We want our patients to understand that healthy teeth begin at home. From cavities and tooth decay to gum disease and bad breath, many oral health issues can be limited or completely avoided with both a healthy dental hygiene routine and regular visits to our office. Read our blog post for tips on establishing a healthy at-home dental routine.
Want brilliant white teeth, but not sure it’s worth the risk? Teeth whitening is safe, as long as you do it right. Read our blog post to learn how you can obtain beautiful white teeth without any risk of damage.
Have you ever fractured a bone and simply allowed it to heal itself before you felt good as new? Read our blog post where we explain if you can do the same thing with a fractured or cracked tooth, and when to know it’s time to see your dentist as soon as possible.
If you think you can feel a gust of cold wind in your teeth, you’re right! For sensitive teeth, cold weather can be a painful occurrence. Read our blog post where we look at some of the causes of tooth sensitivity as well as give you some tips for dealing with sensitive teeth during the winter.
Modern dentistry is a marvel. When someone has something they want to change about their smile or has a dental issue they need to get fixed, there are more options than ever, not to mention better solutions available. Dental implants are a perfect example. Read our blog post for details.
Have you ever wondered why teeth don’t repair themselves like cuts or scrapes on your skin, or broken bones? Why don’t they regenerate themselves like fingernails or hair? Read our blog post where we summarize what science has to say about these questions.
It can be hard to determine what constitutes a dental emergency when you’re going through one. Read our blog post for a few of the telltale symptoms of dental emergencies. Contact us if you experience any of these symptoms!
Read our blog post to discover causes of enamel damage and how to protect your teeth from further harm. Our expert team can offer you tips and tricks to keep your teeth healthy and strong. Contact our office today!
If your mouth often feels like a desert, you may be experiencing xerostomia, or chronic mouth dryness. Check out our blog post to discover what dry mouth is, its causes, and how to stop it. We are here to help treat your oral discomfort! Contact our office to schedule an evaluation today.
If your oral care routine is feeling a bit tired, consider jazzing it up with an electric toothbrush. Read our blog post to decide if investing in an electric toothbrush is the right choice for your dental needs. Our team can help you stay current with the latest dental technology. Contact us today!