What to Do With a Soft-Tissue Injury

If you have recently injured your tongue, cheeks, gums, or lips, it’s important to do all you can to improve the situation. Some soft-tissue injuries can be dangerous, so if your injury has resulted in bleeding, our team recommends doing the following things: -Rinse: Rinse your mouth with a salt-water solution. Doing so will help… Read more »

Have a Cavity? We Can Help!

What if, despite your best efforts to care for your pearly whites (daily brushing and flossing along with regular dental cleanings) you feel pain when you chew your food, have a tooth that is sensitive to hot and cold, or a toothache that isn’t getting better? Turns out, you may have developed dental caries, and… Read more »

An Overview: Dental Crowns

When a tooth has been significantly damaged by decay or injury and needs more extensive treatment than a simple dental filling, our dentist may choose to restore the tooth with a dental crown. Dental crowns are used worldwide to strengthen and protect damaged teeth with durable, natural-looking restorations. Perhaps you’ve heard of dental crowns in… Read more »

Bonding. Dental Bonding.

Are you interested in improving the appearance of your smile? Do you wish your smile was straighter and more attractive? Or do you have a tooth that has been damaged or chipped? Dental bonding is a popular dental service to improve the appearance of individual teeth or to repair minor flaws on teeth. Dental bonding… Read more »

What to Look for in a Brand of Toothpaste

Brushing your teeth is absolutely essential to maintaining the health of your mouth. The American Dental Association recommends that you brushing your teeth twice a days with a soft bristled toothbrush. This will help to remove food particles and plaque from your teeth before it can harden into tartar. When shopping for toothpaste there are… Read more »

Top 3 Remedies That Can Help Your Teething Baby

The entire teething experience can be a tough one—for the baby and for you as a parent. During this stage of growth, the baby’s primary teeth grow into the mouth, which is a very painful and uncomfortable experience. So, it’s normal for your baby to be fussy, irritable, and restless. To help you provide the… Read more »

How to Bridge the Gap in Your Smile

It’s important to replace your missing teeth. If you don’t, your smile will be prone to many other problems and complications, like misaligned teeth, improper tooth movements, tooth decay, and gum disease. However, we understand that choosing to replace your missing teeth could be an overwhelming decision to make, which is why we are happy… Read more »