One or More Knocked Out Teeth Can Be Restored By a Bridge

Every year, nearly five million teeth are knocked out and are in need of restoration. While many of these knocked-out teeth are a result of sports accidents, there are still many teeth that get knocked out because of a hard fall or other unexpected accident. In a few rare cases, our team can implant the… Read more »

The Way to Treat Dry Socket

Are you suffering from a dry socket in , ? If so, Dr. and our team are here to help you! Dry sockets are painful dental problems that occur when the blood clot in the tooth extraction site is displaced. When this happens, the healing process is delayed and your comfort is altered. It’s best… Read more »

Dental Implants Information

As you may know, a dental implant is a treatment designed to replace a lost tooth—but do you ever wonder if you’re a good candidate? If you have, there are a few things you should know. Dental implants are designed to look and feel like a natural tooth. Sadly, if you’re missing a tooth you… Read more »

Should My Dental Routine Change if I’m Pregnant?

Expecting a new baby is an exciting time. It can also be stressful. Many women worry if their current health habits are good for their baby, and wonder if they should make any changes. Your oral health is an important element of your overall wellness, and there are some considerations you should make regarding your… Read more »

A Few Facts on the Types of Teeth

Can you name every type of tooth in your mouth? Do you know how many of each tooth you have or what your teeth do? Generally, every mouth has four types of teeth: incisors, canines, premolars, and molars. Children typically have twenty primary teeth while adults usually have thirty-two. As you probably know, each type… Read more »

A Few Teeth Brushing Secrets

You know that you should brush your teeth every day, but do you know when the best time to brush is? Or how often you should brush? Similarly, do you ever wonder if you should brush or floss first? Today, our team at is happy to address questions like these. Most dentists recommend that you… Read more »

Taking Care of Your Dentures

Adjusting to anything new in life can be challenging. Dentures are the same way. When it comes to caring for your dentures it’s important to keep them clean and cared for properly so the lifespan of your dentures is not cut short. Luckily, it’s not difficult to care for dentures. Much like your regular teeth,… Read more »

Everything You Need to Know About Gum Disease

Gum disease is a scary and dangerous health condition that slowly moves in on your smile without any major symptoms or warning signs. So, you need to be extremely careful and do the best you can to prevent this disease. Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, develops when the plaque on your smile continues… Read more »

Diet And Dental Health: What’s Good And What’s Bad For Your Teeth

A smile is one of the first things people notice about you, so it is important to keep it in good condition. Because one of the main functions of teeth is to chew food, you need to watch what you eat in order to maintain good dental health. Here are some of the best and… Read more »

Which Mouth Guard Is Right For You?

Did you know that many organized sports require players to have mouth guards? It’s true, and for good reason of course. Mouth guards, also called mouth protectors, help cushion and protect the face, mouth and teeth from severe damage sometimes caused by playing sports. Did you also know you can choose what type of mouth… Read more »