A dental bridge is a common choice for people that are missing teeth and looking for a restorative solution. We often get asked how does it work and how to take care of it. Read our blog post to learn everything you need to know about dental bridges.
Whether you’re new to the area or just looking to make a change, choosing a family dentist can be tough. Read our blog post for three tips on choosing a family dentist.
You know that unhealthy teeth cause problems, but did you know how much they can affect the rest of your body? There are specific issues that can pop up when your mouth isn’t healthy. Check out our blog post for five ways oral health affects your overall health.
Dental anxiety prevents many children and adults from getting the regular dental care they need. To help our patients feel more comfortable receiving treatment, we are proud to offer sedation dentistry services. Read our blog post for details!
Here’s something you never thought you’d hear your dentist say: chocolate may be surprisingly good for teeth! Emerging research shows that certain kinds of chocolate are chock full of oral health benefits. Read our blog post for details!
When you think of wintertime, chances are your mind goes to thoughts of enjoying the holidays with family, or having some fun in the snow on vacation. Read our blog post where we share a few reasons why winter is also a great time to pop on into a dental office.
Taking care of your teeth doesn’t stop once you leave the dentist’s office. When you’re at home, it’s important to exercise good oral hygiene to prevent issues in the future. Read our blog post for tips on practicing good oral hygiene at home.
Dental implants are metal posts or frames that go into the jawbone beneath your gums, so replacement teeth can be fit on top. If you have missing teeth, implants are a great option, but are you a good candidate? Read our blog post to help determine if dental implants are right for you.
Did you know that your oral health not only impacts your teeth, tongue, and gums but can affect your overall health? Medical researchers have found links between your oral health and acne, heart disease, and other conditions. Check out our blog post where we discuss a recent study that suggests that gum disease may increase your risk for Alzheimer’s.
Your teeth are incredibly precious. Once you lose, break, or damage a tooth, it will never be the same. Check out our blog post for a few common trends and fads that are best avoided in order to maintain your oral health.