Fluorosis: How to Eliminate the Blotchy Spots on Your Teeth

Do you have white or brown spots on your teeth? If so, there is no need to worry about dental issues like tooth decay. Oftentimes, this is a sign of fluorosis. Fluorosis is a dental issue that occurs when the teeth have had too much exposure to fluoride. Fortunately, your dentist, Dr. , has treatments… Read more »

Tips for Optimal Recovery and Dental Care After a Filling

Dental cavities are common among Americans of all ages. Not many people escape childhood without getting multiple fillings. They’re necessary because of tooth decay that’s caused by cavities. If you need to have a filling, don’t worry. It’s a simple procedure that can be completed in a short visit to your dentist. Thanks to the… Read more »

Enhance Your Smile with Dental Crowns and Dental Veneers

Dental crowns and dental veneers are amazing dental restoration treatments capable of concealing and covering damaged and broken teeth. With both treatments, you can drastically improve the look of your smile. Have you considered enhancing your smile with dental crowns or dental veneers?  Read on to learn more about crowns and veneers: What are the… Read more »

Teeth and Gums 101: Dental Bridges

Are you seeking replacements for lost or missing teeth but are unsure which tooth replacement service you should use? Have you ever heard of dental bridges? Dental bridges are realistic tooth replacements that are tremendously durable and work by attaching onto nearby teeth. Dental bridges have many extraordinary benefits, one of which is to make… Read more »

Make CEREC® Crowns and Fillings the Highlight of Your Smile

If you are looking to restore damaged teeth, CEREC technology can be used to cap or conceal teeth with crowns as well as to fill in cavities. Make CEREC crowns and fillings the highlight of your smile. Here are some important facts regarding CEREC: – CEREC crowns are constructed and milled at the dentist’s office… Read more »

Healthy Meals Mean Healthy Teeth!

We all know that brushing, flossing, and regular visits to the dentist are important parts of keeping your smile healthy. What many people don’t realize is how important our diet is for healthy teeth. We’ve heard again and again that sugary foods can cause cavities, but they aren’t the only culprits! For example, chewing ice… Read more »

The Owner’s Guide to Gums, Gum Disease, and Treatment

Your gums are called “gingiva” by medically trained people, including your dentist. Healthy gums provide a safe, nurturing base for your teeth. Gums are like cushioned pink armor that protects the teeth and roots of teeth from bacterial invasion and trauma. If your gums become diseased with gingivitis or other issues, the gingiva can’t protect… Read more »

Spotlight On Oral Cancer: Learn The Six Main Risk Factors

While you may know that your dentist examines your teeth and gums closely for cavities, decay, and gum disease during every dental check-up, you may not realize that they also examine your mouth closely for signs of oral cancer. Oral cancer can be deadly, and early detection is the key to winning the battle against… Read more »

Save Your Smile with a Specialized CEREC® Same-Day Crown

Save your smile with a specialized CEREC® same-day crown. If you are looking to improve your oral health by covering and concealing your damaged teeth without the need to have them extracted and replaced, CEREC dental crowns can work to improve the purpose of your smile and its overall aesthetics. Listed below are some frequently… Read more »

How to Protect Your Teeth From Cracking or Chipping

Many dental issues, like cavities, develop over time and may stay unnoticed until detected by an oral health professional. However, some serious dental problems, like cracks in a tooth’s enamel, can occur in an instant and immediately change the way you eat, smile, and speak. While your dentist can repair a cracked or chipped tooth,… Read more »