The Five Things That Can Cause a Dark Smile

If you are wondering why your smile won’t stay the white, brilliant shade you want it to, our team is happy to tell you why! There are many things in the world today that can cause tooth discoloration. Those things are: – Drinks: Some drinks have intense color pigments, which attach to the white section… Read more »

Do You Have a Cavity?

If you feel pain when you chew your food, or have a tooth that is sensitive to hot and cold, or perhaps a toothache that won’t go away, you may have a cavity in the making. Even with the best of care—daily brushing and flossing and regular dental cleanings–your pearly whites can develop dental caries,… Read more »

All You Need to Know About the Different Types of Floss

Do you ever look at the multiple floss options at the store and get a bit overwhelmed and confused? If so, our team is here to help you! Each product has different characteristics that can help you in different ways, and we’re happy to tell you what those are: · Wide floss: Wide floss is… Read more »

4 Ways to Keep Your Dental Crown in Great Condition

Dental crowns are great restorations that can improve the health and condition of a worn down, broken, or discolored tooth. However, they are only successful if you take proper care of them. So, to help you maintain the top-notch condition of your dental crown, we recommend doing the following four things: · Brush: It is… Read more »

Lumineers and Veneers: Which is Right for You?

Are you unhappy with the appearance of your smile? Do you ever wish there was something you could do to achieve a radiant teeth? If you would like to improve the appearance of your smile, we recommend considering dental veneers and lumineers. These thin shells are especially useful if you have small gaps in your… Read more »

What are Dental Implants?

A dental implant is a great way to replace a lost tooth and maintain healthy jaw structure. You will need to have enough bone to anchor the dental implant. This might require you to have a bone graft procedure a few months in advance. Your dentist or periodontist can determine if you need a bone… Read more »

Your Child’s First Visit

Dentists today generally recommend that you bring your child into the dental office for their first visit by the age of 1 or within 6 months after their first tooth erupts from the gums. When you bring your child in, you can expect that little treatment will be provided. Your child’s first visit is to… Read more »

Caring For Your Mouth After Wisdom Teeth Removal

Getting your wisdom teeth removed is important for your oral health, but you need to keep caring for your oral health afterwards by following the after-care instructions you dentist gives you. These instructions may include the following mandates: Eating And Drinking You should eat soft foods in the days following the removal of your wisdom… Read more »

Problems Caused By A Dry Mouth

Saliva is an important defender against disease and tooth decay in your mouth. So when saliva flow is stymied because of illness or medication, several problems may develop. Problems Caused By A Dry Mouth If there isn’t enough saliva to neutralize acids, aid with chewing and swallowing, and bring in tooth rebuilding/disease-fighting substances, then problems… Read more »