What You Should Do After a Tooth Extraction

If one of your teeth has suffered severe decay or damage, we may do what we can to save the tooth. There are times, however, when the tooth is beyond saving and to protect your health it needs to be extracted. Today, we would like to provide a brief explanation... Read more »

Learning More About Halitosis

Building the best smile possible doesn’t always consist of making sure that your mouth is supremely cleaned on a daily basis. Even if you keep your mouth as clean as possible, the truth is that several risks can still arise. This could be linked to oral accidents or injuries or... Read more »

Tips for Brushing

Were you aware that there’s a right and wrong way to brush your teeth? Did you know that brushing incorrectly can hurt your smile? Today we are providing you with a quick guide to help you brush your teeth properly and safely for what can be a beautiful smile. We... Read more »

Try Invisalign® For A Straight Smile

Ofttimes, people assume that orthodontic treatment must be completed during your pre-teen or teenage years. But what if you missed out on getting braces during that time? Are you stuck with a crooked smile for the rest of your life? The answer is a resounding “No!” You can get a... Read more »

Are the Foods and Drinks You Consume Helping or Hurting Your Smile?

When you eat and drink you are not just putting tasty things in your mouth, but things that can help or hurt your oral health. Today we're looking at what you should consuming if you want to keep your teeth and gums as healthy as they can be. Our Aesthetics... Read more »

Effective Flossing Is Essential for Maintaining Good Periodontal Health

The American Dental Association advocates a consistent daily oral hygiene routine to help reduce your chances of suffering from cavities and gum disease. This consists of brushing your teeth each morning and night, as well as flossing between each of your teeth and around the gumline at least once per... Read more »

Health Conditions That Could Be Signs of Gum Disease

Gum disease is a destructive periodontal infection that can affect many areas of your oral health if ignored over time. This infection can arise from complications caused by not visiting the dentist for checkups, having poor oral hygiene, smoking or chewing tobacco, or struggling to clean between crooked teeth. Patients... Read more »

A Custom Mouth Guard Provides Comfort and Protection

The American Association of Endodontists notes that athletic injuries are a common source of dental trauma. This is often the result of an accidental or unintentional blow to the face, and might also be associated with soft tissue trauma and joint injury. To help minimize potential oral trauma many schools... Read more »

Can You Have Dental Procedures While Breastfeeding Your Child?

Nursing mothers are sometimes concerned about seeing the dentist for dental work while they are still breastfeeding their child. The good news is, dental materials are safe for breastfeeding mothers and won't impact breast milk. You can indeed have laser dentistry, and use sedation methods during your treatment, without having... Read more »

What to Do If a Tooth Chips

Any tooth is vulnerable to chipping and cracks even though they are extremely strong. Tooth decay; bad dental habits such as chewing on ice; and accidents involving a car, hard falls, or blows to the face can result in a tooth breaking. Even if you don’t feel any pain, you... Read more »