Keeping Your Dentures Clean

Congratulations on your new dentures! Replacing missing teeth will allow you to eat and speak effectively, and your new smile will be a boost to your self-esteem. It’s true that your dentures are not your natural teeth, but they can still accumulate food debris, tartar and plaque, and you will... Read more »

Professional Measures Will Be Needed to Improve the Appearance of Tobacco Stained Teeth

Even occasional tobacco use can affect the general health of your mouth and the appearance of your teeth. Tar and other chemicals introduced into your mouth when you smoke or use chewing tobacco can quickly adhere to the faces of your teeth. If they are not removed by your daily... Read more »

Improving Oral Health With Tooth Replacements

Are you familiar with the effects that improper oral hygiene can have on your smile? One side effect of poor dental health or injury is missing teeth. Because tooth loss can have a debilitating effect on your smile, you will need to make sure that you visit our dentist as... Read more »

A Composite Dental Filling Can Replicate the Appearance of Natural Tooth Enamel

The teeth in the front of your mouth have cosmetic and functional value. When the tooth enamel layer on one of these teeth is compromised by a cavity it can cause discomfort, impair your ability to bite off pieces of food and could also leave you with an unattractive smile.... Read more »

Obtain New Teeth Through Dentures

Do you have a need for dentures? Did you know, gum disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults, which leaves dentures as a popular option for smile restorations? Well, it’s true! Dentures are a way to restore your smile and teeth in a simple way. To help... Read more »

Caring for Your Smile With Dental Veneers

Are you unhappy with the look of your smile? Is it because of the condition of your teeth? Did you know that an entire branch of dentistry known as cosmetic dentistry exists to help invigorate and enhance the visual aspects of your oral health? If you have any issues with... Read more »

Treatments for Your Smile: Composite Dental Fillings

Oftentimes, dental erosion can occur to the point that a hole forms in your tooth enamel. If a hole forms, this is what is known as a cavity. To effectively treat cavities, the holes will need to be filled in with a highly durable material such as a composite filling.... Read more »

A Partial Denture Can Help Replace Teeth Lost to Chronic Gum Disease

If you don’t effectively brush your teeth each morning and night, or you have a bad habit of forgetting to floss at least once each day, hardened tartar can start to accumulate at the base of your teeth near the gumline. This increases your chances of suffering from gum disease.... Read more »

A Dental Bridge Can Help Replace a Missing Tooth

Tooth loss from dental avulsion, severe tooth decay, or another oral health problem can hamper your basic oral function. Depending on the location of the original tooth the void left in your mouth could also affect your speech and the appearance of your smile. If you have lost a tooth... Read more »

Year-End Smile Upgrades: Bruxism

If you ever wake up and feel any signs of tenderness or soreness in your jaw, it may be linked to an oral health condition known as bruxism. Bruxism consists of grinding and gnashing your teeth unconsciously. Although bruxism can often occur while you're awake, it is most often associated... Read more »