The Truth About Flossing

Do you like to avoid flossing? If so, you are putting your gums, teeth, and smile at serious risk. Flossing is important for many reasons, and to help you understand them, our team here at in , , is happy to give you this insight on the truth about flossing. Cavities can happen anywhere you… Read more »

Toothbrush Care 101

Your toothbrush needs care in order to keep your smile healthy. Here at in , , we take your oral health very seriously, which is why we have provided this basic information on taking care of your toothbrush. Did you know, that your toothbrush can stick to bacteria, which can spread to your teeth? Well,… Read more »

Get a CPAP Device to Help with a Sleep Disorder

CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machines can greatly improve your breathing during the night. Whether it’s a sleeping disorder or other type of breathing problem, this device could help you with your breathing. Our team here at , is dedicated to providing the care and service you need to sleep better at night. Your dentist… Read more »

Use These Tips to Wash Away Your Dental Anxiety

Do you ever feel nerves and anxiety when thinking about your upcoming dental appointment? If so, here are three quick tips that can help you feel more comfortable, relaxed, and stress-free in the dental chair. First, bring some items that will comfort you. This might be music, a blanket, or a pillow. You’re welcome to… Read more »

Enamel Attrition Complications Can Be Prevented with Early Diagnosis

As the years go by, things like tooth loss and oral injuries can cause minor alterations in the alignment of two or more teeth. When this happens, it can cause two teeth to meet at an unhealthy angle, causing excess wear and tear on the tooth enamel. As time goes by, the compromised area of… Read more »

A Tooth with a Severe Fracture Might Need a Dental Implant Restoration

Tooth decay has the unfortunate ability to spread throughout and within a tooth. If you procrastinate professional dental treatment at , the tooth could suffer very serious complications. As time goes on, the bacterial decay can compromise so much of the dental structure that the tooth becomes vulnerable to fracture. In a situation like this,… Read more »

Common Questions About Sedation Dentistry

Did you know that there are many different forms of sedatives that can be used in dentistry? Oftentimes, sedatives are used to help calm or relax individuals who have dental anxiety. Sedatives can also be used to help relieve pain from intensive dental treatments. Listed below are some common questions about sedation dentistry: What is… Read more »

Common Questions About CEREC® Dental Crowns

CEREC® crowns are highly advanced and effective dental crowns that are computerized and produced directly at the dentist office. By keeping the process in-house, it is possible to design, adjust, mill, and set a CEREC crown in a patient all in the period of a single day. For more information, here are some common questions… Read more »

Why Should You Floss?

During a dental cleaning, many patients are told that they should floss their teeth on a daily basis. This is a very common occurrence. Over 80% of patients confess to not flossing! We know that you’ve heard from a young age just how important flossing is. We are going to tell you again, you need… Read more »

Tips on How to Keep Your Teen Smile in Tip-Top Shape

If you have a healthy and stunning smile, it can give you the confidence you need as a teenager. This can boost your self-esteem and give you the attractive appearance you desire. So, if you’re interested in keeping your teen smile in tip-top shape, our dental team has some tips for you. If you do… Read more »