The Day You Got Your First Veneer

Many people remember their first car, or the first time they were kissed, or the day they were married. Getting your dental veneers will someday be a similar pathway to nostalgic joy. We can promise you won’t be disappointed with your results, only perhaps a bit of regret for not getting it done sooner. Oh,… Read more »

4 Ways to Scare Away Tooth Decay this Halloween

Halloween might be a fun holiday for you and your friends, but it could be a pretty scary holiday for your smile, especially if you don’t take good care of your teeth and gums. If you don’t keep your smile in tip-top shape this Halloween season, there is a chance the sugary treats could threaten… Read more »

Teeth Clenching: The Facts

Did you know that clenching your teeth, which is also known as bruxism, can occur while you’re sleeping or when you’re awake? Sadly, this issue can actually lead to a number of serious issues. Many people clench their teeth without realizing what they’re doing. This is especially problematic because you may clench your teeth while… Read more »

What You Need to Know about Getting New Dentures

Getting dentures for the first time can be a big adjustment. When Dr. recommends dentures in , , it is to restore the beauty and functionality of your smile. However, they take some getting used to. In order to prepare you for this change, here are some commonly asked questions about dentures. Will dentures make… Read more »

Canker Sores and How to Treat Them

Canker sores – those persistent, painful spots of agony that make each moment you’re not distracted by something else an absolute drain. Let’s talk about what they are and how you can prevent them. Cankers are shallow lesions in the mouth that appear as white or yellow ovals with a red border on the insides… Read more »

All About Wearing Bleaching Strips to Conveniently Brighten Minor Surface Stains

A winning smile is a great thing in life. Many people who are struggling with stains on their teeth will reach out to our team to explore their whitening options for a brighter, whiter smile. Regardless of the depth of the stains on your teeth, you should always consult with your dentist, Dr. , before… Read more »

Thrush: The Infection to Look Out for

Thrush is an oral infection that is typically caused by candida fungus. Usually, healthy people have this bacteria present in the mouth, but it’s kept in check by other bacteria and microorganisms. However, sometimes stress, medication, and illnesses can create an imbalance in the oral bacteria, causing thrush. To help you keep an eye out… Read more »

A Loose Bridge Requires Immediate Treatment

Dr. installed your bridge with the intention that it would restore your lost tooth for a long time to come. But complications from advanced gum disease can compromise the cement anchoring your bridge to one or both abutments. It is also not unheard-of for an accidental fall or blow to the face to damage or… Read more »

Exercise Can Improve Your Oral Health

Do you brush and floss regularly? Do you make a point of visiting your dentist once every six months? Do you ever wonder if there’s anything else you can do to keep your teeth healthy and strong? If you do wonder, would you be surprised to learn that exercising regularly can help? For example, exercising… Read more »

The Techniques to Include in Your Oral Hygiene Routine

Maintaining a strong, healthy, and beautiful smile can be a tough job, but it doesn’t have to be. If you have the proper techniques in your oral hygiene routine, your chompers will be deeply cleaned on a regular basis and you will have a higher chance of achieving your smile goals. To help you have… Read more »