Knowledge Foundation: Oral Cancer Symptoms and Screenings

One of the biggest risks to a person’s smile is oral and throat cancer. Oral and throat cancer can be a devastating illness if it’s not found in time. Because of the fact that over 40,000 Americans every year are diagnosed with oral and throat cancer, it is important to always look for signs and… Read more »

Taking Care of Your Toothbrush

Your toothbrush is not the most complicated thing in your house. Unless it is an electric toothbrush, it has no moving parts. It never needs a software update or a tune-up. Because of that, it is not hard to care for your toothbrush. That being said, it does need a little TLC to keep it… Read more »

Dental Restoration Options for Replacing a Missing Tooth

Severe dental trauma and untreated cavities are two of the more common causes of tooth loss. In many of these cases a patient will experience decreased oral function. Depending on the tooth’s location it could also alter the clarity of speech as well as aesthetic issues when you smile. In a situation like this you… Read more »

Which Toothpaste Is Right for Me?

Are you one of those people who is a little overwhelmed when buying new toothpaste? There are so many options available that choosing the right toothpaste can be difficult. To aid you in your shopping, our dentist and team are more than happy to educate you about the different types of toothpastes and what they… Read more »

Protect Teeth from Cavities by Including a Fluoride Treatment in Your Dental Checkup

The American Dental Association is dedicated to helping people maintain strong teeth and a healthy mouth throughout their lifetime. This includes recommendations for brushing your teeth twice each day while also flossing your teeth and gumline at least once per day. The ADA also recommends having a dental checkup performed every six months by a… Read more »

A Temporary Crown Needs Proper Care

Dentists commonly use a temporary crown to protect an anchoring abutment during many dental restorations. This small plastic cap is designed to protect the sensitive core structures of the tooth while you await completion of your dental crown or dental bridge. It’s important to note that a temporary crown cannot fully replace the tooth’s ability… Read more »

Can Teeth Whitening Help You Achieve the Smile You Want?

If your teeth are less white or bright than you would like, our team at is happy to help you achieve the smile you love! We value your smile as much as your oral health, and we would be pleased to provide teeth whitening if it seems to be the ideal treatment for your cosmetic… Read more »

Dental Advice on Tooth Hazard Prevention

  Even though we spend a lot of time working on how to improve our physical health, we often don’t spend as much time working on how to improve oral health. With this in mind, it is a good opportunity to take a look at your smile and assess any risk factors that may be… Read more »

The Setbacks of Poor Dental Health

Ideally, you are brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing daily, this may not be enough to prevent cavities if you regularly consume sugar, skip visits to the dentist, and use tobacco. We want you to be aware of the top dental health risks and why they should be avoided. High Sugar Consumption A… Read more »

The Things a Dental Crown Can Do for Your Oral Health

A dental crown is a top-notch dental restoration that can do many things for your smile and oral health. If you’re interested in this treatment option, it’s best to contact our office and schedule an appointment with our dentist, Dr. . When you come in for your appointment, we will examine your teeth, gums, and… Read more »