Dentistry Topics for Beginners: Dental Crowns

Have you ever wished there was an easier way to keep tabs on your oral health beyond brushing and flossing? Fortunately, if you have suffered any damage, or look to prevent damage from occurring in the future, consider highly effective tooth concealers known as dental crowns. Dental crowns are designed to cap and conceal a… Read more »

Love Your Smile Again With Custom-Made Dental Veneers

An unappealing smile can leave you feeling awkward in social situations, but you do not have to endure a smile you don’t love. Dr. offers custom-made dental veneers to beautify your teeth and can help you determine if this treatment is right for you. Dental veneers are thin cosmetic shells created to cover the face… Read more »

Oral Hygiene Tips for Children’s Smiles

Do you want your child to have a top-notch smile? If so, you have come to the right blog! Our dentist, Dr. , has some tips that can help you clean and care for your child’s teeth and gums, no matter their age. Those tips are: First, start brushing your child’s teeth when their first… Read more »

Toothaches: The Answers to Commonly Asked Questions

If you’re like many people, you have questions about toothaches. Maybe you’re curious about the causes of a toothache, ways to relieve a toothache, or even how to prevent toothaches down the road. Well, you have come to the right blog if this is the case for you. Our dentist, Dr. , would be happy… Read more »

The Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Skip Your Dental Checkups

Do you skip your regular dental checkups because you think you don’t need them? If so, you’re making a big mistake. Your regular dental checkups are vital for your oral health, and it’s important to attend your appointments every six months. To help you understand, Dr. is happy to tell you the reasons why you… Read more »

How Does Diabetes Affect Your Oral Health?

Have you ever wondered if diabetes can affect your oral health? According to numerous studies, diabetes does indeed affect the health and effectiveness of your entire oral health, including your gums and tooth enamel. For more information about diabetes and its effect on your oral hygiene consider the following: – Roughly 10% of the US… Read more »

Understanding the American Dental Association

Do you understand the American Dental Association? If not, that’s ok, because of our team here at in , , is happy to tell you about the American Dental Association, and why we are proud to be part of their organization. The American Dental Association, who is also known as the ADA, is an organization… Read more »

A Dental Fracture on the Biting Surface May Need a Crown

If you have a habit of improvising your teeth as tools, nibbling on pens and pencils or crunching on ice, you are at increased risk of suffering a dental fracture on the biting surface of one of your teeth. Such dental trauma could also be the result of grinding your teeth at night while you… Read more »

The Benefits of Flossing

Do you ever wonder about your oral health? Did you know that there is something you should do to keep your teeth strong and healthy? In reality, would you be surprised to hear that brushing and flossing are crucial components of your oral health? Similarly, had you heard that many Americans could actually improve their… Read more »

The Mastery of Tooth Brushing Skills

Have you reached the summit of brushing your teeth yet? Would you call yourself a master of the art of oral health? Do the slightest signs of plaque buildup face a furious force of floss and brush so powerful they simply do not stand a chance? If so, continue on your quest for optimum oral… Read more »