Test Your Gum Disease Knowledge Here

Do you know everything about gum disease? Well, it’s time to find out. The more you know about gum disease, the better. In fact, the more you know, the better chance you have of preventing it as well as treating it immediately. Prevention and treatment are very important because gum disease is a very serious… Read more »

Keeping Dental Implants Strong

Dental implants can provide a sturdy means of replacing teeth that have gone missing. Implants draw their sturdiness from being rooted in the jawbone and supported by the gums. In order to maintain their strength and your oral health too, it can help to remember the following things. You can still benefit from brushing and… Read more »

Flossing Facts

Did you know there are different kinds of floss? Did you know there could be a dental floss that is better for your particular needs? Well, it’s true! Flossing is essential to your oral health and should be done each day as part of your regular routine. That is why, our dentist, Dr. with in… Read more »

Teach Your Smile About Dental Veneers

Improving your smile with dental veneers can be extremely beneficial for your self-esteem. Not only will this drastically boost your self-image and the look of your smile, but it can also improve social settings, work settings, and remove any issues and problems you may have with your oral health care needs and desires. For cosmetic… Read more »

Hard-Bristled Toothbrushes Compared to Soft-Bristled Toothbrushes

Are you in the oral hygiene aisle at the store trying to decide between a hard and soft-bristled toothbrush? If so, you’re not alone. Many people don’t know the differences between the two products. Our , Dr. , is happy to help you by comparing the two tools. That way you can select the brush… Read more »

Dry Mouth & Pregnancy: How to Relieve the Dryness

Pregnancy carries many effects, including those having to do with your oral health. One of those effects is dry mouth. Even though this common condition is not brought up much, it still causes dental issues. Dry mouth is usually the result of changing hormones, along with nausea and other pregnancy symptoms. The hormone shift occurs… Read more »

Oral Health as You Get Older

Today, our team is pleased to share oral health concerns with you, particularly since October is National Dental Hygiene Month. You see, as we age, our dental care is just as important as ever. Your body isn’t the only thing that suffers from time, your smile is vulnerable as well. Let’s look at three things… Read more »

The Symptoms of Bruxism and TMJ Disorder

Have you ever been told that you grind your teeth while you sleep? If so, you may have bruxism. Bruxism is an oral health disorder wherein the patient grinds and clenches his or her teeth. Sadly, because most cases of bruxism occur while asleep, you may be unaware of it. On the flip side, there… Read more »

Pink Discharge During Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine Could Be a Symptom of a Periodontal Health Problem

The American Dental Associations advocates a consistent daily oral hygiene routine based on brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing at least once. This will help to remove bacterial deposits from your teeth and gumline. Inconsistencies in this daily regimen can cause hardened tartar to build up, thus increasing your chances of suffering periodontal… Read more »

The Facts of Oral Hygiene: Bruxism

Bruxism is a common oral health disorder categorized by the unconscious grinding of your teeth. The most usual form is sleep bruxism, which occurs as you rest. If you are unsure if you suffer from bruxism, here are a few tips to ask yourself: Were you ever been told that you snore or grind your… Read more »