Choosing a Dental Bridge for a Cracked Tooth

Cracking a tooth is not something you want to experience in your lifetime, especially more than once. It is especially problematic if the cracked tooth is so severe that is compromises your oral health and could result in the loss of the tooth. In the case of a badly cracked tooth, we can provide many… Read more »

The Best Smiles are Built with Root Canal Therapy

If you wish to enhance your oral health in the future, it is important to make sure that you deal with any oral ailments including pulp damage. Pulp damage occurs when the inner workings of a tooth that has the blood vessels, connective tissues, and nerves are damaged or diseased. If the pulp is damaged… Read more »

Canker Sores Versus Cold Sores

Mouth sores can be obnoxious. They are irritating and unsightly and can even be painful. Two of the most common varieties of mouth sores are canker sores and cold sores. Though often referred to interchangeably, they are not the same. Canker sores are small ulcerations with a white or grey base and a red outline…. Read more »

You Are Eligible for Dental Sealants

Are you vulnerable to cavities on your molars? If you don’t have oral sealants on them, the answer might be yes. We put together this post to help you learn a tiny bit of additional information about oral sealants; continue reading to further your knowledge, and feel free to phone us to arrange a visit… Read more »

Sugar Plums and Toothaches

The holidays are here, and with them comes a plethora of opportunities for sweet treats. While these may make you smile, they can be damaging to your teeth and gums. Sugar can actually be really bad for your smile, though the effects are indirect. When you don’t clean your teeth properly, a sticky film called… Read more »

Making Your Toothbrush Work For You

Do you know how to correctly take care of your most-used dental hygiene tool? There are many things to consider as you properly buy, store, and protect your toothbrush. Here are a few tips to get you started: Buy a new toothbrush every 3-4 months. Replace your brush earlier if the bristles look frayed or… Read more »

What Is the American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance?

You have heard that it is recommended to brush your teeth twice a day for 2 minutes each time, and to floss once a day. But who makes those recommendations? There is an organization called the American Dental Association, or ADA, that puts out those recommendations. The ADA is very helpful for many reasons, including… Read more »

Prepare Your Child’s Smile for Vacation by Using Our Tips

Your vacation is supposed to be a time of relaxation and adventure. Now imagine your child experiencing a dental issue or even a dental emergency. That doesn’t sound very fun, does it? Fortunately, you can prevent this by helping your child have a strong and healthy smile before you leave for vacation. You can do… Read more »

A Complete Set of Dentures Can Replace the Basic Function and Appearance of Your Missing Teeth

If you have struggled with poor oral hygiene in the past, then your teeth and gums are at increased risk of suffering from cavities and periodontal disease. Without professional treatment these two oral health conditions can result in the loss of multiple teeth. Even if you have several teeth remaining, severe periodontal disease could have… Read more »

What to do for Dental Emergencies

Accidents and emergencies are facts of life. At some time in our lives, we’ve all been to the emergency room at the hospital. But there can also be dental emergencies, just like there are other health emergencies. Do you know what to do in such an emergency? Here are some tips that you can use… Read more »