Why You Might Try Invisalign® Instead of Braces

Do you want to straighten your smile but dislike the idea using of braces? If you want a different choice, Invisalign® might be for you. With Invisalign, you use two custom-made, plastic retainers that rest on your teeth and gently align them. Here is an overview of what advantages they have over braces. The plastic… Read more »

Care for Your Smile by Learning About Dental Veneers

Several factors are involved in producing beautiful smiles. Not only do you need to make sure they have optimum oral health care techniques, but you need to be eating right and keeping your teeth safe due to lifestyle choices. However, even with all these aspects of play, nature simply may not have given you the… Read more »

Why Should I Attend My Dental Checkups?

Dental checkups are very important, which is why your , Dr. , strongly encourages attending your checkups every six months. Whether you believe it or not, your checkups can benefit you in a variety of different ways. To help you know how, our dental team is happy to list the benefits of a dental checkup… Read more »

Protecting Your Oral Health During Pregnancy

Every parent wants the best experience during pregnancy, with the best outcome being a happy, healthy baby. Here at , we take expectant mother’s health seriously and have ways to ensure their oral health with our dentist in , . First, as soon as the positive sign is indicated, it’s time to see Dr. for… Read more »

Fall Is a Good Time to Make New Smile Goals

Thanks to the renewed energy that fall brings, it is a good time to make new goals to encourage a healthier smile throughout the year. October is also National Dental Hygiene Month, so our team at is excited to share some oral hygiene goals for you to give you the healthy, confident smile you deserve…. Read more »

Why Quitting Smoking Can Save Your Oral Health

Studies have overwhelmingly shown smoking to be bad for your health, and can cause many diseases, most commonly cancers, such as lung and oral cancer. There are a number of adverse effects smoking has on your oral health. Here is why quitting smoking can save your oral health, including your teeth – and ultimately your… Read more »

Periodontal Health Problems Are Often Related to Inconsistent Flossing Habits

Your daily oral hygiene routine is a foundational element for maintaining a healthy mouth. To aid in this effort the American Dental Association encourages you to brush your teeth twice each day and floss at least once. This simple daily regimen will help to remove plaque and food particles before they can harden into tartar…. Read more »

Are You Informed about Bruxism?

Due to the behaviors of bruxism on your smile, it can be hard to detect. Bruxism is caused by symptoms of grinding and gnashing your teeth together, often to the detriment of your oral health. Bruxism often takes place while a person sleeps, which is why it is so difficult to detect. Are you informed… Read more »

Dealing with Dry Mouth

We’ve all had moments when our mouth has run dry. It may be the result of fear or stress, or even an illness. But for many it is a regular part of their lives and it can cause problems for their mouths and teeth. Here is what you should know if you are dealing with… Read more »

Top Tips for Helping Kids Brush

Getting your child to brush his or her teeth for two minutes, twice a day can be quite a task. Simply setting a timer and supervising can be tedious for both child and adult!  At , we know that brushing can be fun. Here are a few tips to help move things along.    … Read more »