Oral Health and Heart Disease Are Linked

There have been many advancements in the medical industry thanks to modern technology. In fact, there have been numerous studies that now link oral health and heart disease. Did you know, by taking care of your smile, you are helping to take care of your heart? Yes, it’s true! Your oral health is connected to… Read more »

The Ins and Outs of Flossing Properly

Are you looking for information on how to floss correctly and the benefits of flossing? If so, we have exciting news for you! Many people have heard it’s important to floss. However, many people struggle to keep the habit or understand why flossing is needed. Luckily, our dentists at in , , understand the need… Read more »

Dental Caries Can Be Treated with a Filling

The presence of plaque and acids caused by poor oral hygiene can gradually start to affect the health of your teeth. Over time demineralized areas of tooth enamel can develop dental caries. Early signs of tooth decay could include a change in texture or an increase in the sensitivity of the affected tooth. When this… Read more »

What Are My Options for Treating Tooth Sensitivity?

Tooth sensitivity can be both inconvenient and uncomfortable, especially since it limits you on your ability to eat or drink delicious hot or cold treats. It can also make brushing your teeth difficult and uncomfortable, risking additional dental issues. If you currently struggle with tooth sensitivity, we would be happy to provide further information on… Read more »

A Dental Abscess Might Require Draining as Part of a Root Canal

When a cavity goes ignored or untreated the bacterial presence of tooth decay can gradually start to penetrate beyond the hard tooth enamel layer. As this continues to happen the bacteria could compromise the dentin, pulp, or root of the tooth. In many of these cases, you might notices gradually worsening tooth sensitivity and a… Read more »

Some Beverages Damage Your Smile

Consistent exposure to certain beverages can be highly damaging to your tooth enamel. Here are three of the most awful drinks for your smile. –Sports Drinks: Many popular sports drinks contain a lot of sugar and acid. If you are going to the gym, bring a bottle of plain water for hydration. Some bottled waters… Read more »

How Do Eating and Chewing Gum Affect Your Teeth?

There is more to general oral health care than just brushing your teeth. Eating well and exercising consistent hygiene habits for your whole mouth are excellent habits to include in your life as you take care of your smile. Eat Well: Eating well directly affects your dental and periodontal health. Be sure to get lots… Read more »

Find the Answers to Your Mouthguard Questions Here

Do you have questions about mouthguards? If so, you’re not the only one. Many people, especially athletes, have questions about the appliance because they often don’t understand it or they don’t know how to properly use it. To help you find the answers you’re looking for, our dentist would like to give you answers to… Read more »

A Partial Denture Needs to Be Cleaned and Maintained Every Day

The partial denture designed and created for you by Dr. and the specialists at will effectively replace the basic function of your missing teeth. While the materials used to construct it will not be susceptible to bacterial tooth decay, the partial denture will still need to be cleaned and maintained every day. Minor daily measures… Read more »

The Uses of Oral Health Care During Pregnancy

The uses of oral health care during a pregnancy can extend to the baby’s health. A poor oral hygiene can lead to potential risks amongst the child and the child bearer. Here are some things you should know about your dental health while pregnant: – Always let your dentist know your current status, including what… Read more »