3 Fruits That Your Teeth Love

One of the most refreshing things about summertime is all the delicious and nutritious seasonal fruits. During your next trip to pick up fresh produce, consider choosing these three fruits that offer exceptional oral health benefits- on top of being tasty! While they are great staples to have on hand, they can be perfect additions…

Oral Health & COVID-19

COVID-19 has made many changes to our everyday life. We know that there is a lot of uncertainty during this time, and we are all concerned about our health. Luckily, there are several ways that we can take charge and help protect ourselves from sickness.   WASH YOUR HANDS We know it is extremely important…

COVID-19

Our staff is here for you during COVID-19. We are still unable to see elective patients and are only treating a small list of emergent services, as directed by the Department of Health. You may still reach us by phone to schedule an emergent appointment, or to seek advice. We look forward to once again…

Spring Cleaning: Don’t forget about your teeth!

With spring officially beginning on March 20, you are most likely getting in the mood for deep cleaning. When you are making your spring cleaning list, do not leave out your teeth! This is a great time to schedule the entire family for their bi-yearly cleanings, especially with the kids being out for Spring Break….

Dental Bridge, a solution for missing teeth.

Fixed and Removable Bridges Having a complete, natural-looking smile contributes to healthy self-esteem and is essential to your comfort and confidence while performing everyday tasks like eating, speaking, and smiling. If you are missing one or more teeth, your dentist may recommend a dental bridge or tooth bridge as an esthetic solution. This solution also…

New Smile Resolution

New Smile New Year Resolution It’s a new year and new decade – and for the dental-minded, that symbolizes another opportunity to take better care of our teeth! We want to challenge you all with just one challenge that will significantly improve your dental health: make your New Year’s Resolution flossing daily. Here are some…

Why you should consider dental sealants.

Even when done properly, home brushing and flossing may not be enough. It can be difficult for your toothbrush to get at hard-to-reach places in your mouth. These areas can develop tooth decay if left unattended. That is why our doctors recommend dental sealants. Dental sealants are a tooth-colored acrylic “coating” that is painted onto…

The “tooth” about Root Canals.

Nobody looks forward to root canal treatment; in fact, many people would rather risk their good oral health than agree to the procedure. Unfortunately, this reaction is often related to a negative experience with a root canal that someone had decades ago. However, everything about dentistry, from comfort to technology and techniques, has improved dramatically…

What is TMJ ?

You may not think about your temporomandibular joints (TMJ) much, but you use them a lot. The joints connect your jawbone to your skull. Your TMJ springs into action each time you talk, chew and swallow. TMJ disorders occur when something goes wrong with your jaw joints and jaw muscles. Oftentimes, this happens because of a jaw injury,…

Unwrapping the truth on CANDY

By now, you’ve probably heard that candy is bad for your teeth. If you haven’t, we envy the way you coolly and unapologetically eat a Snicker’s bar. As dentists, we can’t do that. We know exactly what happens once we put that yummy candy bar in our mouth. What happens when you eat that piece…