The Tips You Need to Maintain a Strong Oral Health During Pregnancy

As you prepare to grow your family, it’s important that you care for your smile during pregnancy so you can have a strong and successful oral health once the nine months are completed. To help you take good care of your smile, Dr. and our team at strongly recommend that you do the following things… Read more »

What Does Teething Look Like?

Taking good care of a baby’s oral health starts even before that first tooth erupts. Caring for your baby’s gums sets the stage for good oral health as the teeth emerge. A baby’s tooth buds actually form while mom-to-be is in her second trimester. When the roots form they force crown to move upward. Eventually… Read more »

Flossing is an Important Part of your Daily Hygiene Routine

Brushing your teeth and attending your twice annual dental checkups, are important cornerstones for good oral health. While brushing your teeth with abrasive toothpaste helps to remove food particles and plaque from the surfaces of your teeth, there are some places it simply can’t clean. Flossing your teeth immediately after brushing, helps to remove food… Read more »

Dental Bridge: Filling the Gap in Your Smile

If you’re embarrassed by the gap in your smile that is resulting from your missing permanent teeth, dental bridges are here to save the day! With the help of this restoration, you will have your dream smile in no time and you will finally have the ability to chew, eat, talk, and smile once again…. Read more »

Don’t Let Bad Habits Destroy Your Teeth This Thanksgiving

The annual American feast of all feasts is almost here. Thanksgiving is the time to bring love, family, and friend’s closer together as we remember all we are thankful for this year. This year, don’t let your feasts bring your oral health down. Keep your oral care up by avoiding these three bad habits: 1…. Read more »

Why You Need Dental Cleanings

Are you devoted to your smile and to your oral health? Do you work hard to keep your teeth healthy, and bright? Do you brush and floss every day? Did you know that even if you do all these things, but don’t visit your dentist for a routing cleaning once every six months, you actually… Read more »

What to Put in a Dental Emergency First Aid Kit

Injuries, accidents and emergencies can happen to your mouth just like any other part of the body. When this happens you will want to act fast and keep calm. Having a first aid specifically set up to handle dental emergencies can go a long way towards improving your chances of successfully handling most common problems…. Read more »

Which Filling Should I Choose?

Sometimes it’s hard to know which filling to choose when you just learned of a cavity hiding in your teeth. Many people don’t know the difference between the types of fillings available or how to pick the filling that would be the best for their smile. Here at , we offer two different kinds of… Read more »

What You Can Do for a Toothache

Did you know a toothache can be a sign that you have a bigger problem? If you have a toothache, we invite you to get help from a dental professional. However, what should you do while you wait? Since we don’t want you to be uncomfortable, we are happy to offer some remedies that may… Read more »

How to Manage a Pediatric Dental Emergency

Dental emergencies can be scary and traumatic, even for children, but we are here to help you make the most out of the situation. For success and immediate treatment, please do the following: 1. Call our office as soon as possible. 2. If you cannot get a hold of us, take your child to the… Read more »