The Inside Scoop on Aging and Your Oral Health

Do you know the inside scoop on aging and your oral health? If not, you are in luck! Your age plays a critical factor in your oral health. Your teeth can begin to weaken or discolor over time, requiring the extra need for care and attention. Our , Dr. , is happy to help you… Read more »

Saving Your Smile: Cold and Flu Season

Improving your oral health includes making sure that you are taking the necessary steps in all aspects of your life. If you are suffering from the cold and the flu, not only will you be at an increased risk for several oral health ailments, but you will also find yourself caring less about your smile…. Read more »

Common Questions Concerning Cavity Prevention

Are you consistently at risk for cavities? Cavities are a hole in your tooth’s enamel. If left untreated, it can give rise to infections and eventual tooth loss. A cavity prevention plan is essential to ensure not only that your mouth is protected against cavities but several other oral health risks that may arise. To… Read more »

Dental Cleanings: Not Just For Looks

Dental cleanings are an important part of complete oral care. Getting your teeth examined and cleaned takes steps to prevent significant health problems, such as heart disease, gum disease, stroke, and oral cancer. Oral health problems are largely preventable, however they are still very common and affect many patients. Proper daily oral hygiene habits–brushing your… Read more »

What Sports Should I Wear a Mouthguard While Participating?

Mouthguards are handy appliances that can protect your smile while you participate in high-contact sports and activities. In fact, it can absorb the force when you suffer a blow to the face, and it can help you prevent knocking your teeth out of place, breaking your teeth and damaging your gums. To help you know… Read more »

Oral Health Advantages: Gum Disease Risk Factor Assessment

Did you know that not only can your teeth get infected, but so too can your gums?  Gum tissue infection often occurs in the form of periodontal disease. Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a slowly progressing disease that can take place over many years. If left untreated, it can slowly damage your… Read more »

A Dental Bridge May Be Your Ideal Option for Tooth Replacement

The loss of a tooth as a result of gum disease or an oral injury is a big impact on your life because it affects your ability to speak properly, chew well, and maintain the natural shape of your face. A missing tooth can lead to decreased self-confidence as well as a greater likelihood of… Read more »

The Steps to Building a Better Smile: Oral Cancer Screenings

Are you aware of the indications of oral cancer? Do you know how oral cancer often makes itself present in your mouth? If you have not already done so, it is important to always inspect your mouth daily for any signs that oral or throat cancer may be present. For additional treatment, visit your dentist… Read more »

Discover Your Hidden Smile with Dental Damage Prevention

  In order to assess your oral health risks, it is important to do a step-by-step plan through your daily life to determine what activities you are involved in that could be putting your smile at risk. The more you are prepared for dental damage, the less likely you are to suffer from a freak… Read more »

Preventative Care Can Be Included in Your Dental Checkup

Having a routine dental checkup performed at Dr. ’s dental office twice each year is an important factor for maintaining good oral health. The appointment will serve to remove all traces of plaque and hardened tartar from your teeth while monitoring the overall health of your mouth. The first phase of the checkup involves a… Read more »