Essential Dental Tips on Dental Anxiety Treatments

  When the time comes to have oral health care treatments done, it is important to make sure you are ready and willing to receive the oral health care necessary. If you have any concerns about visiting your dentist or any fears associated with the unknown, it is essential to speak up to your dentist… Read more »

Dental X-rays During Pregnancy: Yes or No?

Sometimes, dental X-rays are inevitable, especially if they are recommended by the dentist to diagnose cavities or other dental conditions. You may wonder if they safe during pregnancy though, and the answer is YES. Radiation exposure is always a concern, however, there is very little radiation with a dental X-ray and advances in technology now… Read more »

Act Now on Any Signs of Bruxism

It’s hard to know if you tend to snore or grind your teeth when you sleep, which are habits of a disorder known as bruxism. While the causes of bruxism are numerous, it’s difficult to seek a diagnosis and treatment if the problem only occurs while you are asleep. However, many symptoms of bruxism are… Read more »

How to Guide Your Child When They Want to Be a Dentist

If your child or teen wants to be a dentist, good for them! Being a dentist is a great career choice. There are many great reasons why being a dentist can be wonderful for your child, and our dentist, Dr. , is happy to tell you all about them! First, dentists help people’s smiles by… Read more »

Oral Hygiene: The Tips You Need for Even Stronger Teeth and Gums

Do you work toward a strong and healthy smile by brushing twice a day and flossing once a day? If so, you’re on the right track! But did you know there are additional things you can do to have even stronger teeth and gums? Well, it’s true, and our dentist, Dr. , is happy to… Read more »

The Most Important Tool for Tooth Care

Your toothbrush is your strongest ally in the fight against plaque and cavities. Here’s how to take care of it. Buy: When buying a new toothbrush–once every 3-4 months–make sure to get one with the ADA Seal of Acceptance on the packaging. Since its inception in 1931, this program has tested products for safety and… Read more »

A Cosmetically Unappealing Smile Can Be Improved by Dental Veneers

Your smile’s appearance can have a significant impact on your self-image and sense of self-esteem. Discolored tooth enamel, chronic dental staining problems, and minor physical imperfections can leave you with an unappealing smile. In the case of a smile with multiple cosmetic and minor physical imperfections, Dr. might suggest cosmetically restoring your smile with dental… Read more »

An Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer Screening Is Always Included in Your Dental Checkup

The American Dental Association offers a number of recommendations and guidelines to help consumer maintain good oral health and prevent problems with cavities, periodontal health, oral, and pharyngeal cancer. Early detection of these conditions can improve your treatment options. If Dr. finds a problem with your teeth or gums, can help you understand the best… Read more »

Upgrade Your Smile with Endodontics and Root Canals

Do you have any broken or damaged teeth? Have you suffered blunt trauma or have you taken a blow to the head that has resulted in dental damage? If so, it is important to visit your dentist to determine if damage to your pulp has occurred. If so, an endodontic treatment such as a root… Read more »

Acidic Foods and Enamel Erosion

Enamel erosion is a common dental issue that is not discussed as much as other dental emergencies. Enamel erosion can attack your smile, promoting tooth decay and causing tooth sensitivity. It is best to avoid enamel erosion so you can have a healthy and comfortable smile. Here are some tips to help you do so…. Read more »