Achieve Optimum Holiday Health with Composite Dental Fillings

In order to ensure your smile has the greatest chance for oral health care success, it is important to visit your dentist for examinations to check for any forms of dental damage that have arisen. This includes checkups to determine if any cavities are present in your teeth. If a cavity is present, a composite dental filling treatment can be... read more »

Protect Your Damaged Teeth with Root Canals

Are you in need of a root canal therapy? Although they are common, a root canal should only be used as a last resort to save a tooth from what otherwise would be an extraction. Root canals are required if the pulp of a tooth has been damaged or has become infected. Via root canals, the pulp is safely removed... read more »

Fluoride: Improve Your Dental Health

Fluoride is a mineral that is important to dental health, as it strengthens the tooth enamel. The teeth become more resistant to acid attacks from bacteria in the mouth. Fluoride helps prevent tooth decay and can even reverse early tooth decay. So, where can I find fluoride, you may ask? Fluoride is found in many places naturally and has been... read more »

Can a Breath Mint Prevent Bad Breath?

At some point in your life, you’ve probably had to deal with bad breath. When you do, do you ever turn to a breath mint or chewing gum? If so you aren’t alone, but are these products really the best thing for your oral health? In reality, using mints and gum isn’t necessarily a problem--though sugar will feed the bacteria... read more »

Good Bacteria, Bad Bacteria, and Your Mouth

You may know that your mouth is full of bacteria, even if you brush and floss your teeth. Fortunately, not all of the bacteria are bad. Of course, there are definitely bacteria you should remove. For instance, plaque comes from these bad bacteria. Sadly, plaque may erode your teeth and cause cavities. If not removed, plaque could harden into tartar,... read more »

At Home Oral Care for Your Baby

We all know that oral health and proper tooth care are important, and we invite you to bring your child to our dentist when they are about one year old so we can help. But did you know that there are things you can do to care for your child’s smile even when they are an infant? In fact, you... read more »