Dental Sealants Help Prevent Common Occlusal Cavities

The occlusal, or biting, surfaces of your teeth are called upon to bite, chew and grind the foods you eat every day. The molars and premolars in the back of your mouth are the workhorse teeth that are called upon to process food in several different ways. To aid in this endeavor, the processes of… Read more »

What is TMJ Dentistry?

Do you ever wake up with headaches? Do you have sensitive teeth? Would you be surprised to learn that both of these problems could be the result of teeth grinding? Still, while these are serious issues, did you know that there are other common problems that could cause a sore jaw? Again, teeth grinding could… Read more »

Identifying the Source of the Stains on Your Smile Will Help Prevent New Stains

A dull, yellow smile can have a serious negative impact on your self-confidence and quality of life. Unfortunately, most whitening products sold in stores rarely have the potency to fully whiten your teeth. In fact, some of these products could even be harmful to your oral health. One safe and easy solution is to contact… Read more »

What Causes Tooth Discoloration?

Whether you believe it or not, there are things in the world today that can take your white and brilliant smile and turn it into a dull, yellow smile that you despise. This is why it’s important to do all you can to maintain the attractive smile you deserve. Some things that can cause discoloration… Read more »

A Toothache Always Requires Immediate Examination and Treatment

A toothache is no laughing matter and it should never be taken lightly. While the pain or ache in the gums might start out minor, it will inevitably increase. This is often a symptom telling you that something more significant is wrong with the tooth and it requires treatment by your dentist, Dr. . If… Read more »

A Tooth with Fractured Enamel Might Need to Be Restored by a Crown

Your teeth have been designed to be durable enough to bite, chew, and grind common foods. If you grind your teeth at night, use your teeth as tools, or have a bad habit of nibbling on foreign objects, it can cause a large chip or fracture in the tooth enamel. Even if the damage doesn’t… Read more »

Helpful Information for Lip Injury First Aid

Accidentally biting your lip while eating a meal or enjoying a snack is rarely a cause for concern. However, there are other times when a blow to the face or other oral accident can cause significant trauma. To help you adequately provide first aid to an injured lip, your dentist, Dr. , offers these basic… Read more »

All You Need to Know About Keeping Your Dental Bridge in Pristine Condition

Your dental bridge might seem like a strong dental appliance that can never be damaged or harmed. However, even though your bridge is indeed reliable and tough, there is still a chance tooth decay or gum disease could harm the abutments that anchor the bridge into place. This is why it’s important to take good… Read more »

You Cannot Go Wrong With Either Dental Veneers or Dental Crowns

You cannot go wrong with either dental veneers or dental crowns when choosing a tooth restoration service. They both feature state-of-the-art technology combined with the master craftsmanship of our dentists at to give you an unbelievable substitution for any damaged teeth you have. Below are some of the advantages of each: The advantages dental crowns… Read more »

A Knocked-Out Tooth Needs Timely First Aid and Treatment

A blow to the face that knocks one of your teeth out is always a significant oral trauma. When this happens, timely first aid and immediate treatment will improve your chances of having the tooth implanted back into place. Even if the tooth cannot be saved, it will also help reduce your chances of suffering… Read more »