Oral Health Services: Dental Implants

Is your smile lacking any teeth or are you in line for a tooth extraction soon? Would you like to guarantee that your jaw will remain strong with a full smile for future use? Replace your lost or extracted teeth with reliable treatments such as dental implants. Your oral health services guide for dental implants…

The Benefits of CEREC® Crowns and Fillings

If you have broken or damaged teeth, or suffer from a cavity, consider restoring your smile with tooth-colored treatments that make use of CEREC® technology. Rejoice in the benefits of CEREC crowns and fillings. Here are a few tips about CEREC: – In order to ensure the best fit possible, your dentist can adjust the…

Dental Implants Can Save Your Smile

If you are missing teeth, your entire jaw and face suffer. You smile will slip, your dimples will dip, and your demeanor will appear meaner. With the quality craftsmanship from our esteemed dentists at , you smile will have never looked better. Our team can install dental implants into your gums and jawline, and return…

Your Smile and Your Health Are Related

Why would dental cleanings affect your body as well as your smile? Regular professional teeth cleanings work with your daily oral routine to maintain good oral health and resulting in a healthy smile. Preventing tooth decay and gum disease is an ongoing challenge that can be possible with healthy habits along with regular professional dental cleanings. Daily brushing…

Dental Crowns: An Introduction

When a tooth has been damaged by injury, decay, or simply day-to-day wear and tear, it may need more restorative care than a simple dental filling. When a tooth requires significant restoration, our dentist may recommend a dental crown. You may have heard of crowns before, but would you like to learn more? Why does…

How to Floss Your Teeth for a Healthier Smile!

A healthier smile is as close as your dental floss dispenser! The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends brushing at least twice each day and flossing at least once a day for a healthy smile. While toothbrushes effectively remove plaque and food debris from the tops and sides of teeth, dental floss reaches those tight crevices between…

Ten Terrible Treats For Your Teeth

Food helps to keep both your body and teeth healthy. Though many foods strengthen and rebuild tooth enamel, some have the opposite effect. Here are ten foods and drinks you should avoid if you want to keep your teeth healthy. Sticky Foods: Sticky foods like candies and dried fruits can linger on teeth, which gives…

Are Veneers Right for You?

Are you happy with the appearance of your smile? Do you ever wish there was something you could do to brighten your smile, correct small chips and gaps, or cover stains? Luckily, there are different procedures that can address each of these problems, such as dental crowns, teeth whitening, or dental bonding. However, there is…