Sedation Can Help Reduce Your Dental Anxiety

Dr. at understands that some patients may have a certain level of anxiety about their dental visit. And in some procedures, patients may need to be sedated in order to make the visit more comfortable for them. There are several ways that we can make your visit with us easier. Let’s look at them: Nitrous… Read more »

The Facts on Dentures

Have you been thinking about dentures, but are unsure of the details? If so, you have come to the right place! Dentures can restore your smile for many different reasons. To give you some basic information on dentures, our team here at in , , is happy to provide you with these tips, so you… Read more »

Is Your Smile Suffering from Bad Breath Symptoms?

Is your smile suffering from bad breath symptoms? Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is caused by bacteria that produces a nasty or foul odor emanating from your mouth. It is commonly caused by poor oral hygiene but it may also be a symptom of a far more serious ailment within your mouth or body…. Read more »

Is Cosmetic Dentistry for You?

The dental industry is seeing a lot of increased popularity when it comes to cosmetic dentistry. Cosmetic dentistry is a great way for a person to improve their smile, as it offers quite a few options to improve many ailments. Options for cosmetic dentistry include everything from teeth whitening to reshaping the gum line to… Read more »

How a Dental Crown Can Restore Your Tooth

Are you familiar with how a dental crown can restore your tooth, and consequently, your smile? and our team are pleased to be able to offer dental crowns for our patients in , and the neighboring communities who are looking to repair damaged teeth. Whether you need to restore a tooth, anchor and attach a… Read more »

Caring for Your Teeth Begins Every Time You Brush

Caring for your teeth begins every time you brush. Because food particles can do their damage in our mouths simply by lingering around, it is important to routinely clean our mouths of the debris and bacteria that can get left behind from meals. The recommended amount of brushing per day is twice daily for at… Read more »

Fillings Are Commonly Used to Repair Small Areas of Tooth Decay

Poor oral hygiene promotes the natural bacteria in your mouth. This can affect your oral health in a myriad of ways. Tooth decay is one of the more serious complications of poor oral hygiene. This occurs when the bacteria work to exploit a weakened or textured area of tooth enamel, compromising the health and function… Read more »

For the Holidays, Be Thankful for Your Smile

The holidays are right around the corner, but it’s not too late to get your oral health care habits back on track and onto the path of success for a healthy and happy holidays. The first step in your dental care begins with basic tooth brushing and flossing techniques. Plaque buildup can damage your teeth,… Read more »

A Dental Implant Can Be Used to Fully Restore a Tooth Lost to Decay

A tooth suffering from untreated tooth decay can pose significant problems for the health and function of your mouth. If it’s not addressed in a timely manner, the decay could spread, resulting in the total loss of the tooth. In a situation like this, Dr. [doctor_ name] might need to extract the remnants of the… Read more »

First Aid and Treatment Information for a Fractured Tooth

While tooth enamel is very hard, there are still things that can cause chips and fractures. While some fractures are caused by something as obvious as a blow to the face or a hard fall, there can also be other mundane causes. It’s not uncommon for a fracture or large chip to occur on a… Read more »