A Custom Mouth Guard Might Be Needed to Protect an Athlete’s Mouth

Athletics and vigorous activities can challenge the mind and body to new heights. This can also increase your chances of suffering harm to joints, muscles, bones, and oral tissues. To help prevent undue harm to your mouth, many schools and athletic organizations require the use of a quality mouth guard for contact sports and other… Read more »

Start the Fall With Better Oral Hygiene for a Stellar Smile

As part of October’s National Dental Hygiene Month, today’s message is to help you start the fall season with better oral hygiene. Fall is an ideal time to review your oral health strategy, as it brings a renewed energy after the long days of summer. Our team at has some recommendations to promote stellar oral… Read more »

The Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of Enamel Erosion

Did you know that your tooth enamel is the hardest substance in or on your body? Did you know that it can actually rebuild itself? Your tooth enamel is extremely tough. But so are the bacteria in your mouth. They are striving to break down your enamel every day. When they succeed, we call this… Read more »

A Simple Floss Stick Can Help Encourage Your Child to Floss Every Day

The American Dental Association advises that you can start brushing and flossing your child’s teeth as soon as they start to emerge from the gums. As your son or daughter gets older they can start to play at brushing and flossing their own teeth. Providing them with a themed toothbrush and child safe toothpaste can… Read more »

The Facts of Oral Hygiene: Dental Bonding

Are you aware that dental bonding treatments can protect your teeth without completely sealing them off from the world, as dental veneers and crowns often do? The real question is how willing are you to try a dental bond and is it even necessary to begin with? Dental bonding works by placing a material such… Read more »

Don’t Forget to Visit Us When You’re Expecting!

Getting ready for a baby is a big job! Right now, you are thinking about trips to the doctor, buying clothes, picking out a crib, and of course, selecting your new baby’s name! And while you’re getting ready for your new arrival, make sure that seeing your dentist is a part of your prenatal routine!… Read more »

4 Foods to Avoid for Healthy Teeth

We all know that what we eat matters to our overall health, but did you know the food you eat can affect your teeth as well?  The foods you eat directly affect your dental health. Here are some foods to avoid or reduce for a lifelong, healthy smile.   Citrus is a delicious treat. However,… Read more »

Why Dental Bridges Are Amazing

Perhaps you’ve lost a permanent tooth because of oral trauma or periodontal disease. If so, stay calm and get a dental bridge. Below you’ll find the basics about why dental bridges are amazing: A dental bridge is a dental appliance made of durable porcelain that is custom fit to your mouth. It has three “teeth”… Read more »

Why Not Restore Your Smile with the Aid of Our Dental Crown Restoration?

If you currently have a damaged tooth, why not restore your smile with the aid of a dental crown restoration? Dental crowns are artificial “caps” dentists use to restore a tooth’s function when the natural tooth is damaged. Our dentist, Dr. is pleased to offer dental crowns to replace damaged teeth in your smile. Whether… Read more »

Why Your Smile Changes with Age

If you suspect that your smile may change with age, you are on the right track. Your smile becomes more vulnerable to cavities with age, and one of the reasons is because of a condition called dry mouth. Dry mouth arises commonly as a side effect of prescription medications. Since healthy saliva flow is vital… Read more »