Jumpstart Your Spring If You Are Suffering from Diabetes

Are you familiar with the risks associated with diabetes and how it can impact your smile? Diabetes affects nearly thirty million Americans, and our office is well trained in providing treatments contoured to your needs. If you are diabetic, your body's ability to process sugar will be altered, so you will need specific treatments to help handle your oral health... read more »

Provide Your Smile Extra Support From Mouth Jewelry

Are you aware of the risks associated with mouth jewelry? Mouth jewelry refers to products that you place into your mouth often for a cosmetic appeal. This includes lip and tongue rings. Although they may seem like stylish opportunities to improve your look, there are several oral health risks associated with them, including the following: - Mouth jewelry is linked... read more »

Water Flossers Can Correct Issues That Arise with Cleaning Between Teeth

The fall season is here at last and with it comes a bountiful harvest, fresh corn on the cob, and a multitude of sweets and treats to satisfy your palate. However, many sweets and treats do contain sugars, or sticky and chewy substances that can lead to oral health ailments. Protect your mouth against the dangers of tooth decay and... read more »

Healthy Food Choices

If you take the time to care for your teeth and gums, you stand a better chance of preventing tooth decay and gum disease. This includes the kinds of food you that you enjoy. Remember that healthy food choices will lead to a healthy smile. Foods that contain calcium and phosphorus can strengthen tooth enamel and keep your teeth healthy... read more »

Some Favorite Cosmetic Dentistry Treatments

If you are looking to upgrade, enhance, or otherwise improve the look of your smile, a cosmetic dentistry treatment is a great solution. Listed below are important facts regarding cosmetic dentistry treatments: - Dental bridges are cosmetic enhancements that fill out your smile by replacing missing teeth and filling in the gaps left behind. - Teeth whitening treatments rely on... read more »

Take Caution against the Perils of Bruxism

Take caution against the perils of bruxism. Bruxism is a common, yet often undetected sleep disorder branded by grinding or gnashing your teeth while unconscious and often done while asleep. Treating bruxism can be done fairly easily with night guards or bite plates, but the hard task is determining if you even suffer from it, to begin with. If you... read more »

Tooth Replacement Services 101: Dental Bridges

If you have missing or lost teeth, a dental bridge can be used to fill in the gaps left behind. Dental bridges can fill in one or more spaces with an artificial substitute that is cemented or attached directly to neighboring teeth to ensure a steady hold and firm grip. Don’t let your missing teeth result in poor oral hygiene. To... read more »

Bruxism Could Be Damaging Your Teeth While You Sleep

Bruxism is an oral health ailment caused by the unconscious act of grinding, clenching, or snapping your teeth together, often done while sleeping. If left unchecked, bruxism can be detrimental to your oral health and could lead to other conditions, including TMD, sleep deprivation, and sleep apnea. Because bruxism could be damaging your teeth while you sleep, let's take a... read more »