A Bridge Restoration Can Replace a Knocked-Out Tooth

When a tooth is avulsed, or knocked out, the trauma to the socket and the tooth itself is often so severe that your dentist, Dr. , cannot save it by conventional means. In a case like this, might recommend extracting the remnants of the tooth from the socket. This will help treat the pain and… Read more »

4 Ways to Stop Soda from Harming Your Smile

Whether you believe it or not, soda can harm your smile if you’re not careful. It can create enamel erosion and tooth decay, which are two dental issues that can result in major complications, like tooth sensitivity and tooth extraction. So, it’s best to care for your smile as much as possible so you don’t… Read more »

A Temporary Crown Needs Daily Care and Cleaning

A temporary crown is made from a hard, plastic material. It is commonly used by your dentist, Dr. , to protect the abutment core of a tooth that is awaiting restoration by a dental crown or bridge. While it is meant to be durable enough to protect the abutment, it does not fully restore the… Read more »

What Are the Teething Signs?

If your child’s teeth are about to erupt from the gums but you’re not sure about the signs and symptoms involved, our team is more than happy to help you. There are many signs that mean your child is beginning the teething phase, and some of those signs are: -Drooling: Drooling is one of the… Read more »

Restore Your Smile with Dentures

Many people say a smile is the first thing they notice about someone. So, what does your smile say about you? If you are feeling self-conscious about your missing teeth, the good news is our staff here at in , , is happy to give you the information you may need about dentures, and how… Read more »

Oral Health Habits This Halloween

This Halloween, remember to remind all Ghosts, Goblins, Mummies, and Monsters, not to forget to brush their teeth! Remember, no matter what kinds of sugar you are eating, the longer they are in contact with your mouth, the faster tooth decay can occur. Here is a quick checklist to see if you are practicing healthy… Read more »

Halloween: The Dental Jokes that Make You Smile

Halloween is right around the corner, which means it’s time to get into the festive mood! To help you do so, our team has some fun Halloween dental jokes for you. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do. Q: What did the ghost say when he found out he had cavities? A:… Read more »

How to Care for Your Child’s Primary Teeth

Your child’s baby teeth are important to his or her development. These teeth help them chew, speak, and smile. The primary teeth also hold the place for the permanent teeth to grow in. The health of the baby teeth is important because when one is lost too early, the permanent teeth can drift into the… Read more »

Dental Sealants FAQs

What Are Dental Sealants? A dental sealant is a thin coating of plastic material that is painted onto the chewing surfaces of the back teeth (molars and premolars). The sealant bonds into the grooves of the teeth, thus helping protect the teeth and prevent cavities. Dental sealants are like shields for your teeth. When a… Read more »

Cankers: Causes and Cures

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