Dentistry Highlights: Dental Bonding

When the time comes, you need to make sure you do everything you can to enhance your smile as best as possible. If you have sustained any damage to a tooth, feel free to take the necessary steps to restore your smile. Our highly specialized team is dedicated to repairing smiles and getting your oral… Read more »

Increase Your Dental Knowledge on Dental Floss

  Never let your oral hygiene get out of control. Even skipping cleaning routines for a few days can potentially allow plaque build-up to manifest and contribute to dental erosion and tooth decay. Thus, it is important that you’re cleaning your teeth actively every single day. To help keep your teeth clean, use brushing and… Read more »

Early Symptoms of a Cavity Calls for Timely Dental Care

Your routine dental checkups at Dr. ’s dental office is designed to clean your teeth while also detecting any early signs of cavities, gum disease, or other oral health problems. Yet there are times when even the most diligent and effective oral hygiene routine simply isn’t sufficient for preventing a cavity from developing in between… Read more »

Your Child’s Dental Sealants Should Be Cleaned Daily

Our dentist may determine that your child’s smile needs to have dental sealants painted onto the biting surfaces of the back teeth to provide a coating of durable plastic resin that blocks the bacteria from plaque and residual food particles. While dental sealants provide additional protection for the biting surface of molars and premolars and… Read more »

Protect Your Smile Long Term With Regular Dental Checkups

One of the most important steps in preventing harmful dental problems such as gum disease and tooth decay is to brush and floss your teeth twice a day. Equally important, though, is visiting the dentist at least twice a year for routine dental checkups to ensure you have good dental health. Dental checkups aim to… Read more »

A Dental Bridge Is Sometimes a Preferred Dental Restoration

Losing a tooth to an untreated cavity, dental trauma, or other oral health problem can certainly affect your quality of life in a myriad of ways. Having the tooth restored by an experienced dentist like Dr. can restore your basic oral function while also preventing orthodontic complications from developing. At your initial consultation appointment, Dr…. Read more »

What are the Different Kinds of Teeth?

If the body is a well-oiled machine, the oral cavity is an extra fine gear with lots of teeth. (Pun intended.) Each of your teeth plays a part in helping you chomp food in the most quick, effective ways, and that’s truly incredible. There are four primary forms of teeth: incisors, canines, premolars, and molars…. Read more »

Caring for Your Toothbrush

One could argue that your toothbrush is the most important weapon in your fight against oral bacteria. Did you know that caring for it will help it more effectively care for you? Remember that toothbrushes usually last only 3 or 4 months. Put a reminder in your digital or paper calendar to replace them once… Read more »

Find the Answers to Your Dental Crown Questions Here

If you have questions about dental crowns, whether it’s because you’re about to restore your tooth with this restoration or you simply just want to know more, our dentist, Dr. , and dental team are more than happy to help you. We can do so by giving you the answers to frequently asked questions about… Read more »

Enlightening Trivia from Dental History

We at love dentistry. In fact, we’ve made it our careers because we love teeth. For thousands of years, human beings have been searching for better ways to care for their teeth. Here is some enlightening trivia from dental history: -The first evidence of dentistry is from 12,000 B.C. Archeologists unearthed a prehistoric infected tooth… Read more »