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 »

The Ways Your Flossing Technique Can Help Your Smile

Flossing can be tricky at times, especially when you have braces, but it’s still recommended to floss your teeth at least once a day. But why? Flossing is an essential task when it comes to maintaining the health and function of your smile. In fact, flossing can benefit you in many ways, and Dr. and… Read more »

Is Your Summer Smile in Need of a Mouthwash Upgrade?

Is your summer smile in need of a mouthwash upgrade? Mouthwash is a form of dental cleaner that includes a wide variety of oral health benefits. Depending on your smile’s wishes, choose a mouthwash that can safely and effectively help make your smile shine and give you the oral health care you desire. Be wary… Read more »

Are You Fighting Back Against Cavities?

Are you fighting back against cavities? Cavities, a form of tooth decay, occur when a hole has formed in your tooth due to the erosion of the tooth enamel. If a hole is present in a tooth, infection and tooth loss can occur. To help prevent the risks that cavities can cause, various treatments and… Read more »

What You Should Know About Gum Recession

Have you ever noticed that your gums seem to be longer than they were in the past? Did you know that gum recession may actually be more common than you might expect since gum recession is actually a common symptom of gum disease? Furthermore, gum disease may be more common than you might know, which… Read more »

A Crown Might Be Needed to Repair a Tooth with Badly Chipped Tooth Enamel

Chips can form on tooth enamel from a myriad of different causes. This often includes things like using your teeth as tools or chronic night grinding without the protection of a quality dental guard. Many chips don’t cause pain or heightened sensitivity. This might tempt you to forgo treatment at . This could prove to… Read more »

Things to Look For When Choosing a Mouthwash

Quite a few people are under the impression that using a mouthwash is a perfect solution to avoid having to floss regularly. You should know that nothing is effective as flossing when it comes to cleaning plaque and particles between teeth and gum line. Flossing and mouthwash complement one another in your oral care. You… Read more »

A Fractured Bridge Needs Timely Professional Treatment

A dental bridge is a false tooth that has been fused to crowns at each end. It was originally designed by Drs. Dull and Karpenko from durable materials that are meant to last the test of time. However, just like the natural teeth in your mouth, it is still possible for your bridge to suffer… Read more »