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Maximize Your Benefits

We want to remind you that if you have benefits remaining through your insurance provider for 2017, they may go to waste if not used by the end of the year. 2018 is just around the corner, and we want to make sure you use all of your benefits before you lose them! Additionally, if… Read More

Why Implants Are So Popular

Dental implants are an increasingly popular option for people who are missing teeth and wish to restore their smile to its former beauty. Dental implants are a better option for most people than dentures for a variety of reasons. Let’s take a look at what those reasons are. Implants last as long as you do… Read More

The Tooth-Harming Foods to Avoid Eating

Your dentist, Dr. , and our team care about you and your oral health, which is why we strongly recommend taking good care of your smile. In order to do so, you will need to keep up on oral hygiene, attend your dental cleanings and checkups, and have a healthy and balanced diet. Today, we… Read More

Understanding Children’s Oral Health: Baby Teeth Facts

The more you know about baby teeth, the better, which is why our team is happy to give you the information you need so you can better understand your child’s oral health. With our tips, you will be able to give your child the strong, healthy, and beautiful smile they deserve. For your convenience, we… Read More

Caring for Your Night Guard

If you’re a tooth-grinder, you may already have a night guard. If you don’t, our team at highly recommends being fitted for one to preserve your teeth from constant clenching and grinding. Night guards are designed to last a long time, and proper care will maximize their durability and efficiency. It’s important that you rinse… Read More

Did You Lose a Permanent Tooth?

Since permanent teeth won’t be replaced naturally, most people visit the dentist for an artificial replacement. However, if swift action is taken, Dr. may be able to restore your tooth without the use of a replacement. If you experience a knocked-out tooth, we suggest that you take the following measures: –Keep the tooth: Find the… Read More

The Dry Mouth Drought

It’s easy to know when you suffer from dry mouth: you experience a constant sensation of dryness and may also develop sores and cracked skin in the corners of your mouth, difficulty swallowing, bad breath, a burning tongue, thick saliva, increased plaque and tooth decay. The presence of dry mouth is not only uncomfortable, it’s… Read More

Oral Cancer: Why Consider a Screening?

What do you know about oral cancer? You may understand that many people who smoke ultimately find themselves with oral cancer. Still, did you know that drinking can cause the same problems? Or that oral cancer doesn’t necessarily form exclusively in your mouth? In fact, oral cancer can also form in on your gums, in… Read More

Exercise and Your Smile

You’ve probably heard that leading an active health style is great for your heart and your body, but did you know that exercise can also benefit your teeth–especially if you stay hydrated. Did you know that the health of your body and your oral health are related? You see, if you have gum disease, your… Read More

Root Canal Therapy Prevention

Do you avoid root canal therapy because you’ve heard how painful it is? If so, did you know that root canal therapy is actually about as uncomfortable as having a cavity filled? In fact, root canals are more comfortable than they’ve ever been, which is fortunate because ignoring a damaged root canal can lead to… Read More