Eliminate Your Cavities With Dental Fillings

Do you have any cavities? Are your teeth suffering from the early stages of tooth decay and need to be repaired? If your answer is yes to either question, eliminate your cavities with dental fillings. Dental fillings often come in two popular forms: dental amalgams and composite fillings. Although dental amalgams are often noted to… Read more »

Love Your New Smile with Dentures

Are you currently in the market for a set of dentures? Whether it will be your first pair, or you are looking to upgrade to a new pair, love your new smile with dentures. Dentures can also improve your speech, fill out your facial structure, and make eating much easier, safer, and more effective. However,… Read more »

This Holiday Season, Give the Gift of a Wonderful Smile

It’s important to continue taking care of your teeth and gums all the way through the year. During the holidays, the rush of traveling and meeting with relatives can strip us of the short amount of time we have to continue caring for our teeth. However, only a few minutes a day caring for your… Read more »

Cracks and Chips: Ways to Fix Damaged Teeth

Your teeth are made up of the hardest material in the body, a mixture of different minerals that lends strength and toughness to your biting and chewing. However, they can be broken in certain situations, such as trying to chew on something hard, like a pen or popcorn kernels. If this happens, you’ll need to… Read more »

A Tooth with a Bad Filling Might Need Root Canal Treatment

Dental fillings are designed to restore the full function of a tooth and prevent complications after it was attacked by tooth decay. As the years go by, the pervasive bacteria living in your mouth can exploit the seam between the filling and the surrounding healthy tooth enamel. When this happens, the bacteria can eventually infiltrate… Read more »

Insights on First-Aid Methods Needed to Care for a Lip Injury

While it’s rare, there are times when an accidental fall or a blow to the face can injure your lip. The severity of the injury will determine the first-aid and treatment methods needed. You can find out the extent of the damage by gently wiping away blood with a warm, wet washcloth. If you have… Read more »

How to Treat Sleep Apnea?

What have you heard about sleep apnea? You may know that if you have sleep apnea, you could wake up several times every night—but did you know that sleep apnea could also lead to several serious complications? Fortunately, our dentist can help you prevent these issues and even help you deal with your sleep apnea…. Read more »

A Severely Decayed Tooth Might Need to Be Completely Replaced by a Bridge

A small cavity that is left untreated for too long will inevitably spread to compromise more and more tooth enamel. It is possible that so much of the tooth is compromised that your dentist must extract it to prevent pain and infection. After your gums have completely healed, we can help you get a better… Read more »

Treatments for Bad Breath

Bad breath, also called halitosis, takes a lot away from your social and professional image. Here’s what you can do about it. Poor Hygiene Poor dental hygiene causes most cases of bad breath. Bacteria builds up in the mouth over time and produce the foul smells as they eat the leftover food in your mouth…. Read more »

Fillings Are Often Used to Repair Small Cavities

Small cavities form on your teeth when the pervasive bacteria in your mouth exploit an area of weakened tooth enamel. If the cavity is detected early, your dentist, Dr. , can repair it with a basic filling. First, your dentist will examine the tooth and take a few X-rays. This will help assess the extent… Read more »