We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
While they’re young, your child’s dental care is in your hands. Now is the time to help them develop healthy dental habits so they can grow up with a great smile. Find the best dentist and follow this expert advice to teach your child proper dental care. Show Kids How to Care for Their Teeth and Gums It’s important to…Continue reading
Your dental care routine is an important way to reduce the number of bacteria in your mouth, but because the microbes are a normal and important part of digestion, you can’t eliminate them entirely. One of their duties is to break down the foods and sugars left on your teeth when you eat or drink. If you smoke, drink too…Continue reading
When people talk about tooth extraction, they’re referring to the procedure where a tooth is pulled from its place in the bone. While it may seem and sound uncomfortable, it’s actually a source of great relief from dental pain and problems. For a better understanding of tooth extraction, take a look at this useful guide filled with details on what…Continue reading
A dental emergency is much like a medical emergency in that careful steps must be taken to ensure optimal outcomes. In some cases, you will need to seek emergency dental services or head straight to the hospital. Understanding the severity of the situation is part of handling the situation appropriately. Whether it is a knocked-out tooth, tongue laceration, or dismantled…Continue reading
The wisdom teeth are the third molars that emerge late on the top and bottom of the jaw line in the very back of the mouth. More than 85 percent of adults require wisdom teeth removal at some point in their lives due to complications, such as the teeth being fully or partially impacted or the teeth cause crowding and…Continue reading
Do you wear braces or are you contemplating getting braces so you can have that stunning smile you have always dreamed of? If so, the following information is intended to help you live the best possible life while your orthodontic treatment is underway. It is not uncommon for patients with braces to be concerned about the sorts of foods they…Continue reading
Gingivitis. You see that word splashed in large letters across your bottle of mouthwash. You hear the word boom from the voiceover on the mouthwash commercial. So, now you know you need mouthwash to prevent gingivitis, but what exactly is gingivitis? Should you be concerned? Yes, you should be concerned. Gingivitis is the initial stage of gum disease, when the…Continue reading
The American Dental Association (ADA) reminds parents that good oral hygiene habits must be instilled in children from a very young age to protect their overall health. Oral hygiene is significantly correlated with risk of disease. Even more startling is that poor dental care is a prevalent issue in the United States. Not only is tooth decay the second most…Continue reading