Want a Straighter Smile? Invisalign May Be Right for You!

4 million people have transformed their smiles wearing the Invisalign aligner system. Have you been wanting a straighter smile without the traditional route of wearing braces? If so, the Invisalign system might be just right for you. With Invisalign® you wear virtually invisible thermoplastic aligners to straighten your smile and align your bite discreetly. To… Read more »

Insights on Your Options for Treating, Repairing, or Restoring a Chipped Tooth

Your tooth enamel is meant to be strong enough to bite and chew most foods. However, there are times when something like a blow to the face, grinding your teeth, or nibbling on foreign object can chip a tooth. Even if the chip doesn’t cause pain, it might still trap food particles and bacteria, causing… Read more »

Dental Bridge: Are You a Candidate?

Do you have a hard time talking or eating because you have missing teeth? Do you ever wonder what you might be able to do about it? There are a number of things you can consider doing to restore your teeth and smile, including a dental bridge. Typically, a dental bridge is made up of… Read more »

The Causes Behind a Toothache

Toothaches can be painful, inconvenient, and even scary at times, which is why it’s important to identify the cause of your toothache and do everything you can to make it better. However, sometimes the more serious dental issues need immediate treatment, so be sure to call at and schedule an appointment with your dentist, Dr…. Read more »

How Can You Recognize Gum Recession?

Have you noticed that your teeth are looking longer? Are your gums red or swollen? If you notice these or similar issues, you could be dealing with a serious condition known as gum recession. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to avoid and address this problem. However, please note that individuals with… Read more »

Can Gum Disease Lead to Tooth Decay?

What have you heard about gum disease? You may have heard that gum disease could lead to sensitive teeth, bad breath, and even pain in your gums. But did you know that it could also cause missing teeth? You see, if bacteria builds up on your teeth, it can irritate your gum line. If this… Read more »

Your Teeth and Enamel Erosion

Did you know that the strongest muscle in your body is actually your tongue? Have you also heard that your mouth also contains the strongest substance in your body? As you may already know, this incredibly hard substance is your enamel–the outer, protective layer of your teeth. But even though enamel is extremely hard, it… Read more »

Dry Mouth: The Causes

Did you know that saliva is vital to the health of your teeth and gums? You see, saliva can help get rid of the excess food and bacteria that are left in your mouth after you eat. It also helps you prevent dry mouth. When you have dry mouth, plaque and tooth decay can thrive,… Read more »

Gingivitis Is the Earliest Form of Gum Disease

The American Dental Association says that 47% of adults over 30 years of age have some degree of gum disease. It is usually caused by hardened tartar at the gum line as a result of an inadequate daily oral hygiene routine. Other factors, like tobaccos use, alcohol consumption, and medical conditions such as dry mouth or… Read more »

Understanding Your Treatment and Restoration Options for a Cracked Tooth

If an accidental fall, blow to the face or oral accident has cracked one of your teeth, you will need to keep a level head. Most cracked teeth include damage to the internal structures of a tooth. Even if the cracked tooth doesn’t include significant pain, you should still contact at to get a clear… Read more »