The Best Oral Hygiene Team for Your Smile

Do you want a top-notch oral health and smile? If so, you need to have a top-notch oral hygiene team. This means you need to have the safe and effective tools to clean your smile. To help you know which players to recruit on your oral hygiene team, our dentist, Dr. , has some suggestions… Read more »

A Fractured Dental Bridge Needs to Be Examined by an Experienced Dentist

Dental bridges are frequently used to replacing a missing or extracted tooth. They are often created in state of the art dental labs from very durable dental materials. Once they are married to the anchoring abutments with a strong dental cement it will replicate the original function of the missing tooth. As strong and durable… Read more »

A Night Guard Can Protect Your Mouth From Bruxism

Unresolved stress can sometimes result in the unconscious grinding of one’s teeth while sleeping. This may mean that you may develop acute and chronic problems with your teeth as well as the temporomandibular joints (TMJs) that hinge your jaw. The tremendous pressure created by clamping and gnashing your teeth can cause minor dental fractures, worn… Read more »

Taking Care of Your Teeth When You Get Sick

Cold and flu season is upon us. You may take all of the necessary precautions and get your flu shot, but you may still pick up a virus or a cold. It’s understandable that when you get sick, you will probably want to stay in bed or on the couch with a good book or… Read more »

Dealing with Root Caries

Although people are most vulnerable to cavities when they are children and teens, tooth decay can remain a problem throughout your lifetime. Older people should not put off visiting the dentist, since they may have special concerns, and are vulnerable to root caries. As a person ages, receding gums may be a problem, and receding… Read more »

Addressing an Abscess

Damage to your tooth, whether it is from trauma or disease needs to be addressed by a dentist as soon as possible. Even a small crack in your tooth, which can easily be missed during an exam, or even by an x-ray can allow bacteria to penetrate the tooth and create an infection.  Your dentist… Read more »

The Basics of Cracked Tooth Syndrome

Are you wondering about cracked tooth syndrome? Well, you’ve come to the right place! would be happy to answer all your queries. Here are some frequently asked questions about it: What is cracked tooth syndrome (CTS)? Cracked tooth syndrome occurs when a tooth sustains a crack that is too tiny to appear on an X-ray… Read more »

Watch Out for Soft Breads, Sports Drinks & Sticky Foods

The first advice we give out at to anyone wanting healthier gums and teeth is to brush two times a day, floss once daily and get professional teeth-cleaning regularly. The second advice we give is to cautiously screen the food and drink choices you make. Foods high in sugar and foods hard to chew especially… Read more »

Advice about TMJs

Treat your TMJs good. Your smile depends on them! Your TMJs, also known as your temporomandibular joints, are joints in your jaw that play a crucial role in your mouth’s ability to open and close. Some indications that they may be damaged include irregular popping noises from your jaw, the inability to have full movement… Read more »

I Knocked Out a Tooth and I’m Away From Home. What Do I Do?

If you’re on a trip and you experience a dental emergency involving a knocked-out tooth, our dental team is sorry to hear that! Dental emergencies can be quite troubling. However, there is no need to panic. There are things you can do to improve the situation, and our dentist, Dr. , is happy to tell… Read more »