Gum Disease Is More Serious Than You Might Think

When you think about a vibrant, healthy smile, you probably think about your teeth. And truthfully, healthy teeth are an integral part of oral health. But there are other elements that can sometimes get overlooked. One of these is your gums. Gums play an essential role in oral health, supporting and protecting teeth and other… Read more »

All You Need to Know About the Three Types of Dental Sedation

Dental sedation in , , is a beneficial product that helps wash away the fears of those who are terrified of the dental office. There are many different types of sedatives available in the world today, and our team is happy to tell you all about them! There are three sedatives that are commonly used… Read more »

Three Smile-Care Tips for Athletes

As you participate in your favorite sports and activities, it’s important to think of your smile. There are many accidents that can occur while you are active, and some of those accidents could involve your oral cavity. So, if you want to care for your smile while you are playing sports and staying active, our… Read more »

Tips for Dealing with Your Dental Anxiety

Dental anxiety is a recognized psychological condition known as dental anxiety that causes an individual to feel undue fear and anxiety during basic dental procedures. Your comfort is very important to us. When scheduling your appointment let us know if you experience dental anxiety. So we can help to put you at ease. It’s not… Read more »

The Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Dentures

We understand that dentures have the potential to be confusing and mysterious, which is why we are here to help you know more about them! There are a lot of details about dentures that many people don’t know about, and we are happy to share them with you by giving you the answers to the… Read more »

Dealing with a Damaged, Loose or Lost Crown

While your new crown and the abutment anchoring are designed to be very durable there are times when it could be damaged, come loose or fall out. Advanced gum disease, receding gums or a blow to the face, are some of the more common causes of crown problems. If you have a crown that is… Read more »

Pain Free Dentistry

Novocaine has been the primary numbing agent for many dental procedures, for many years. Once the novocaine takes effect it sufficiently numbs the area for a long period of time. However, some patients do complain about pain, discomfort and anxiety during the injection. This is even more common with special needs patients and people suffering… Read more »

5 Tricks on Easing Your Dental Phobia

If you are afraid of the dental office and everything associated with it, there are some things you can do to ease your dental phobia. Many people suffer from major dental problems because they avoid the dentist at all cost. We don’t want this to be you, and we want to help you in any… Read more »

Don’t Let a Dental Emergency Make You Anxious

Winter is almost here (and for some of us, it already is!) and in the busyness of the season you don’t want to have to worry about dental emergencies that can come up. But since it helps to be prepared, we have some ideas to help you. Although you will want to get to our… Read more »

Showing Gratitude to Your Dental Sealants

This Thanksgiving holiday, like most folks you will likely be recalling many of the things you are grateful for. Your health is probably on the list, so don’t leave out your oral health! Your beautiful smile, you pearly whites, your pink healthy gums, the list could be long. We have another item for your gratitude… Read more »