The Cool Oral Hygiene Tools You Never Thought Existed

Are you bored with your oral hygiene routine? If so, our dentist, Dr. , and dental team have some good news for you. There are cool oral hygiene tools in the world that can make cleaning your smile a little more exciting! We will be thrilled to tell you all about them. The first tool… Read more »

Caring for Your Teeth in Old Age

Solid health is wonderful, but that doesn’t mean it will always last continually. As people grow, their mouths tend to erode more quickly and require more maintenance, jaw muscles weaken, taste buds become less sensitive and the nerves in teeth shrink, making it harder to notice tooth pain and/or gum disease. If you’ve reached advanced… Read more »

Defining Oral Cancer

Oral cancer, which is sometimes referred to as mouth cancer, is a head and neck cancer which occurs mostly in people aged 40-60, though it can strike at any age. Symptoms of mouth cancer may include lumps, bumps or knobs of cancerous tissue in the oral cavity, oral sores that don’t go away, and loose… Read more »

Toothbrush Care

Brushing your teeth is such a frequent need that the habit can become mindless. While having a toothbrushing habit is a very good thing, occasionally we need to brush up on our brushing to make sure we are giving our teeth and gums the very best treatment we can. Soft-bristled toothbrushes are the best for… Read more »

Canker Sores: Causes and Care

Sometimes the mouth can be confusing, especially if you don’t know much about the teeth and tissues. No need to worry! This is the case for many people. One mystery of the mouth is canker sores. These are shallow, small ulcers that make eating and talking difficult. They are not contagious and can occur as… Read more »

Cavity Prevention for Your Smile

One of the most infamous diseases our teeth can suffer from is cavities. They can occur at any age and condition, and sometimes can go undetected for a very long time, thus allowing them to continue to harm your teeth. If cavities are not treated and removed, they can result in infection and tooth loss…. Read more »

The Benefits of Dental Microscopes

Magnification is incredibly beneficial in dentistry. Magnifying an image improves your dentist or dental professional’s visibility. This helps us to accurately diagnose any dental issue you may have and to provide the appropriate treatment. Since magnification being the current standard of dentistry, it may come as a surprise that only a minority of dentists use… Read more »

Take Care of Your Smile

Did you know, your smile is what others notice about you before anything else? Your smile can say a lot about you, which is why it is important to take special care of it. To help keep you informed, Dr. and the team here at in , , are excited to give you some insight… Read more »

Understanding Food and Your Oral Health

Do you understand the foods that can hinder or help your oral health? If you are unsure, you are not alone. Thousands of people don’t think about the foods or drinks they are consuming and how it affects their oral health. Here at in , , our team cares about your oral health, which is… Read more »

Common Questions about Dental Bridges

Has your dentist, Dr. , told you that it’s time to get a dental bridge? Are you wondering what that means for you? Look no further. A bridge is an oral appliance that is permanently attached to your gumline which serves as a substitute for one or more missing teeth. It is anchored to your… Read more »