The Causes of, and Treatments for Teeth Grinding (Bruxism)

If you have noticed that your teeth are loose, chipped, or even looking flattened; if your tooth enamel has been wearing off; or you are experiencing headaches or pain in your jaw, it may be time for you to meet with Dr. at for an exam to see if you have been grinding your teeth…. Read more »

Prevent Tooth Extractions with Root Canal Therapies

Did you know that it may be possible to save damaged teeth with root canal therapies? Although the pulp is the life force of the tooth, the removal of damaged pulp often gives a tooth the best chance for success. Prevent tooth extractions with root canal therapies. Here are a few tips about root canals:… Read more »

Are You Suffering From the Effects of Halitosis?

Have you been suffering from the effects of halitosis, otherwise known as bad breath? If so, you are not alone. This disorder produces unpleasant smells in your mouth. It can be caused by a variety of factors, typically, however, lacking in good oral hygiene and having an infection in your mouth–such as an abscessed tooth,… Read more »

Is Dental Bonding the Restoration Treatment You Have Been Looking For?

Are your teeth damaged and in need of a tooth restoration service? Is dental bonding the restoration treatment you have been looking for? Dental bonding can improve the look of your smile and correct damage that has left the root of the tooth exposed due to a break in the tooth enamel. Typically, dental bonding… Read more »

How to Treat an Abscessed Tooth

You’ve probably heard that there are several dental issues that might be uncomfortable. For instance, cavities or chipped teeth may lead to issues like toothaches or sensitive teeth. You might also know that a damaged root canal may cause extreme discomfort when you eat, but would you be surprised to hear that an abscess may… Read more »

Your Teeth: How Diet Impact Their Health

You probably understand that there are many things you should consider trying if you’d like to live a healthy, balanced lifestyle. For example, you may have heard that following a nutritious diet can help you keep your body healthy, but did you know that the foods you consume might have a negative effect on your… Read more »

How to Maintain a Strong and Healthy Smile as an Athlete

Dr. and our dental team care about you and your smile, which is why we encourage you to keep your teeth and gums in mind while you participate in your sports and activities. Little did you know, your smile can be in grave danger if you’re not careful. So, to prevent dental issues and oral… Read more »

Your Jaw Can Wear down over Time, Causing TMJ Disorders

Our jaws in our mouths depend on joints called temporomandibular joints to function properly. Our temporomandibular joints, also known as TMJs, can wear down over time, causing TMJ disorders. Here are some helpful treatments to protect your TMJs, and to prevent your jaw from failing: – If you are seeking for treatment systems you can… Read more »

Denture Cleaning Tips

Do you have dentures in , ? If so, good for you! Dentures are handy appliances that can help you eat, talk, and smile with confidence. However, just like your natural teeth, your dentures need to be cleaned and taken care of each day. If you don’t do everything you can to keep your appliance… Read more »

What to Eat After Root Canal Therapy

Have you heard that root canal therapy can save a tooth with a damaged center? If you decide avoid root canal therapy, the damaged tooth could eventually die and even fall out. Once you have root canal therapy, how should you continue to care for your teeth? More specifically, do you know what you should… Read more »