Fall Into Action

The holiday season is howling around the corner with time passing faster than many of us can handle. As the leaves change and the chill in the air lingers, the ambition to get ahead of the rush starts to set in. So, why not jump ahead and start the holiday season with a fall dental… Read more »

How Implant Dentistry Can Bring Back Your Smile

Sometimes our patients have to part with one or more of their natural teeth. This is regrettable because the loss of a tooth can affect a person’s self-esteem and have more serious repercussions in the future. Here at Acre Wood Dental, we want you to enjoy a healthy lifestyle, so that means restoring your smile… Read more »

3 Facts about Scaling and Root Planing

Periodontal (gum) disease isn’t something to be taken lightly. If left untreated, gum disease can cause infection and tooth loss. Gum disease, if found in its early stages, can be treated non-surgically by your dentist. Our team is going to give you three facts about scaling and root planing and why it is considered to… Read more »

A Partial Replaces Multiple Missing Teeth

In many ways a partial, is really just a smaller version of dentures. If you’ve lost multiple teeth in one area of your mouth yet most of your remaining teeth are healthy, you should talk to your dentist about being fitted for a partial. Before recommending the partial, your dentist will need to take a… Read more »

Teeth Whitening: What You Should Know

It can be a difficult task to keep our pearly whites, white. Even with the brushing and flossing, teeth can become tinted or discolored. When this happens, you may be considering what whitening methods will give the quickest results. Our team is going to let you know all there is to know about tooth whitening,… Read more »

Water Flossers: Spraying Your Way to a Cleaner Smile

With the modern technology in the world today, dental care and oral hygiene products are improving each and every day. Because of this, perfect smiles are easier to reach. One of the newest improvements in oral hygiene is a water flosser. Water flossers are beneficial tools that make flossing easier and more enjoyable. This is… Read more »

Send Your Dental Fear Running with Sedation Dentistry

When many people think of the dental office, they think of children, even adults, screaming and crying because of the fear they feel of the dentist. But now, with the many advancements in the dental world today, there is no need to feel uncomfortable at the dental office or even fear the dentist. With sedation… Read more »

What Is The Point Of Having Wisdom Teeth?

The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons has stated that 85% of people need their wisdom teeth removed. If this is the case, then what is the point of having wisdom teeth in the first place? Wisdom teeth often impact or partially erupt and cause issues such as tooth decay and gum disease. Why… Read more »

Popping Jaw? You May Have TMJ Disorder

Does your jaw pop or click when you chew food? Do you have trouble moving it when you open your mouth? Is your jaw sore and does it hurt when eating hard or crunchy foods? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may have TMJ Disorder. What is TMJ Disorder? TMJ is… Read more »

Can Your Diet Affect Your Dental Health?

Your nutrition directly impacts your susceptibility to gum disease and tooth decay. The nutrients in the food you eat are distributed to strengthen your whole body, including your teeth. And believe it or not, your oral health is just as affected by what you consume as the rest of your body is. In other words,… Read more »