Dental Veneers Can Improve Your Smile’s Appearance

Many people find that the appearance of their smile has a significant impact on their sense of self-esteem. If you have been dealing with chronic dental staining or physical imperfections on the teeth in your smile, you might be interested in placing dental veneers over your teeth. These are custom-shaped porcelain shells that are designed… Read more »

A Dental Implant is a Very Effective Method of Dental Restoration

Complications from tooth loss can be more serious than a reduced ability to bite and chew food. It can also affect your physical appearance and cause issues with your speech. It’s also worth noting that each tooth relies on the structural presence of its neighbors. When a void is left unfilled, it could tempt the… Read more »

What Is the Best Way to Replace a Missing Tooth?

Have you recently suffered a lost or missing tooth and are in need of a tooth replacement service? Dental implants, dental bridges, and dentures are all ideal ways to restore your full smile and get you back the full functionality of your mouth, as well as improve your self-esteem in the process. What is the… Read more »

Common Hazards to Your Oral Health

If your teeth are damaged beyond repair, they may need to be corrected with the help of a tooth restoration or replacement. However, the most important thing you can do to protect your teeth is damage prevention. This includes optimum oral health habits and safety techniques. Avoid bad habits that can harm your teeth. This… Read more »

Your New Bridge Needs Additional Focus in Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine

Your new dental bridge was designed from durable materials that will prove invulnerable to the ravages of tooth decay. Yet, there are still some things that can affect the bridge and its connection with the anchoring abutments within. This often comes in the form of bacterial complications related to gum disease. When plaque and residual… Read more »

Complications from Untreated Periodontal Disease Pose a Serious Threat to Your Oral Health

Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is an easily preventable oral health condition that needlessly afflicts millions of Americans each year. It often starts out as gingivitis with common symptoms of red or inflamed gums that bleed easily during brushing and flossing as well as problems with chronic bad breath. This level of infection… Read more »

Tooth Restoration Upgrade: Dental Veneers

Upgrading your smile is a simple as ever. Dental veneers are a wonderful service provided by our team that could enhance your dental profile. Veneers are cut and shaped directly for your needs and cemented onto the fronts of any natural tooth you may wish to cover. You can choose between a single tooth or… Read more »

Oral Health Treatments for Your Jaw

Your jaw is made up of jaw bones and joints. Two distinct joints, called temporomandibular joints, also called TMJs, are the joints responsible for the movement of your jaw. If the TMJs are damaged or weakened, your jaw will fail to function properly. Keep your jaw bones and joints strong and durable. Here are some… Read more »

A Twice-Annual Dental Checkup Addresses Multiple Aspects of Oral Health

Good oral hygiene encompasses multiple aspects of a good oral health. To that end, each dental checkup performed by our professional and friendly staff is in focused stages, so you can get the best treatment possible. The appointment starts with a hygienist performing a thorough dental cleaning, removing all traces of hardened tartar from your… Read more »

Toothaches Are Often a Symptom of a More Dangerous Problem

A toothache or pain deep within the gums is always a serious cause for concern. While it can come from a myriad of sources, every toothache should be taken as a symptom of a more dangerous problem. With that in mind, you should not delay in calling to schedule an urgent appointment with your dentist,… Read more »