All You Need to Know About Dry Mouth

Do you have a constant dry mouth? If so, did you ever think that maybe your dry mouth is a dental issue? Well, it’s true. Dry mouth is a common dental issue that many people suffer with. It is a problem that involves inadequate saliva flow. This condition is not a disease, but it could… Read more »

Did You Know Dentures Can Restore Your Smile? Find Out More Here!

Did you know that dentures can restore your smile? If you have missing teeth, or even if you are missing all your teeth, there are plenty of treatment options available at to ensure your future oral health will not be lost. With a little help from our dentists and your perseverance to oral hygiene, you… Read more »

TMJ Disorder: The Facts

If you experience headaches regularly, or frequently have a sore jaw, what should you do? While visiting your doctor may seem like an obvious solution, would you be surprised to learn that our team may be able to help as well? You see, consistent jaw pain could be a symptom of TMJ disorder. Untreated TMJ… Read more »

Having a Tooth Knocked Out Calls for Quality First Aid

The American Association of Endodontists estimates that nearly five million teeth are knocked out annually. They are often a result of athletic activities or household accidents that cause a hard blow to the face. When this happens, the trauma associated calls for the rendering of quality first aid. If there are blood or debris in… Read more »

Serve up a Smile-Friendly Thanksgiving

Whether you are planning a family feast or traveling to connect with loved ones this Thanksgiving, we encourage you to celebrate the festivities by making healthy choices for your healthy smile. At in , , and our team want to share some healthy tips to help you celebrate the holidays with a smile. Serving Thanks… Read more »

A Loose Crown Needs Treatment to Prevent Serious Complications

When your dentist, Dr. , installed your dental crown, used a powerful dental cement that was meant to hold the crown in place for many years to come. However, there are some instances when a hard blow to the face or gum disease can affect the cement. Chronic gum disease can allow bacteria to access… Read more »

This Holiday Season, Trust the Daily Four to Keep Your Smile Healthy

Fall is officially in full swing now that October is here, but were you aware that October is also National Dental Hygiene Month? While we are always eager to spread awareness for oral health at in , , we are pleased to share the National Dental Hygiene month message of Do The Daily 4. Designed to… Read more »

A Porcelain Crown Can Be Used to Restore the Appearance of an Unappealing Tooth

Chips, deep stains, old fillings and other imperfections on one or more of your teeth can leave you feeling self-conscious. Fortunately, your dentist, Dr. , has the training and experience to help you understand your cosmetic restoration options. One of the most effective methods for improving the appearance of an unappealing tooth in your smile… Read more »

Facts on the Stages of Gum Disease

As you probably know, gum disease is something you should strive to avoid. You’ve probably heard that, in order to keep your teeth healthy and strong, you should brush and floss regularly. Similarly, you probably know that you should visit a dentist once every six months for a routine cleaning and exam. However, do you… Read more »

Your Implanted Bridge Needs Daily Care and Cleaning

Even though your titanium dental implants and dental bridge are made of artificial materials, they still require daily care and cleaning. If residual food particles and plaque are not cleaned away by daily brushing and flossing, they can harden into tartar. This promotes gum disease that can, in time, compromise the abutments that are anchoring… Read more »