If you have any dental questions or concerns, we are here to help. How did your oral health care go for 2016? Did you take all possible steps to improve your teeth… Read more »

Take the Steps Necessary to Recover From an Oral Emergency

If you ever find yourself in an oral emergency, it is important to follow the proper guidelines to avoid further harm to your teeth and gums. Sometimes, your reaction to a situation could be the difference of a successful recovery or the complete loss of a tooth or two. Our team at wants you to… Read more »

Porcelain Dental Veneers Improve Your Smile While Making It Easy to Maintain

Many adults suffer cosmetic imperfections on the teeth in their smile. This might come in the form of chips, stains or mismatched fillings. Fortunately, Dr. is well versed in a wide range of cosmetic dentistry treatments that can give you the winning smile you deserve. Dental veneers can be used to remedy teeth with chips… Read more »

How to Have a Smile-Healthy Thanksgiving

Did you know that Thanksgiving can be a scary holiday for your smile? Well, it’s true! There are many foods, habits, and activities that can put your teeth and gums in danger. So, it’s important to keep your smile in mind and take good care of it this Thanksgiving holiday. Our team recommends doing so… Read more »