Cavity Care 101

A “cavity” is the hole that forms when your tooth enamel has been extensively damaged, exposing the inner parts of the tooth. If not taken care of, cavities can cause pain, infection,  or even tooth loss. If you have a cavity, it’s time to assess your dental health care habits. It is possible that the… Read more »

The Answers to Your Fluoride Questions

If you don’t know much about fluoride, just the thought of fluoride toothpaste or a fluoride treatment could raise questions. Fluoride isn’t as complex as you might think, and the more you know about it, the better. That way you can let it properly help you and your smile. So, if you have questions about… Read more »

Aesthetic Imperfections on a Tooth That Appears in Your Smile Might Be Addressed with a Composite Dental Filling

Your smile’s appearance plays a significant role in many of your facial expressions, and can also affect your self-esteem. This could come in the form of a small chip, minor dental fracture, developing a cavity, or an area of dental attrition. In some of these cases, Dr. might be able to repair the compromised area… Read more »

Dental Crowns and a New You

Are you looking for a way to revamp your smile? If you have struggled with your oral health care recently, allow our dentists at to help you. We specialize in many forms of cosmetic dentistry. One form is placing dental crowns, which are porcelain shells which are placed over your natural teeth. Here are a… Read more »

Are Your Dentures Slipping? If So, Try Dental Implants!

Are you finding yourself with your dentures slipping or are you wishing you had something stronger to keep your oral appliances in place? If so, we have news for you! Dental implants work well for different things and are slip-free. That is why, our team here at in , , is happy to talk to… Read more »

A Small Cavity Might Be Treated with a Composite or Amalgam Filling

Small textures on your tooth enamel can gradually start to trap bacterial matter and plaque buildup. This is even more likely to occur if you are inconsistent with your daily oral hygiene regimen. When this happens, the natural bacteria in your mouth might start to weaken the tooth enamel. Once bacteria establish a presence, the… Read more »

Common Questions About Tooth Extractions

When a tooth has been damaged to the point that it cannot be saved, it must be removed. Failing teeth that are not removed can further damage your gums and cause infections and disease. Tooth extractions remove the tooth and protect your mouth from further damage. Listed below are common questions about tooth extractions: Which… Read more »

What You Need to Know About Tooth Abscesses

Did you know that you should consider visiting your doctor if you think you have an infection? While you probably did, would you be surprised to know that you should visit our team if you think you have an infection in your teeth? In reality, it’s very important that you visit us for this problem… Read more »

A Tooth Suffering from a Large Cavity Might Need to Be Repaired with a Crown

A cavity is essentially an area of tooth decay that forms when the bacteria living in your mouth manage to exploit an area of tooth enamel. This is more likely to occur if you are inconsistent with your daily oral hygiene routine or if you put off your routine dental checkup. If a cavity is… Read more »

Whitening Your Sensitive Teeth: The How-To

Are you unhappy with the color of your teeth? Are you interested in teeth whitening but worried about the treatment because you have sensitive teeth? If so, there are a few things you can do to protect your pearly whites while avoiding painful or uncomfortable side effects. If you’re interested in whitening your teeth, you… Read more »