We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Toothbrushing is an ingrained habit. We brush at least once a day, and most of us brush twice a day like we’re supposed to. The American Dental Association recommends brushing for two minutes two or more times a day. Just because we make brushing a habit, it doesn’t mean we doing it like we should. There’s nothing wrong with brushing…Continue reading
Do you have the beautifully straight, even teeth that you want, or does your smile leave you dissatisfied each time you look in the mirror? If the only accessory your wardrobe is missing is a beautiful smile, then the Invisalign system of aligner trays may be able to help you achieve straight, even teeth without bulky, painful, and cumbersome metal…Continue reading
According to health organizations, about 22 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea. This medical condition causes an individual to stop normal breathing while the patient is asleep. Seeking treatment immediately for this issue can prevent serious complications and can allow you to enjoy a restful night’s sleep and improved health now and in the future. Types of Sleep Apnea There…Continue reading
A combination of anxiety from COVID-19 and deferred, routine dental care is creating a record number of people coming to the dentist with signs excessive teeth grinding and jaw clenching. They have teeth with hairline cracks, broken teeth and sore jaws. Dentists may have noticed their patients have started grinding their teeth and clenching them more often, but people were…Continue reading
Our mouths are incredibly important. They allow us to eat, drink, smile and speak. They also serve as the entrance to our digestive and respiratory tracts. This means that we need to take good care of our mouths. Unhealthy teeth and gums lead to problems like cardiovascular disease, pneumonia and cancers of the mouth and throat. By establishing healthy dental…Continue reading
Dental Implants Overview Whether you’re looking to replace multiple missing teeth, a single missing tooth, or an entire row of lower or upper teeth, dental implants are a safe and long-lasting option. A dental implant is a small post made of titanium that your dentist or oral surgeon inserts into your jawbone. Once the implants fuse into your jawbone, they…Continue reading
How Common Is Periodontal Disease? Gingivitis is the earliest form of gum disease, also known as periodontal disease. This oral health problem involves the inflammation and irritation of the sensitive gum tissue, which can cause puffy gums that bleed while brushing or flossing. If it goes untreated, gingivitis can develop into a potentially dangerous condition called periodontitis. This is an…Continue reading
Whether it is a damaged filling or severe toothache, there is a good chance that you will suffer a dental emergency at some point during your life. Not only can these conditions be extremely painful, but they can lead to life-threatening infections or the loss of a tooth if not treated by an emergency dentist. If you or a family…Continue reading
If you’re troubled by your teeth, your three choices for treatment are cosmetic dentistry veneers, cosmetic dentistry bonding, and dental crowns. To improve both the appearance and function of a tooth, you will find dental crowns are typically the ideal treatment for you. What Are Porcelain Dental Crowns? Dental crowns are tiny caps that cover natural teeth to improve their…Continue reading
A dental implant is a small titanium post that is embedded into the jawbone to secure and support replacement teeth. Once it fuses to the jawbone, it looks feels, and acts exactly like a natural tooth. Discover more details about these modern dental wonders. The Many Advantages of a Dental Implant A dental implant can make you look better and…Continue reading