Things That Can Harm Your Smile

Do you want a top-notch smile? If so, you need to do everything you can to keep it healthy and strong. Unfortunately, there are many things that can harm your smile and put your teeth and gums in danger. It’s best to avoid those things at all costs as well as keep up with oral… Read more »

Teeth Whitening May Be Discouraged in Certain Situations

If you wish for a more radiant, attractive smile, teeth whitening may be the solution you’ve been looking for. However, there are some situations in which our dentist will recommend against a patient whitening their teeth. Pregnancy If you are pregnant, our dentist may suggest that you not whiten your teeth. Sensitive Teeth In the… Read more »

Restoring Your Smile with Dental Veneers

With the coming of Halloween and the numerous holidays to follow, it is important to begin thinking about your oral health. If you have not already started, make sure that you’re taking good care of your teeth and gums by practicing effective oral hygiene routines and visiting your dentist for routine checkups and professional cleanings…. Read more »

Tooth-Colored Fillings Can Repair and Enhance Your Smile

If you have a cavity that is easily seen by others, you may want to consider a tooth-colored, or composite filling. Composite fillings are made of powdered glass and an acrylic resin, which fits easily into the opening made by your dentist, bonds to the surface of your tooth, and can be shaded to match… Read more »

Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures

Cosmetic dentistry, the practice of dentistry involved with making mouth and teeth appearance enhancements, includes many procedures. At , we’re proud to offer our patients the following cosmetic dentistry treatments: -Dental bonding: If you have damaged or stained teeth, you may be interested in dental bonding. Using a composite substance, Dr. Dull and Dr. Karpenko… Read more »

Creating a Healthy Body Begins With a Healthy Mouth

Did you know that creating a healthy body begins with a healthy mouth? Well, it’s true! When you have poor oral health, your body is affected as well. This means neglecting your daily brushing and flossing routine or skipping your six-month dental cleanings has more potentially damaging effects on your physical well-being than might have realized…. Read more »

Summer Fact Finder: Dental Anxiety

If you find yourself frequently becoming stressed or anxious during an oral health care procedure or even from simply visiting your dentist office, you may suffer from dental anxiety. If you suffer from dental anxiety, it is always best to speak with your oral health care professional for your best possible treatments. Listed below are… Read more »

Protecting Your Child’s Smile for a Successful School Year

Were you aware that every year school age children miss more than 51 million hours of school? Can you guess why they miss so many hours of vital schooling? The culprit, in this case, is a dental disease! And believe it or not, cavities are the most common chronic disease in children of school age…. Read more »

Using An Inlay or Onlay Filling to Treat a Large Cavity on a Molar

Some people have deep pits and fissures in the enamel on the biting surface of their molars and premolars. These deeply textured areas make the teeth more efficient at chewing and grinding. Yet it can also be challenging to clean away bacterial deposits from these areas. If a cavity forms in these areas, it will… Read more »

Save Your Smile with Dental Implants

Did you know that dental implants can be used to fill out your facial structure and improve your standing in social settings and increase your prospects for work? Sadly, an incomplete smile is still viewed as a character flaw, but dental implants can remove that stigma and leave you with a better and stronger smile… Read more »